Outlook


General

You can manage public folders through email clients on both Windows and Mac. Following are instructions for  managing public folders through Outlook and Entourage.

Outlook 2003, 2007, and 2010:

Open Outlook and log in to your...
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Cloud Office

Rackspace provides a self-service help tool to assist you and your users with setting up mobile devices, email clients, and Skype for Business. You can log in to the help tool at emailhelp.rackspace.com with your email address...
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POP email is typically stored locally on a computer and removed from the mail server after being downloaded by the client.  In many cases, this data cannot be migrated with our migration tool when it does not exist on your source...
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This article will provide you with instructions on migrating Public Foder data via Outlook 2010.  The process is grouped into two sections:  1) Export Public Folder items to .pst    2) Importing .pst into Public FolderPublic...
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POP email is typically stored locally on a computer and removed from the mail server after being downloaded by the client.  In many cases, this data cannot be migrated with our migration tool when it does not exist on your source...
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POP email is typically stored locally on a computer and removed from the mail server after being downloaded by the client.  In many cases, this data cannot be migrated with our migration tool when it does not exist on your source...
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This article provides links to instructions for setting up email clients and mobile devices for your Microsoft Exchange email account.

Help Tool

Our Help Tool can guide you through the setup process, providing instructions for...
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NOTE: This documentation refers to a feature that is no longer available for Cloud Sites.  This article is here for the purpose of legacy support only. If you would like to learn more about the differences between Post Office...
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Hosted Exchange

Use the following steps to set up your Microsoft Exchange 2013 mailbox with your Outlook 2013 email client.
1. Click the Windows Start button, select Control Panel, and then click Mail (32-bit).Note: Depending on the version of...
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Use the following steps to set up your Microsoft Exchange 2013 mailbox with your Outlook 2007 email client.
1.Click the Windows Start button, select Control Panel, and then click Mail (32-bit).Note: Depending on the version of...
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This article will assist you with getting Microsoft Outlook 2013 set up with Microsoft Exchange 2010.



1. Open the side charms by moving your mouse to the top right of the screen. Then click Search. Search for Mail then click...
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The following article will get your Microsoft Exchange 2010 Mailbox set up with your Microsoft Outlook 2010 email client. Let's take a look at the instructions below:

1. Click the Windows Start button, select Control Panel, then...
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The following article will get your Microsoft Exchange 2007 Mailbox setup with your Outlook 2010 email client: 

1. First thing you'll want to do is log into your User Control Panel (cp.rackspace.com/usercp) and select the...
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NOTE: This documentation refers to a feature that is no longer available for Cloud Sites.  This article is here for the purpose of legacy support only. This error message reads:The connection to the server has failed. Account: '...
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- Getting Started -

Note: This article refers to a feature that is no longer available for Cloud Sites. It is provided for legacy support only.

For instructions on setting up a POP or IMAP account in Outlook 2000, see the Setting Up Microsoft®...
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Legacy Support

NOTE: This documentation refers to a feature that is no longer available for Cloud Sites.  This article is here for the purpose of legacy support only.

 

If you would like to learn more about the differences between Post Office...
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