Receiving Netscape Mail In Outlook

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RonB21

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Can anyone assist me with setting up my Outlook so that I can get my
email all in one place. I have it in my profile though it always tells
me cannot connect to server.

Thanks
 
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Hi RonB21,
Try going to tools, services, then click on internet mail, properties
Click the server tab and enter your incoming outgoing mail servers.
Example:
Incoming: mail.yourisp.com
Outgoing: mail.yourisp.com
Then enter your email address:
jsmith%yourisp.com
Then enter your password click apply then ok.
 

RonB21

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No Luck,

In Outlook 2002 you go to tools, email accounts, add new account
then you choose from the list, which I have been chosing IMAP.

Well it is not connecting to the server.

Since it Netscape, I chosing IMAP.

Setting things up from there.

Incoming:imap.mail.netscape.com
Outgoing: stmp.netscape.com

Password everything.

Thanks,
 
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Ron
My mistake..In that case I'm not nearly as sure but I still <b>think</b> you can't retrieve Netscape Webmail..
 
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I'd try sending NetScape an email. When I wanted to set NS up in my OE accounts I mailed them. They responded that they don't support POP3 anymore.

Perhaps they'll respond to your question.
 
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RonB21
A Google search in Microsoft.public.outlook.general says it can't be done..... I just glanced at first couple pages of 12500 hits.... See Google search
 

RonB21

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Thanks,

I've been searching MS Knowledge base not much there either.
I wish there was though I hate going to all the different account to get my mail.
 
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