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Friday, December 17, 2010

Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 configuration settings

This depends upon how you setup your ISP settings within Outlook 2010. Then also do remember to send yourself the test message that's displayed within Outlook 2010 prior to completing your Outlook 2010 E-mail account configuration settings within Outlook 2010 for the first time, as this is to check that everything you've input into Outlook 2010 for your e-mail account settings, that these are perfectly correct for e-mailing usage with Outlook 2010!

If the Outlook 2010 test message does complete correctly, then all is okay! If these settings are not done correctly, you'll experience both e-mail sending & receiving problems - by presenting you with some sort of an ISP pop3/IMAP failure which means that you have an e-mail settings issue! - Then phone up your ISP for help!

Should you not be able to either send/receive & download any e-mail or to easily fix it, then, consider doing virus testing upon your computer for some sort of possible viruses! - Make sure to use very well-known organizations for your chosen virus scanners! - This is due to some possible phony companies out there, whom were recently mentioned about upon either Fox/Sky News, who would claim to supply a genuine virus scanner by presenting you with pop-ups in order to use them, but when you use them they do place viruses on to your computer, and then they would clean out all your bank accounts! Here are some of the top organizations for usage:> Panda Security provide Panda Global Protection 2011 - (use Panda Security's provided/supplied current & valid year & onwards), Symantec provide Norton 360 v4.0, McAfee provide McAfee 3-User Total Protection. You can also use either bing/Google to search for either "Windows 7: Consumer security software providers", or search for "Windows Vista: Consumer security software providers" from within Microsoft/MSN home pages, and there you will be presented with all the top Malware organizations, which are listed there by the Microsoft partners! Should any of those top given organizations, not be fully compatible/suitable with your computer system, or even if any of these fail for some reasons or another, then try using "Microsoft Security Essentials" - as it's free!

NB:> Once Outlook 2010 has been fully installed, should either sending / receiving all e-mail fail, then the need has arisen to re-test out your Outlook 2010 e-mail configuration settings once again. You can send yourself anther “Microsoft Outlook Test Message” from within the Outlook 2010 e-mail configuration settings, by clicking upon “Test Account Settings”, to check if the “Microsoft Outlook Test Message” shortly returns with either a success/failure message. This is to check all those details/settings are perfectly correct for e-mailing usage with Outlook 2010! – Should the test message returns with a success message, then all is okay. If the test message returns with a failure message, then call your ISP support quickly for help!

Microsoft Outlook 2010 maximum default size for e-mail attachments = 20MB. This 20MB default size can be increased up to any suitable given size. Gmail/Sky has a set maximum size of 25MB for e-mail attachments = 25028 Kilobytes, as these ISP’s don’t allow large e-mail attachments over 25MB to be sent out. For info on how to increase the Microsoft Outlook 2010 maximum default for e-mail attachment size, you'll need to use the Microsoft Help/Support sites for help with regards to this matter.

How to set the new MaximumAttachmentSize of 25MB within the Regedit! – (For this info, go to the following Microsoft Help/Support) site or search for "Attachment size exceeds the allowable limit" error when you add a large attachment to an email message in Outlook 2010, either by using "bing" or by using "Google" et cetera!

Please open up Outlook 2010 and select File then select Account Settings, then double click upon either your name or your e-mail account in there to open it up, and then do make sure that the "Require login using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)" within the "Internet E-mail and Account Settings" is not checked & is unchecked as the checkbox must be left not filled-in or ticked at all in that section of the e-mail configuration settings when using Outlook 2010. If you select this option, your e-mail will surely fail.

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