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KansasNet's Comprehensive Outlook Express
Technical Support

Microsoft Outlook Express is an email client program.  With this program you can send and receive email.  It is a very user-friendly program and does not take a lot of effort to learn.  The program is very self-explanatory, and has a great built-in help system.  However, in the help menu, you will not find all of the information you need to setup Outlook Express for KansasNet.  This site will help you configure Outlook Express for use with your KansasNet email.

Setting up Outlook Express 4 for Windows 95/98/NT

Checking your Outlook Express 4 Configuration


Note: The setup instructions for Outlook Express 6 and Outlook Express 5 are the same.

Setting up Outlook Express 5/6 for Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP

Checking your Outlook Express 5/6 Configuration


Common Problems, Error Messages and Solutions

Currently, there are 3 different versions of Outlook Express for Window 95/98/NT/2000/XP (version 4, 5, and 6).  For help determining which version of Outlook Express you have, click here.

How do I know if I have Outlook Express?

If you do not have Outlook Express, you can download it by clicking the link below.  Outlook Express is part of the Internet Explorer package, so you will need to download Internet Explorer to get Outlook Express.

Download Internet Explorer and Outlook Express for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP NOW!

Also, if you are using a modem to dial into KansasNet, the setup instructions you find here assume that you have already setup your KansasNet Dial-Up Connection, and that you have called it 'KansasNet'.  For help setting up the 'KansasNet' Dial-Up Connection or to check that your connection is configured properly, please click here.

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Last modified: April 17, 2007