How to Set Up Juno Email in Outlook. Many people like to use the functionality Microsoft Outlook provides for managing email accounts. You can set up Outlook to send and receive email from your Juno email account in just a few minutes.
Start your Outlook program by clicking (or double-clicking) the Outlook icon on your desktop or via the Windows "Start" menu. If you use a Mac, double-click the icon on your desktop or use "Finder."
Look at the tool bar at the top of the window, and click on the word "Tools."
Scan down the options, and click on "Email Accounts."
Set up a new account by clicking the circle next to "Add a new email account" and then clicking the "Next" button.
Select the type of email Juno uses by clicking the circle next to "POP3" and clicking the "Next" button to go to the next screen.
Add the name you want associated with the account in the white box for your name. You can use a nickname, your real name or your email address. Whatever name you put in this space is the name people will see when they receive messages from you.
Type your full Juno email address in the white box beside the words "Email Address."
Provide the "Server Information" for your Juno account. Select "POP3" in the drop-down menu beside "Incoming mail server" and type "pop.netzero.net" in the corresponding white box. Under "Outgoing mail (SMTP) server," type "smtp.netzero.net," and then click the "Next" button.
Enter your Juno account information for the account you want Outlook to access. Type your member ID (everything before the "@" symbol of your Juno email) in the box beside "User Name." Add your Juno account password in the box beside "Password."
Place a check mark in the box beside "Remember password" if you want Outlook to check your Juno email automatically when it starts (and periodically while Outlook is running). Keep in mind anyone who uses the computer will have access to your Juno email by simply opening Outlook.
Test the settings to make sure Outlook can properly access your Juno email by clicking the "Test Account Settings" button. If there is a problem, check the spelling for the ingoing and outgoing mail server options.
Change the name on the email account from "pop.netzero.net" to something more user friendly like My Juno Email. Click the email account once, and then click the "Properties" button. Set up the name of your choice in the top white box.
Keep mail from piling up in your Juno account by clicking the "Advanced" tab in the "Properties" window. Scroll down to the word "Delivery" and make sure the box next to "Leave a copy of messages on server" doesn't have a mark in it. Click the "OK" button to set up your email in Outlook.
Instead of clicking the "Next" button to advance through various steps, you can press the "Enter" key on your keyboard. One of the first emails you send out should inform friends and family of your new account. Give your Juno email account a unique name, especially if you will use Outlook to send and receive email from several different email accounts.