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Important Points

  • These instructions assume your email account has already been setup and is collecting email correctly.
  • Take a note of any settings you change.
  • Only change the items specified - you should not need to change either your email address, POP3 server, POP3 username / password.
  • These instructions are only for Microsoft Outlook 2003 - for other email programs please see How To Setup inboxFX SMTP Server or contact us.
  • We have instructions for alternate port which is generally used if your ISP blocks the normal port 25 SMTP access (as most ISPs do these days!).

Step One

  • Load Microsoft Outlook 2003
  • From the main screen open the the 'Tools' menu and then select 'E-mail Accounts...'

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Step Two

  • Select 'View or change existing e-mail accounts'
  • Click the 'Next >' button


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Step Three

  • Click on the email account to modify - this will cause it to become highlighted
  • Click on the 'Change...' button

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Step Four

  • Change the 'Outgoing mail server (SMTP)' to the SMTP server we supplied with your signup email
  • Click the 'More Settings...' button

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Step Five

  • Click the 'Outgoing Server' tab

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Step Six

  • Tick 'My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication'
  • Select 'Log on using'
  • Enter the InboxFX SMTP username and password we supplied
  • IMPORTANT: 'ibfxusername' is an example - if if your inboxFX SMTP username was 'srfc1234' enter it as that and *not* as 'ibfxsrfc1234'
  • Tick the 'Remember password' option


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Step Seven

  • Click on the 'Advanced. tab
  • Change the 'Outgoing mail (SMTP)' port number to the alternate port (port 2525 is recommended)
  • 'Ok' button

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Step Eight

  • Click the 'Next >' button then the 'Finish' button


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Step Nine

  • You should now be back to the main Outlook 2003 screen
  • Close Outlook 2003 and then reload
  • Check you are online then test to ensure you can send mail correctly
  • All done!