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#1 toshibauser


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Posted 28 August 2006 - 04:48 PM

How do i determine what servers i use, i would like to set up Outlook Express, but how do i find out what the
pop3, imap, and smot servers are
i have a yahoo account i liked t ouse, and an aol one, if anyone knows where i can find out the servers, i would really like to know.

thxs in advance for any help

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Posted 28 August 2006 - 10:58 PM

You can usually find the correct addresses, as well as how to correctly set up an OExpress account, on the provider's Help pages (look under the FAQ section, or search for POP Email). Not all providers (especially with free accounts---Google mail is an exception) provide POP E-mail access, so read the instructions carefully to make sure they apply to the service you are getting.
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