Microsoft Outlook is an email client for the Windows operating system that is popular in both business and consumer markets. The Outlook email client uses email accounts that are set up within the program to allow users to send and receive email from those accounts. If you know the settings information for your email account, you can add it to Outlook 2003 and use the program to send and receive email through your email address.
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Open the Outlook 2003 email client program.
Click "Tools," select "Email Accounts," select "Add a new email account," and then click the "Next" button.
Choose the "POP3" option, click "Next," and then enter in your name, email address, password and server information for your email account.
Click the "Next" button, and then click the "Finish" button to finish adding the email account to Outlook.