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2 Introduction This is a guide to the client, Outlook Express, version 6 ( The version number is given on the splash screen, and on the About Microsoft Outlook Express message window, which is on the Help menu ). It s probably more of a reference guide, than an introduction. There are a large number of configuration options for Outlook Express. In the Configuration section at the end of this document, there is a recommended set of options. To simplify this guide, it s assumed that your copy of Outlook Express has this configuration. Throughout this guide, there are keystroke alternatives to using the mouse. It s quite 2
3 straightforward to use Outlook Express without any use of a mouse. In particular, the shortcuts for moving around the window can be very useful when using a screen magnifier. Instead of having to scroll around, hunting for another part of the window, you can type in a shortcut to move there, and the screen magnifier will move as well. 3
4 Main Window The components of the window Menu bar Toolbar Folder bar Folders list Messages list Contacts list Status bar 4
5 The components of the main window are: Menu bar. Toolbar. Folder bar. This displays the name of the folder which is selected in the Folders list. It also provides some space between the toolbar and the lists below. Folders list. One folder is always selected, and the messages in this folder are displayed in the Messages list. This list of folders includes: Inbox. For incoming messages. Outbox. A waiting area for outgoing messages. 5
6 Sent Items. After you send a message, a copy in placed in this folder. Deleted Items. When you delete a message from a folder ( except this folder ), a copy is saved here, just in case you change your mind. Drafts. This contains messages either that you were working on when the computer crashes, or that you save from a new message window to send later. Messages list. This displays the messages in the folder which is selected in the Folders list. Unread messages are displayed in bold, and the icon on the left of the 6
7 sender is not an open envelope ( I think it s meant to be a piece of paper and an envelope ). If the message contains attachments, then there is a paperclip on the left of the sender. The messages are normally sorted by the date on which they received, with the most recent message at the top. However, they can be sorted by other fields, and in either ascending or descending order either click a field at the top of the Messages list, or use Sort By on the View menu. Contacts list. This displays the contacts in the address book. It is often easier to use this list, rather than the address book. 7
8 Status bar. This displays the both total number and the number of unread messages in the Messages list. Moving around the main window As for any window, to move to the menu bar press ALT, and to leave it, press ESC. You can move between the Folders list, Messages list, Contacts list, then back to the Folders list etc. by pressing TAB. You can move in the opposite direction between these lists by pressing SHIFT + TAB. You can move up and down any of the lists using the UP and DOWN ARROWS, HOME and END. 8
9 You can also use the first letter of an item in a list to quickly move to that item. For example, if you re in the Contacts list and you want to find the contact Ken Leckie, then press K one or more times until this contact is selected. Reading Receiving messages When you start Outlook Express, it downloads any new messages from your ISP ( If you have a dial-up connection, you will be prompted to connect to the internet ). 9
10 If you want to check for new messages at any other time, click Send and Receive on the toolbar ( or CTRL + M ). If you have a broadband connection, the program will automatically check for new messages every 5 minutes ( this time is set on the General page of the Options dialog see the Configuration section of this guide ). Opening a message 1. Select a folder in the Folders list ( this will often be the Inbox ). 2. Double click a message in the Messages list ( or select a message, 10
11 then press ENTER ). A message window opens. Viewing message window To adjust the text size, set the Text Size in the View menu. To print the message, select Print from the File menu ( or CTRL + P ). To open or save an attachment, see the following sections. To delete the message, press the Delete button on the toolbar, or select Delete Message from the File menu. To read another message, you don t have to go back to the main window: 11
12 To read the next message in the Messages list, press Next on the toolbar ( or CTRL + FULL STOP ). To read the previous message in the Messages list, press Previous on the toolbar ( or CTRL + COMMA ). To close the message window, press ESC. Opening an attachment In the message window: 1. Double click the attachment ( or press TAB a number of times until the attachment is selected, then press ENTER ) 2. In the Mail Attachment window, which checks whether you want to open the 12
13 file, click Open ( or press SHIFT + TAB, then ENTER ). If you get fed up with this window appearing, you can uncheck: Always ask before opening this type of file ( TAB to the checkbox, and press SPACEBAR ). Saving an attachment In the message window: 1. Right click the attachment, and select Save As from the menu. 2. A Save Attachment As dialog opens to let you select a folder and filename. 13
14 Sending Opening a new message window Choose one of the following: From a contact. Double click a contact in the Contacts list ( or select a contact and press ENTER ). A New Message window opens with the contact s address already in the To: field. Replying to an . In the main window. Select a message in the Messages list, and from the Message menu, select Repy to Sender ( or CTRL + R ). 14
15 In a reading message window. From the Message menu, select Reply to Sender ( or CTRL + R ). A New Message window opens, with the contact s address in the To: field, and Re: something in the Subject: field. New message from scratch. From the File menu, select New Mail Message ( or CTRL + N ). New Message window You can move between the To:, Cc:, Subject: and message fields using TAB. To move between these fields in the opposite direction, use SHIFT + TAB. 15
16 Adding an attachment. See the following section. To check the spelling, click Spelling on the toolbar ( or F7 ) To send the message, click Send on the toolbar, or Send Message on the File menu ( or ALT + S ). If you have a dial-up connection, you will be prompted to connect to the internet. To save the message in the Drafts folder, so you can send it later, click Save on the File menu ( or CTRL + S ). Adding an attachment In the New Message window: 16
17 1. From the Insert menu, select File Attachment. 2. The Insert Attachment window opens. Browse to the file you want to attach, and press ENTER. Contacts list Add sender to contacts list Right click on a message in the Messages list, and select Add Sender to Address Book. Add new contact 1. From the File menu, select New Contact. 17
18 2. The Properties window for the contact opens. Fill in the first and last names, the address ( and optionally the other fields ). 3. Press ENTER to OK the dialog box. Edit a contact 1. Right click a contact on the Contacts list, and select Properties ( or select the contact and press ALT + ENTER ). 2. The Properties window opens. Click on the Name tab ( or press CTRL + TAB ). The First and Last Names etc. can be edited in the usual manner. To edit the address, select the current address, press the 18
19 Edit button to the right, and then type in the new address. 3. Press Enter to OK the dialog box. 19
20 Housekeeping Deleting messages To delete a message in the main window, select the message in the Messages list, and press Delete. To delete a message in the viewing message window, press the Delete button in the toolbar or select Delete Message from the File menu. To move a message from the Deleted Items folder back to the Inbox: right click the message in the Messages list, and select Move to Folder. In the Move window which appears, select the Inbox, and press OK. 20
21 To delete messages completely, delete them in the Deleted Items folder. Configuration This is the recommended configuration for Outlook Express. The rest of this guide assumes that your copy of Outlook Express has this configuration. Main window layout In the Layout dialog which is on the View menu of the main window: In the Basic section, all the components should be checked apart from the Outlook Bar and the Views Bar. 21
22 In the Preview Pane section, the Show preview pane should be unchecked. Options dialog In the Options dialog which is on the Tools menu of the main window: General page In the General section, When starting, go directly to my Inbox folder set to checked. In the Send/Receive Messages section, Send and receive messages at startup set to checked. In the Send/Receive Messages section, Check for new messages every If you have a broadband 22
23 connection set to checked, and set the time to 5 minutes. For a dial-up connection set to unchecked. Send page In the Sending section, Save copy of sent messages in the Sent Items folder set to checked. In the Sending section, Send messages immediately set to checked. In the Sending section, Reply to messages using the format in which they were sent set to unchecked. In the Mail Sending Format section check the HTML radio button. Compose page 23
24 In the Compose Font section, the font size and font for mail is shown. The default values for these are 9pt Arial. To change these press the upper Font Settings button on the right hand side. In the Font window which appears, set the font size to one of these values: 14, 18, or 24, and press ENTER. ( There is a bug here you can set the font to a wide range of sizes in this dialog, but they are rounded to one of the above values in the New message window. ) Security page In the Virus Protection section, Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus set to unchecked. Leave this to your anti-virus program. 24
25 Connection page In the Dial-up section, Hang up after sending and receiving set to checked. Obviously, this only applies if you have a dial-up connection. Maintenance page. In the Cleaning Up Messages section, Empty messages from the Deleted Items folder on exit set to unchecked. 25
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