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Many other settings are available for end users, all of which can be configured through the available menus and dialog boxes. Familiarize yourself with all aspects of both Outlook and Outlook Express.
Practice: Test Outlook 2003 Account Settings
In this practice, you will test account settings in Outlook 2003. 1. Log on to Windows XP. 2. Open Outlook, select the Tools menu, and select E-Mail Accounts. 3. In the E-Mail Accounts Wizard, under E-Mail, click View Or Change Existing E-Mail Accounts. Click Next. 4. In the E-Mail Accounts dialog box, select the e-mail account to configure. Click Change. 5. Verify the values for User Information, Server Information, and Logon Information, and make changes as needed. 6. Click Test Settings to verify that the information is correct. 7. Click More Settings, and in the Internet E-Mail Settings dialog box, view the tabs and make changes as needed. Click OK when finished. Click Next and Finish to close the E-Mail Accounts Wizard.
Lesson 4
Troubleshooting Outlook
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Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. A user has recently set up an e-mail account in Outlook and is having trouble accessing his e-mail server. When he tries to send and receive in Outlook, he gets a dialog box that asks for his user name and password. No matter what he types in the box, it does not work. Why might Outlook be showing the user this dialog box What can you do to help the user
2. Match the interface problem on the left with the solution on the right.
1. Navigation pane is missing. 2. Reading Pane is missing or in the wrong area of the interface. 3. E-mails are arranged in the wrong order. 4. Missing Task pane, Standard toolbar, Advanced toolbar, or Web toolbar. A. Click Go, and click the item to display in the Navigation pane. B. Click View, and check Navigation Pane. C. Right-click the Menu bar, and select the missing item. D. Click Tools, click Options, and click the Other tab. Click Navigation Pane Options, and in the Navigation Pane Options dialog box, clear unwanted items. E. Click View; point to Arrange By; and choose Date, Conversation, From, To, Folder, Size, Subject, Type, Flag, Attachments, E-Mail Account, Importance, Categories, or Custom. F. Click View, point to Reading Pane, and click Right or Bottom.
5. Cannot view items in the Navigation pane, or the Navigation pane has changed.
6. Items in the Navigation pane are not needed.
Lesson Summary
Errors made while entering user names and passwords lead to errors retrieving messages. To resolve such problems, always double-check server names, user names, and passwords against what has been entered. Use Outlook s automatic testing features to make sure account information is entered correctly. The Outlook interface can be changed to reflect the needs and preferences of any user. For the most part, changes made to the interface are achieved by using the View menu options, by using the Go menu options, and by customizing the toolbars by using the Customize dialog box.
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Lesson 5: Resolving Common User Requests in Outlook
End users will eventually need help configuring other Outlook features in addition to setting up e-mail accounts, adding newsgroups, or troubleshooting connectivity.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Configure Outlook to leave a copy of e-mail on a server. Configure common composition options. Set up an Internet Accounts file.
Estimated lesson time: 15 minutes
Leaving a Copy of E-Mail on the Server
When users travel, they have an account on their laptop so that they can access e-mail while on the road. Creating this account is similar to creating any e-mail account except that the users need to be able to dial in to (or otherwise connect to) the e-mail server at their workplace. Sometimes a user dials directly in to a company server; other times a user accesses the server through his or her ISP. (You will learn to create accounts such as these in 8, Common Connectivity Problems. ) After the account is set up, you will need to configure Outlook to leave e-mail on the network server until the user returns to work to retrieve it and delete it permanently. If this is not set up properly, the user will have some e-mail messages on the laptop, some on the home computer, and some on the office computer. Keeping track of email using this type of system is inefficient. To configure a user s laptop so that Outlook will leave messages on the network server or ISP server until the user deletes them manually from his or her office computer, fol low these steps: 1. Click Tools, click Options, and click the Mail Setup tab. 2. Click E-Mail Accounts, and on the E-Mail Accounts page, click View Or Change Existing E-Mail Accounts, and click Next. 3. On the E-Mail Accounts page, select the e-mail account to configure, and click Change. 4. On the Internet E-Mail Settings page, click More Settings. 5. In the Internet E-Mail Settings dialog box, click the Advanced tab, shown in Figure 4-14. 6. Select the Leave A Copy Of Messages On The Server check box, and if applicable select the Remove From Server After ___ Days or the Remove From Server When Deleted From Deleted Items check box.
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