Configuring Outlook 2000 for Microsoft Exchange Server

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TSS T ECHNICAL  D OCUMENT    Document Author:   Anastasia Whelchel Document ID:   Document Created:   4/30/04 Document Category:   MS Office Last Update:    8/3/05 Document Name:   Configuring Outlook 2000 for  Exchange Server C ONFIDENTIAL —F OR  I NTERNAL  U SE  ONLY Configuring Outlook 2000 for Microsoft Exchange Server 1. Right-click on the Outlook icon on your desktop, and select Properties . If there is not an Outlook icon on your desktop, click the Start button, and go to Control Panel , then double- click on Mail . You should see a screen like this one. Click the Add button. 2. Select “Microsoft Exchange Server” and click Next . Page 1 of 2 Technical Support Services at Dray Computer Center
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Unformatted text preview: 330.569.5313 [email protected] TSS T ECHNICAL D OCUMENT Document ID: Document Name: Configuring Outlook 2000 for Exchange Server C ONFIDENTIAL —F OR I NTERNAL U SE ONLY 3. Fill in the boxes as below; the Microsoft Exchange Server is hiramnetr (for faculty/staff), and the Mailbox is your HiramNet username. Click Next to continue. 4. Select No , and click Next . Click Finish on the next page, and your email account should be set up. Page 2 of 2 Technical Support Services at Dray Computer Center 330.569.5313 [email protected]..
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