Microsoft Exchange Server is one communication software package that many businesses use. This gives employees a task list, calendar and e-mail client. When using the Microsoft Exchange Server, there might come a time when you need your actual server address. This may seem like a daunting task at first, but finding your server's address is very easy and just takes a couple of steps.
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Things you need
- Internet access
- Microsoft Outlook Exchange
- Microsoft Outlook e-mail account
Double-click on your Microsoft Outlook icon. This may be on your desktop or in the "Program Files" section of your "Start" menu.
Wait for your program to load fully. A small window will open with all of the available e-mail accounts you have made. Open the email address associated with the account you want.
Allow the program to load your e-mail account. When the account has loaded, click on the "Change" button at the top left corner of the screen. A small box will pop up displaying the SMTP and POP server addresses.
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