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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Managing Email Accounts

As we discussed in Chapter 22, Outlook makes it easy for you to configure your default email account the first time you run Outlook. You can also add or delete email accounts as needed (you aren’t stuck with a single email address or the email address you first configured on Outlook). You can also change the configuration settings for any existing email accounts. Outlook supports four types of email accounts:

Microsoft Exchange Server (or compatible service): This type of account makes Outlook an Exchange Server client; mailboxes and other resources, such as shared public folders, are managed on the Exchange Server on your network. Your network system administrator likely will configure this or provide you with the settings ...

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