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How to Configure Outlook Express

How to Configure Outlook Express

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How to configure Outlook Express (POP / IMAP / SMTP / LDAP)?

Outlook Express is not the standard Sopra Group messaging client. Information supplied here is indicative (configuration for customer testing, etc...) ■ How to configure Outlook Express The procedure provided here applies to Outlook Express but the settings provided here are valid for other mail clients using POP3 / IMAP4 / SMTP. Warning: POP / IMAP / SMTP servers are not accessible from the Internet. The only Internet mail access is via https: / / parici.sopragroup.com or VPN. Outlook Express or other mail clients (POP / IMAP) are not supported by IT Support. By choosing POP3, the messages will be downloaded directly on the local workstation. By choosing IMAP4, messages will not be downloaded. IMAP4 behaves like webmail is a consultation of the mailbox, the messages remain on the mail server. To access the directory of staff, it is necessary to configure an LDAP Directory Service. ■ Account configuration On the first connection to Outlook Express it will launch a setup wizard. If this does not happen, go to the Tools menu and click Accounts, then change to the Mail tab (if a mail account already exists remove it). Click the Add button and then select Mail. The configuration wizard loads. - Enter your surname, then first name.

Enter your company email address, and then click Next. Choose the type of server POP3 or IMAP4. Enter the following settings into the correct fields: • Incoming mail : ptx.pop-imap.corp.sopra

corp.send. go to the “Securing the connection” section below.• Outgoing mail : ptx.sopra Type the user account and password (without specifying emeaad) Click the Next and then Close button • If POP3 was selected as the mail server. .

click NO. the wizard will prompt to configure the folders. and then go to the “Securing the connection” section below. then click the box “My server requires authentication”. Change to the Advanced tab then change the applicable settings: • • For Outgoing Mail (SMTP) check the option “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)” then change the port to: 587.• If IMAP4 was selected as the mail server. Change to the Servers tab. For Incoming Mail (POP3) check the option “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)” and . Select the recently created account and click the Properties button. The outgoing (SMTP) server requires authentication plus SSL is required to secure the SMTP/POP/IMAP connections. Securing the connection Before the client can connect you must enable the security settings. Go to the Tools menu and click Accounts.

verify the port changes to 995. • For Incoming Mail (IMAP) check the option “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)” and verify the port changes to 993. POP: IMAP: .

POP clients should now click the Send/Receive button to test the connection. IMAP clients should be prompted to view and configure a list of available folders.Press the OK button and then Close. click Yes. The list of available folders is displayed. .

dmsi.sopra.Select the folders you wish to access in your client (you can select several folders at once using the Ctrl key) then click the Show button.corp.ldap-ad. Click Next then Next followed by Finish. for example. Informing the first field with: Sopra Group Directory Check the box Login required. select Tools > Accounts > Add > Directory Service. The wizard loads. . In the Internet Directory Server (LDAP) field enter: ptx. Select Service Directory newly created and click Properties. And learn your username and password Outlook. LDAP Configuration To add an LDAP service (required to access the group’s address book).

click OK and close the window.DC=sopra.DC=msad.Click on the Advanced tab. . Make sure port 3268 is well informed and complete the search base with DC=emea.

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