If you are a new user who recently created an email profile in Microsoft Outlook Express, you would like to know the ways of checking emails. Here is an Outlook Express support guide for you. The comprehensive instruction set will show you in various ways, including remote desktop connectivity, to access e-mails on a remote computer.
To check Outlook Express email, you must do Outlook Express and press the Send / Receive button. As soon as you do, all of your emails will begin downloading to your Inbox. If you do not see the Send / Receive button, click the Tools tab, and then select Send and Receive from the drop-down menu.
If you do not want to take over problems when you open the Send / Receive button or Outlook Express, you can easily copy emails to your Inbox.
To do this, click the Tools tab and select Options from the drop-down menu. When the Options dialog box opens, click the General tab (if not highlighted by default) and click the check box next to the check box. Check to see new messages per minute. To set the time, click this option on the drop down arrow. If you want to receive a notification when a new message arrives in your Inbox, select the next tone in the box when new messages arrive. If you want to make further changes, do so. Or press Apply, then OK to close the Settings dialog box.
If you are frequently away from your computer and want to check your emails from your location, you can do so by simply configuring some of Outlook Express's settings. To do so, you must turn Remote Desktop on your Windows XP computer. To enable this feature, you must log on to your computer as an administrator. You can not enable this service without administrator rights.
For Windows XP, click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. When in the Properties window, click the Remote tab and select the check box to allow users to remotely connect to this computer.
Before continuing, write down the full computer name under the full computer name. Make sure you have written it correctly. A spelling error may prevent you from connecting to your computer from another computer (remote). Also note the IP address. When you are done, press Apply and then OK to exit the Properties dialog box
If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, click Start, right-click Computer, and then click the Properties command. Click the Remote Settings link in the left pane. In the System Properties window, click the Remote tab. in the Remote Desktop heading, click the remote button Allow connections between computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure). Select the Computer Name tab and note the name of the computer. Then click Apply, and then click OK to exit the window.
If you do not know the IP address of your computer, check out additional tips (at the end of this article). When done, leave the computer on. Do not turn off your computer and disable your remote computer to connect. If you are in a different location from which you want to connect to your home PC for Outlook Express emails, do this. Click Start and go to All Programs> Accessories> Communications> Remote Desktop Connection. This is the same for Windows 7 and Vista.
When in the Remote Desktop Connection window, type the full name of the computer in the box next to Computer and press Connect. If an Option button appears, you can set up your home computer settings, bandwidth or programs, and so on. If you do not want to do this, simply click Connect and you are ready. When prompted, enter the login information, such as the password, to connect to your home computer and work in a virtual environment. Open Outlook Express and check your emails.
To access the computer's IP address, open the Start menu> All Programs> Accessories command from the command line. When the Command Prompt window appears, enter & # 39; ipconfig & # 39; (without quotation marks) and press Enter. You can see details such as Ethernet adapter Local Connection, IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, etc. Record the 000 000.00.00 format numbers next to the IP address.