I am trying to set up netscape e-mail in outlook and I am
going crazy, everything I do does not work. I am using
Netscape 7.1.
Can anyone run a senior citizen through this process in detail?

Rob Schneider

I'm assuming you mean using as your email service
provider. I took a quick look at their web site and don't see anything
about how they allow you use Outlook. It's a web based email service,
far as I can tell, and don't provide you direct access to their SMTP
server to send mail or their POP and/or IMAP server to get mail.
Outlook is intended for mail services where you get this direct access.
Perhaps you can look further on Netscape's web site to find out if
indeed there is documentation which gives you the details (server names)
to configured Outlook.

Hope this is useful to you. Let us know.


Diane Poremsky [MVP]

To add to this, while Outlook supports HTTP mail, it only works with
services that use WebDAV, which Netscape (and most others) do not - at this
time it only works with Hotmail/MSN.

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Author, Teach Yourself Outlook 2003 in 24 Hours
Coauthor, OneNote 2003 for Windows (Visual QuickStart Guide)
Author, Google and Other Search Engines (Visual QuickStart Guide)
Oct 7, 2011
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There are some websites that can help with setting up your account in netscape.Try these step:Open Netscape>click'Mail & Newsgroups' icon >'Add Account'>Dot on 'Email>account' and click 'Next'>Your 'Your Name':>Your 'Email Address':>'Next'>' POP'>Type in'Incoming Server':>Type in'Outgoing Server'>Click 'Next'>Congratulations!

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