RE: Outlook Express and Hotmail accounts

Try the "blind programming" board/forum 




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-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Gezim Rexha
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 6:40 AM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Outlook Express and Hotmail accounts

Yes, and I I already appologized from the very beginning for raising this
off-topic issue; however, I would appreciate if someone would write to me
off list.

REgards,
Gezim


----- Original Message -----
From: "Allan" <allanwkf@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 11:04 AM
Subject: Outlook Express and Hotmail accounts


> hi friends,
> can this topic you people discuss off the list? i don't see there is any 
> jaws related. sorry for making this request.
>
> Regards,
> Allan Wong
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Gezim Rexha" <gezimr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 16:10
> Subject: Re: Outlook Express and Hotmail accounts
>
>
> Hello again,
>
> These steps have been clear to me, but nevertheless, I continue 
> experiencing that problem. However, as I said, it is not happening
> in my office computer but only in the personal one. Any guess of what the 
> problem could be in my case?
>
> Also, I would appreciate if anyone could tell me why am I recently having 
> the problem of sending a document as an attachment from my
> office computer. For instance, if I have just translated a Word document 
> and if I want to send it as attachment, I get a message
> somehow like 'no profile has been created for Microsoft Outlook...'.
>
> Thanks again.
>
> Gezim
>  ----- Original Message ----- 
>  From: Alan Clendinen
>  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>  Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 7:20 PM
>  Subject: re: Outlook Express and Hotmail accounts
>
>
>  Jim,
>
>  Sure thing. Here are step-by-step instructions. As long as your hotmail 
> account was established prior to the policy change (I
> think it occurred  about 3 years ago) you should be able to access your 
> hotmail account through Outlook Express.
>
>  Setting up Outlook Express for HotMail
>  1.  Go to the tools <alt + t> and then to accounts.
>  2)  You will be presented with a list view of all internet accounts
>  presently in Outlook Express.  <Tab> to the "add" button.
>  3.  Do not press <enter> on the button as you would in other 
> applications.
>  Hitting <enter> on this button simply closes the dialog
>  box.  Instead press the space bar on the add button.
>  4.  This will then bring up a list of options to choose from.  Choose the
>  first highlighted option "mail" and press <enter>.  This will start the
>  internet account wizard.
>  5.  You are first asked for the display name for the account.  You can 
> put
>  anything in this edit box you want.  But keep in mind that this name will
>  appear in the inboxes of anyone who receives mail from you.  After you 
> have
>  entered a name, <tab> to the "next" button and press <enter>.
>  6.  The next step is to add your email address for the new account.  If 
> you
>  already have a Hotmail account, leave the default check box checked and 
> then
>  tab to the edit field below.  This is where you will  enter your Hotmail
>  email account.  For example, I would enter "
>  debbiescales@xxxxxxxxxxx".
>  After you have
>  entered the address info, <tab> to the "next" button and press <enter>.
>  7.  You will now be asked for your incoming mail server.  In the case of
>  Hotmail the choice is "http".  this is the default setting.  Then tab to 
> the
>  http mail server combo box.  The default is Hotmail so you do not need to
>  change this either.  If you do want to change this, the only other choice

> is
>  "other" and I have not used that either.  After you have completed 
> entering
>  the information requested, <tab> to the "next" button and press <enter>.
>  8.  Now you will be presented with the account name and password dialog.
>  The account name is the first part of your Hotmail email address and is
>  usually already filled in for you.  for example, my account name is
>  "debbiescales". After filling in the account name field, <tab> to the
>  password
>  field and enter your Hotmail account password. there is also a checkbox
>  which will allow Outlook to remember your password.  The check box is
>  checked by default.  If you do not want Outlook to remember your 
> password,
>  uncheck the box.  Keep in mind that this will cause Outlook to ask you 
> for
>  your password every time you initially try to receive your Hotmail. 
> After
>  you enter it the first time, you will not be asked for it again while
>  Outlook Express is running.  Once you have decided that you do or do not
>  want the password stored, <tab> to the "secure password authentication"
>  check box.  This box is unchecked by default and I have left it that way.
>  You can change it to checked if you want.    Then <tab> to the "next" 
> button
>  and press <enter>.
>  9.  At last! you are done! if you have successfully entered all necessary
>  info, then  hit <enter> on the "finish" button and your Hotmail account 
> is
>  now ready to use.
>
>  Now there are a few other things you can do to use your account.  first,
>  make sure the hotmail account is highlighted by using the up and down 
> arrow
>  keys until it is highlighted.  Once there, <tab> to the "properties" 
> button
>  and press <enter>.  This brings up the properties dialog box and contains
>  fields for display name, email address, reply address and a few other
>  fields.  You may want to fill in the "reply address" field with your 
> Hotmail
>  email address.    Then you may want to check the "include this account 
> for
>  receiving and synchronizing" check box.  This will allow your Hotmail
>  account to be included every time Outlook checks for new mail.  After you
>  have finished here, <tab> to the "ok" button and press <enter>.  Then you
>  can clear the accounts list by typing <alt + F4> or <escape>.
>
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