Steps to Configure Outlook Express in Windows PC
Until 2005, Outlook Express was the email client used on the Internet Explorer browser. It’s discontinued since and Windows Mail came in as its replacement. What this means is that if you loved using Outlook Express, then Windows Mail is the perfect email/newsgroup client!
By default, Mail comes included in newer versions of Windows operating system, including Vista, Windows 8 and 8.1, as well as Windows 10. But, before you can use it, you are required to configure Mail properly.
The good news is that is something that won’t take too much of your time. All you need to do is follow these simple instructions provided by the Outlook support team:
- Step 1 – Open the Mail app (If you’re using Windows 10, simply type in “mail” in the search box on the left side of the taskbar)
- Step 2 – Choose what kind of account you want to add (Outlook, Google, Yahoo! Mail, iCloud, or some other email account)
- Step 3 – Click Sign in and enter your login credentials
- Step 4 – Click Done and wait for the program to sync your data, after which you will be able to use Mail to send/receive emails, edit calendars, contacts, etc.
In 99 percent of the cases, the process of configuring Windows Mail should not be met with any problems. However, if something goes wrong, it might be a sign that something is not quite right with your computer. If you can’t configure Mail properly, there is probably a problem with the operating system. This can happen if you’re not using genuine software or if there are viruses on your computer.
Whatever the reason might be, you need to deal with the problem as soon as possible. Luckily, this is not something that requires too much of time. In fact, the problem can be fixed in just a couple of minutes if you ask experts to help you. That is why the best thing you can do is give a call to the Outlook technical support team by dialing our toll-free number 1-800-921-785.
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