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By davegenovese ·
Hello everyone! I have a simple question. I have dsl and I am using outlook express to receive my dsl email. Can I have my other e-mail account (yahoo) forwarded to express??? Please let me know.

Thanks,
"D"

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by SyscoKid In reply to Forwarding E-Mail

Not sure about Yahoo specifically but you can have multiple email accouns in Outlook Express. Click on um, not sure, have OL2K here at work, I think Tools, then Accounts, then add. You will need to now the name of your account as well as the namesof Yahoo's POP and SMTP servers, but once you get that set up, you're all set..

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by Bill Cassada In reply to Forwarding E-Mail

Yes! Microsoft Article Q256151 tells you how step-by-step.

Email me if you can't locate it and I will send it to you.

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by dmiles In reply to Forwarding E-Mail

This may be a solution and that is to use the Import/Export wizard locatedin File Menu, in the drop down list,select the Import/Export,and proceed by following the onscreen instructions.

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by d4dar In reply to Forwarding E-Mail

Hello:

Go to the tools menu then accounts & click on the mail tab. Then you want to click add and then mail.

Then next screen will be a mini-wizard.
asking you for a display name,email addr, the mail server names, (for yahoo the incoming(POP3)is pop.mail.yahoo.com) and outgoing (SMTP) smtp.mail.yahoo.com), then your account name & password. then a friendly name (you can leave default) then finish.

Let me caution you - on the outgoing mail server, you will need to change that you whoever provides your DSL connection, otherwise you will get a "relaying denied" error msg.

Happy mailing
Dar

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