How to Set Up AOL Email in Outlook 2010

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Outlook 2010 is an email client that is part of the Microsoft Office 2010 suite of applications. AOL Mail is a free email service offered by AOL. You can setup your Outlook 2010 application so that you can send and receive emails from your AOL account using Outlook 2010. You can add your AOL account to your Outlook 2010 application directly from Outlook's File menu.

  • Open Outlook 2010 on your computer by double-clicking the Outlook 2010 icon.

  • Select the "File" tab.

  • Select the "Add Account" option under the "Account Information" subsection.

  • Select the "Manually configure server settings" option.

  • Click "Internet Email," and then click the "Next" button.

  • Enter your name, AOL email address and your AOL password in the appropriate boxes.

  • Select "POP3" from the "Account Type" drop-down menu.

  • Enter your AOL email address and password under the "Logon Information" subsection. Place a check in the "Remember Password" box.

  • Click the "More Settings" option.

  • Select the "Outgoing Server" tab.

  • Place a check in the "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" box.

  • Select the "Advanced" tab.

  • Enter "587" in the "Outgoing Server (SMTP)" text box.

  • Click the "OK" button. Select next, and then click "Finish."

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