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Classic CompuServe accounts use e-mail addresses that end in @compuserve.com or @ csi.com. Classic CompuServe accounts function as POP3 accounts, so con guring them in Outlook 2007 is much the same as con guring other POP3 accounts. However, you need to understand that the logon password you use for your POP3 account is not necessarily the same as the password you use to connect to CompuServe. Your connection password is associated with your user ID, which takes the form nnnnn,nnnn for example, 76516,3403. Your POP3 password is associated with your CompuServe POP3 account name, which is the rst part of your CompuServe address (without the domain). In the address boyce_jim@csi.com, for example, boyce_jim is the user name. Although you can set the two passwords to be the same, they do not have to match. Before you can begin managing your CompuServe Classic e-mail account through Outlook 2007, you must set your POP3 password. You can do this only by connecting to CompuServe through the CompuServe software. Click Go, type POPMAIL as the destination, and press Enter to access the POPMAIL area, where you can set your POP3 password.
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For details on con guring POP3 accounts, see Using Internet POP3 E-Mail Accounts, earlier in this chapter.
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After you set the password, create a POP3 account in Outlook 2007 using the settings described in the following list:
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Your Name Specify your name as you want it to appear in the From box of
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E-Mail Address Enter your CompuServe e-mail address in the form <user>@ compuserve.com or <user>@csi.com, where <user> is your user account number 7
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in dotted format or your POP3 alias. The compuserve.com and csi.com domains are synonymous you should be able to use either one.
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Incoming Mail Server Enter pop.compuserve.com as the incoming mail server. Outgoing Mail Server Enter smtp.compuserve.com as the outgoing mail server if you dial a CompuServe access number, or specify the SMTP server name for your local ISP account or for a server on your network that allows mail relay from your computer. To reduce spamming, the smtp.compuserve.com server does not support mail relay from outside the CompuServe network. User Name Specify your CompuServe account. Password Specify the password for your CompuServe account. Log On Using Secure Password Authentication (SPA) Do not select this option
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(leave it cleared). Con gure the remaining settings as you would for any other POP3 account.
Note
If you use CompuServe only for e-mail, you might not have the CompuServe software installed on your system. You can t use CompuServe 2000 software to con gure your POP3 e-mail password because CompuServe Classic and CompuServe 2000 are separate services. You can download the necessary software from ftp.csi.com/software/windows/ cs402/without_ie/cs495bn.exe. The download is nearly 18 MB, however, so be prepared for a long download if you connect through dial-up.
Con guring Outlook for CompuServe 2000 Accounts
CompuServe 2000 accounts use addresses that end in @cs.com and use IMAP instead of POP3. Con gure an Outlook 2007 account for CompuServe 2000 by using the following settings in the E-Mail Accounts Wizard when you create the account:
Your Name Specify your name as you want it to appear in the From box of
messages you send.
E-Mail Address Enter your CompuServe e-mail address in the form <user>@cs.com, where <user> is your user account screen name. Incoming Mail Server Enter imap.cs.com as the incoming mail server. Outgoing Mail Server Enter smtp.cs.com as the outgoing mail server if you dial a CompuServe access number, or specify the SMTP server name for your local ISP account or for a server on your network that allows mail relay from your computer. To reduce spamming, the smtp.compuserve.com server does not support mail relay from outside the CompuServe network.
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Using Internet Mail Accounts
User Name Specify your CompuServe account. Password Specify the password for your CompuServe account. 7
Con gure the remaining settings as you would for any other IMAP account.
Using Hotmail and Other HTTP-Based Services
Because Outlook 2007 supports the HTTP protocol, you can access your HTTP-based mail services (such as Hotmail) through Outlook 2007 instead of using a Web browser to send and receive messages. Using Outlook 2007 gives you the ability to compose and reply to messages of ine, potentially saving you connect charges if you use metered Internet access. HTTP-based mail support also gives you the advantages of Outlook 2007 composition, ltering, and other features that you might not otherwise have when managing your mail with a Web browser. The following section explains how to set up an account in Outlook 2007 to process your Hotmail account. You can use the same information for almost any HTTP-based account, changing the settings as needed to point to the appropriate URL for the server. Although the following assumes that you re setting up the account for Hotmail, it also provides additional information on con guring other HTTP-based accounts.
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