Godaddy Email and Microsoft Outlook Email is both different behavior but if you will attach them to each one then it will be very user-friendly email service for you. because Faster email processing is done by MS Outlook and the user can read email without internet connection through outlook.

MS Outlook also provides email attachment reminder facility. Microsoft Outlook is a part of the Microsoft Office Suite and it’s also available for individual use. if you are using MS Office 2017 then you can use it also with GoDaddy email.

When you forgot to add or insert an attachment outlook remind you. MS Outlook also provides “Social Connector” function that makes platform very professional. MS Outlook provides a facility that set up your email in outlook. Outlook setup tool provides a service that automatically setup your email in outlook 2007.

GoDaddy email address matches your website domain that helps you stay on customers minds and it also helps for promoting your business. You can easily remind your email address and it looks like professional.

You can store, read your email in MS Outlook. The best advantage of GoDaddy email Service is that its advertise your website and your company. You encourage customers to visit your website by giving your domain name.

Go daddy Email Services looks very professional than Gmail, Yahoo or other mail providers. Godaddy Email plans work flawlessly with email software MS Outlook. For manual Configure GoDaddy email in outlook 2007, there are few steps.

Configure GoDaddy Email in Outlook 2007

1- First Open Outlook 2007.

2- If you have started the first-time outlook and previously not set up an account, then outlook automatically prompted to set up a new account and then email account wizard will be opened.

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->Click Next

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->Select Yes, and Click Next.

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-> Now Setup Your Account Information-( Your Name, Email Address, Password), check on “Manually configure server setting or additional server types”. and click Next.

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-> Make Sure, Choose Email Service, and Click Next

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->You have two options depending on the type of connection you want to use, and both are available from Go Daddy at the Internet Account Settings, but for this example, we will be creating a connection that uses SSL encryption.

Outgoing Server tab check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” then ensure the “Use Same Settings” option is selected, and click Next.

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-> You have successfully entered all the information. Click Finish

3. If you’ve already set up an email address Outlook 2007, you’ll see screen like-

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Follow the instruction, if an email is already set up…

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-> Now click on Tool menu and then click on the Account Setting option.

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-> On the email tab of the option click on the new button to start to Add new email account wizard.

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-> After completing the second step click on “Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP” option, and then click on Next.

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-> Enter Your name, email, and password. After that check the “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” then click on next button, you have to not do any settings here.

-> After that ensure the “Internet-Email” option is selected and then click on next button.

 

-> On the Advanced tab on the Internet Email settings wizard fills the following settings:

  • Incoming Server (POP3): 995
  • This server requires an encrypted connection: Yes
  • Outgoing Server (SMTP): 465

Check Few Points:

  • After filling all information click on Ok button to accept all changes in this wizard.
  • Then you will return to the Add New Email Account wizard and then click on Test Account Settings button to verify all settings.
  • After all, are working correctly click on Next button on Add New Email Account Wizard and then click on Finish button.

For testing purpose just send yourself email message from your webinar. You can also test your outgoing server settings. Thanks for Reading. If you any doubt then you can comment on the inbox and you can ask your question.

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