Microsoft Outlook 2007 provides a single, integrated solution for organising and managing your digital communication tools such as e-mail and instant messaging, along with all your day-to-day information--from calendars and contacts to task lists and notes. Outlook controls the deluge of e-mail, appointments, and contacts, helping you manage your time and tasks more effectively, while making it easier to synthesise information and share it with others.
Finding and Setting Your Preferences
Open Outlook 2007 and click on the "Tools" menu item and then click on "Account Settings..."
Click on "New.." to add the details of your new email account.
Ensure "Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMPA, or HTTP" email is selected.
Add your name, email address and password.
Select "Manually configure server settings or additional server types", then click on "Next"
Complete the form with the details provided by The Property Jungle. Use the Incoming mail server:" and details that The Property Jungle provide, together with your "Username" and "Password".
Click on "More Settings", then "Outgoing Server". Ensure that the tick box "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication"and radio button "Use same settings as my incoming mail server" are ticked. Then press "OK" to return to the above screen.
Click the Test account settings…" If you have done this all correctly two green ticks will tell you so and you are ready to use your email account.