Tips For Using Outlook 2003 With Your Email

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Microsoft Outlook provides various functions for the users apart from sending and receiving emails. It provides the provision to view and access your third party emails through Outlook but in order to achieve this, you need to add an email account by using the settings that are described below. Setting up an email account in Microsoft is easy. Before getting started, you need to have a basic idea about the IMAP or POP3 Email Server Settings and its corresponding ports. Well, given below are some easy instructions from the Outlook tech support team to use Microsoft Outlook 2003 with your email.


  • Start the process by opening Microsoft Outlook application. When it is opens, you need to click the option called Email Accounts from the Tools menu.
  • Now, you need to select the option Add a new e-mail account from the Email Accounts wizard window followed by clicking the button called Next.
  • Select POP3 or IMAP for the server types and after that, click the Next button.
  • In the Internet Email Settings window, you need to enter some details in the appropriate fields followed by clicking the option called More Settings.
  • Select My outgoing server requires authentication from the tab called Outgoing server.
  • Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server, if you did not change the SMTP relay section. You need to select Log on using and type the user name and its password in case you changed the user name and password in the SMTP relay section seen in the page called Manage Email Accounts.
  • Next set the below given information in the tab called Advanced.

For incoming server port,

  • IMAP with SSL – 993

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  • IMAP without SSL – 143
  • POP without SSL – 110
  • POP with SSL – 995

For outgoing server port,

  • Without SSL- 25, 80, or 3535
  • with SSL- 465
  • Next, you need to click the button called OK.
  • After that, click the button called Next and conclude the process by clicking the Finish button.

The above said instructions from the Outlook tech support team will help you to use Microsoft Outlook 2003 with your email. If you need further information regarding this, contact our Microsoft support number. They will be able to provide you with sufficient answers for all your questions and doubts related to Microsoft Outlook.

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Removing Toolbars From Various Internet Browsers

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Toolbars are browser add-ons designed to make your internet use convenient. Different add-ons take you to different services offered by the developers or other programs. You can customize the toolbars by adding more programs and shortcuts to it.

Even though toolbars have a wide range of features, many people hate toolbars as they make their internet browsers slow. In such situations, you may uninstall the toolbar manually or using programs like a toolbar remover. Toolbars can be removed in a few simple steps. However, some toolbars still show up on the browsers and are not removed easily. In such cases, you may make use of a toolbar remover program. In this post, we will find out how to delete toolbars from Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome browsers.

From Google Chrome

  • Launch Google Chrome and click the icon found at the right top corner.
  • Choose Settings from the menu and go to the option Extensions.
  • Remove the check mark found next to the toolbar that you wish to remove.
  • Restart the browser.

From Internet Explorer

  • Launch Internet Explorer and choose the option Tools from the menu bar.
  • Click Manage Add-ons.
  • Select the option Toolbars and Extensions.
  • The right pane of the window shows different toolbars installed in the browser. Select the one that you no longer need and click the button Disable.
  • Select the button Close.
  • Restart Internet Explorer.

From Mozilla Firefox

  • Launch Mozilla Firefox.

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  • Press the keys Ctrl, Shift and A together. This opens the window for Add-ons Manager as a new tab in the browser.
  • Choose the toolbar that you no longer wish to keep in the browser and click the button Remove.
  • If you wish to use the toolbar in the future, select the button Disable instead of Remove.
  • Close the window for Add-ons Manager.
  • Restart Firefox browser.

With the above steps, you can remove unwanted toolbars from the browser manually. If the above steps did not help you, try to remove the add-ons using a toolbar remover program. There are many toolbar removal programs. Download a program after doing enough research and going through reviews. A toolbar removal program will list you all add-ons in its interface and all you need to do is select the toolbar and choose the remove/uninstall button. For further assistance on toolbars, you may contact our technical support team for assistance.

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How To Verify Or Edit Permission Levels Of Outlook Folders?

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What do you do usually to send an email? You launch your web browser, load the login page of your favourite email account, sign into your account, compose a mail and then send to the concerned recipient. Clearly, this process seems to be pretty long and tedious. You can make the process simple by using a Microsoft Email Client application. If you have installed Outlook in your PC and configured it with an email account, you can directly send emails from the desktop. According to Outlook tech support centre, Outlook gives a more brilliant and efficient solution to emailing.

Verify permission to Outlook folders

If you have access to all your Outlook folders, you can make the emailing even simpler and more interesting. How to check the permission to a specific Outlook folder? It is not that difficult. You can do it instantly after launching your Outlook application. Follow the instructions given below for the same.


  • Launch Outlook by double-clicking the Outlook desktop short cut. If you haven’t created a desktop shortcut, go to the Start menu and choose All Programs. Select Microsoft Office followed by Outlook.
  • Once Outlook is loaded, navigate to the folder that you want to check permissions for. You can locate the Outlook folders on the left side of the window along with the Outbox and Inbox.
  • Select the specific folder from the folders list. When the folder is selected, a group of buttons will appear below. Locate Folder Permissions button in the group.
  • Now, Outlook will display a folder containing a list of folder permissions that users can choose from. The permissions include the ones that you can choose on the PC and in the internet network. If necessary, you can view and verify the permissions each folder currently enjoys.

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  • Before you can modify the permission for a specific folder, you are supposed to specify the user to whom the folder belongs to. Click the name of the user before you proceed.
  • Now, open the permission level screen by selecting the Add button.
  • Select the permission level you wish to set for the folder from the resulting context menu which lies close to the Permission Level option.
  • Save the changes you have made in the Outlook settings by clicking the Apply button followed by OK.

You have successfully verified and modified the permission level of your Outlook folders. For any related concerns, feel free to contact our Outlook tech support desk.

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Procedure To Encrypt Messages In Outlook 2013

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If you go back to those days when radio technology was popularly used, people used to encode “secret” messages via audio messages. What Outlook 2013 does now is something much similar to that old style, but with the help of an “Encryption” feature, and the decoder is in-built right in your Microsoft Outlook app.

When an email is encrypted in Outlook 2013, the latest Microsoft Outlook version, it happens in such a way that only the intended recipient will be able to successfully read the message. In the encryption process, your system actually scrambles the content of your message. Let us look at the feature in brief.

Message encryption in Outlook 2013

Both the sender of the encrypted message and the intended recipient of your encrypted message should have a digital certificate to use this encryption feature. Another thing to note is that the person, to whom you are sending the encrypted message, should have sent you at least one message with a digital signature. This helps Microsoft Outlook to recognize the person as trustworthy.

Outlook can be too thorough when it comes to treating encrypted messages. Even the most trusted person cannot send you an encrypted email unless you have sent him/her your digital signature first. Therefore, that is obligatory to use the encryption feature in Outlook 2013.

Outlook tech support team offers step-by-step instructions to send an encrypted message to someone who meets with all the requirements. Here is how to do that.

Steps to follow

  • While composing a message, select the Options tab located at the top of the message screen. Thereafter, click on the arrow next to More Options. This will open up the Properties dialog box.

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  • Click on the Security Settings button on the pop-up box to view Security Properties.
  • Next, select Encrypt Message Contents and Attachments check box and then click on the OK button. This will open up The Signing Data with Your Private Exchange Key dialog box.
  • Click on the Close button to finish the encryption process. Your message will be successfully encrypted now.

This is an excellent feature that ensures secrecy of your email messages. However, it is slightly inconvenient for messages that are not serious. Yet at the same time, for messages that are to be treated with the utmost seriousness and secrecy, you can count on this encryption feature in Microsoft Outlook 2013.

If you work in a big corporation or a multinational company, your network sends the message to you as an attachment with some warning message that reads Encrypted message cannot be scanned for viruses. Get in touch with our Outlook tech support team to resolve such issues.

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