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Part II: Sending and Receiving E-mail an... > Sending and Receiving E-mail with In...

Chapter 3. Sending and Receiving E-mail with Internet Mail Only Outlook

by Gordon Padwick

In this chapter

Installing the TCP/IP Protocol

Setting up Dial-up Networking

Creating an Internet Account

Saving Messages

Selecting a Message Format and E-mail Editor

Creating a Message

Saving a Message Draft

Sending a Message

Receiving Internet E-mail

Deleting Messages and Other Outlook Items

Troubleshooting: Repairing Your Personal Folders File

The material covered in this chapter applies specifically to IMO Outlook (page 53). If you're using C/W Outlook, refer to Chapter 6, "Sending and Receiving Internet E-mail with Corporate/Workgroup Outlook," for information about sending and receiving Internet e-mail.

If you have an Internet e-mail account with an Internet service provider (ISP) you can use Outlook to exchange e-mail messages with anyone who also has an Internet e-mail account. You can also use Outlook to exchange e-mail messages by way of an intranet that uses Internet protocols. Outlook sends messages to your mail server, which routes those messages to recipients' mail servers. Messages addressed to you are delivered to your mail server, from which you can retrieve them.

Outlook saves copies of messages you send in the Sent Items folder within your Personal Folders file. Outlook saves messages you receive in the Inbox folder within your Personal Folders file.

Note

The folders (page 18) named in the preceding paragraph are the folders that Outlook uses by default. You can set up Outlook to save copies of messages you send in folders other than Sent Items, and to save messages you receive in folders other than Inbox.



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