2 OUTLOOKOutlook Express is a news and client included with 4.0 through 6.0 versions of Internet Explorer.It is compatible with both IMAP as well as POP3 and contains an in-built newsreader.Though it sounds similar to the Microsoft Office Outlook it doesn’t share the same codebase but uses a similar architectural philosophy.
3 ADVANTAGES OF OUTLOOK EXPRESS With the help of Outlook Express, you can download, read and reply to your mails offline.From a single account, you can access and read all the mails and can even zero down the account through which you want to send a reply.You can also have different users and can hence use Outlook express for a public setting such as a library or a laboratory.
4 IMPLEMENTING OUTLOOK EXPRESS Start the Outlook Express and then click Accounts from the Tools menu, a window will open up, click Add and then click Mail to access the Internet Connection Wizard.In the Your Name page, enter your name as you want it to appear in your mail. Once done, click next.On the page of the Internet Address, enter your address. Once done, click next. Remember, this will be the mail account at which people will contact you or send a return mail.
5 IMPLEMENTING OUTLOOK EXPRESS Now, one the page of the Internet Mail Logon, enter the or username, which you generally use to access your service account.If you don’t want to type your password every time you use Outlook Express check the “Remember Password” box.Once done, click Finish. You are now done and ready to use Outlook Express