Setup Email in Outlook
Express in Windows
- Double click on the Outlook Express icon on
the Desktop. If you would like to connect to the Internet
now, click on the Connect button in the Connect To window,
otherwise click on Work Offline. If you have no Outlook Express
icon on the Desktop, look under Start/Programs or just off
the Start menu in Windows XP.
If no account
has been created before you may
see the Internet Connection Wizard
window. Skip to the Your Name step
if the Internet Connection Wizard
window appears after opening Outlook
Express. Otherwise continue with
the steps below:
- Click on Tools
- In the Internet Accounts
window click on the Mail
tab. If you see some email accounts
here you no longer need, you may
remove them by highlighting them
and clicking Remove.
Then click Add and then Mail.
Internet E-mail Address:
- In the Display Name
box enter your name. This name will
appear on all e-mail messages sent.
This is not your email address -
usually it's your Full Name.
- Click Next.
E-mail Server Names:
- In the E-mail address box enter your Nationwide
- Click on Next.
Internet Mail Logon:
- For Incoming Mail (POP3) this is usually mail.nationwideinc.com,
unless you were given an alternate server such as mail.netrus.net.
- For Outgoing Mail (SMTP)
if you are dialing into one of our southeast Florida numbers,
this is usually mail.nationwideinc.com, unless
you were given an alternate outgoing server such as mail.netrus.net.
If on one of our National Dialup plans, use smtp.safepages.com.
If you use us for email, but connect to the internet through
another provider, you must use their outgoing mail
server (for instance, mail.bellsouth.net if you use Bellsouth
- Click on Next.
- For Account name, the first part of your email
should already be entered in here (do not include the @nationwideinc.com
part). In the Password box enter the password for your account.
- Then click on Next.
- Click on Finish
and then click on Close from
the Internet Accounts window. Outlook
Express is now set up to send and