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otuatail otuatail is offline Configure Outlook for AOL Windows 7 64bit Configure Outlook for AOL Office 2007
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Hi. I have had this working before. Not used for over a year. Seems to have stopped working. I deleted the account and tried to manualy configure it again. Here is the settings

Tools -> Account settings -> New -> Manualy

[x] Configre manual tick this next

(.) Internet email

Your name: Desmond
Email address: paulotuatail@aol.com
Account Type: IMAP
Incomming: imap.aol.com
Outgoing: smtp.aol.com
User Name: Same as email address ?
PWD: B***
[.] Remember password ???

[More settings]

Outgoing server tab
Check the box next to My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.


Also select the radio button next to Use same settings as my incoming mail server.


Advanced tab
Incoming server 143
Outgoing server 25
Leave drop downs to None
Test Account

Send test e-mail message: {Failed to connect]

Any help on this please.
P.S. This is Outlook 2007
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