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Outlook 2003

Last Updated: Feb 16, 2019 07:37AM UTC

Step 1: Open Microsoft Outlook 2003 on your computer.

If this is the first time you have opened Outlook 2003 since installation, a window will immediately pop up asking you to setup your email account. Click “yes” to proceed.

If this is not the first time you have opened Outlook 2003, a setup window will not appear.

To access the setup process, click on “Tools” and select “Email Accounts”


Step 2: The “Email Accounts” wizard will open -

Select “Add a new email account”

Click “Next”


Step 3: A new window will open to select the “Server Type” -

Select “IMAP”

Click “Next”


Step 4: A new window will open to setup your “Internet Email Settings” -

Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it displayed to people in your emails

Email Address: Enter the business email address that you are trying to connect to Outlook e.g. you@yourdomain.com 

Logon Information:
Username: This is the same business email address that you are trying to connect to Outlook from before, e.g. you@yourdomain.com

Password: This is the password that you created when you set up your business email address.

Server Information:
Incoming: mail.gandi.net
Outgoing: mail.gandi.net


Step 5: Click on “More Settings”


Step 6: Click on the “Outgoing Server” tab
Click on the button that says “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”
Click on button that says “Log On Using” then:

Enter your Username and Password (this is the same information that you previously entered).

Username: This is the same business email address that you are trying to connect to Outlook from before, e.g. you@yourdomain.com

Password: This is the password that you created when you set up your business email address.

Once complete, click “OK”


Step 7: Click on the “Advanced” tab
Confirm that the “Server Port Numbers” are correct as per below -

Incoming Server: 993
Click on “This Server Requires an encrypted connection SSL”

Outgoing Server: 465
Click on “This Server Requires an encrypted connection SSL”

Once you have ensured that the port numbers are correct, click “OK”

This will take you back to the “IMAP” window. Click “Next”.


Your business email account should now be connected to Outlook, and you can start using your inbox immediately.

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