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-======How to configure Outlook 2010====== 
-In many ways, configuring Outlook 2010 is a similar to configuring [[outlook_2007|Outlook 2007]]. The biggest difference you are likely to notice is the new "​Ribbon"​ interface, in place of the traditional menu bar (File, Edit, View, etc.) 
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-=====Email===== 
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-=====SMTP Authentication===== 
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-If your VPOP3 requires SMTP authentication,​ to set it up with Outlook 2010's new ribbon interface, go to **File -> Info -> Account Settings** 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010ribbon1.png|}} 
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-Next, select your email account and press **Change...**. ​ 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010smtp1.png|}} 
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-Then, press the **More Settings...** button 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010smtp2.png|}} 
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-On the **Outgoing Server** tab, check **My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication** and **Use same settings as my incoming mail server** and press **OK** 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010smtp3.png|}} 
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-=====Address Book===== 
-To configure Outlook to use the VPOP3 global address book, go to **File -> Info -> Account Settings** 
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-Then choose the **Address Books** tab and press **New...** 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010addrbook1.png|}} 
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-Choose **Internet Directory Service (LDAP)** and press **Next** 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010addrbook2.png|}} 
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-In the **Server Name** box type the name or IP address of your VPOP3 computer. 
-By default, VPOP3 doesn'​t require you to log on 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010addrbook3.png|}} 
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-Press **More Settings...** 
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-In the **Connection** tab you can customise the display name if you want to make it easier to recognise - so you could call it '​VPOP3'​ or '​Internal address book' or something. Also, you can set the Port if this has been changed in VPOP3. Usually VPOP3 uses the default of **389** but if you are running VPOP3 on an Active Directory controller, it may have been changed to **1389**. 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010addrbook4.png|}} 
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-Go to the **Search** tab. You can set the **Enable Browsing** checkbox to make it easier to use (may not work on older versions of VPOP3) 
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-{{:​how_to:​outlook2010addrbook5.png|}} 
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-Press **OK**, then **Next**, then **Finish** and **Close** 
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-Now if you use the ribbon in Outlook to go to **Home -> Address Book**, you will be able to choose to see and search for names in the new directory service. 
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-If you go to **Tools** -> **Options** when viewing the address book in Outlook, you can tell it to search for names in the various address lists as you are typing them when sending mail. 
  
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