Email Setup - Microsoft Outlook Express

In Outlook Express:

  • Click on Tools in the top toolbar and select Accounts from the menu (Fig. 1)
  • Click the Add button and select Mail (Fig. 2)

Fig. 1 - Tools Menu Fig. 2 - Accounts


Your Name

  • Type a name in the Display Name field. This is the name that will be displayed when you send someone an email - typical examples include your full name, or the name of your organisation.
  • Click Next

Fig. 3 - Your Name

Internet E-mail Address

  • Type your full hosted email address (ie. username@domain.com.au) in the E-mail Address field
  • Click Next


Fig. 4 - Internet E-mail Address


E-mail Server Names

  • Ensure the My incoming mail server is drop-down box is set to POP3
  • In the Incoming mail server field, type mail.domain.com.au
  • In the Outgoing mail server field, type mail.domain.com.au
  • Click Next

Fig. 5 - E-mail Server Names


Internet Mail Logon

  • Leave your username as it appears in the Account name field
  • In the Password field, type in the password associated with your email address
  • Click on Next
  • Click on Finish

Fig. 6 - Internet Mail Logon


Your MediaCloud email address is now configured in Outlook Express.

Please Note: If you do not know your password, please contact MediaCloud support on 1800 797 475 or email support@mediacloud.net.au

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