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First of all, don't forget to ask your sysadmin to setup autodiscover, as it will make the process of setting up Thunderbird much easier.

Outlook 2010:

Outlook 2007:

Go to Tools -> Account Settings and click on New

Click on Next

Enter the user's full name, his e-mail address and password. Click on Next

Outlook will search for the web service...

Allow autodiscover.emailarray.com/AutoDiscover/AutoDiscover.xml to configure the client.

The account is now configured. Click on Finish

Outlook 2003:

  • Access Tools -> E-Mail Accounts
  • The E-mail Accounts wizard will open
  • Select Add a new e-mail account and click on Next
  • Select IMAP (or POP, if you prefer) and click on Next
  • Setup Incoming and Outgoing mail server as per our servers & ports page (imap.emailarray.com and smtp.emailarray.com)
  • In the username field type in your full e-mail address
  • Click on the More Settings button and in the Outgoing Server tab, mark the checkbox for "My outgoing SMTP server requires authentication"
  • On the Advanced tab, check ports, for IMAP with SSL checkbox enabled, use port 995 and for SMTP with SSL, use 465
  • Click on OK to close configuration windows
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