How to change your email passwords in Outlook

OUTLOOK 2003 | OUTLOOK 2007 | OUTLOOK 2010

Follow these steps to change the passwords in Outlook 2003:

  • Open Microsoft Outlook and click “Tools” in the upper toolbar

Outlook 2003

  • Click “Email Accounts
  • Make sure “View or change existing accounts” is selected and click “Next

Outlook 2003

  • Make sure the email account you want to update is selected, and click “Change

Outlook 2003

  • In the new window, delete the info in the “Password” block, and paste the new password you copied

Outlook 2003 Password

  • Click the “Test Account Settings” button to verify that it is set up correctly; if there are any issues, make sure the settings are filled out correctly (see below).

Outlook 2010 Test Email Account Settings

  • If the tests completed with no errors, click “Close

Outlook 2007 Tests Completed Successfully

  1. If you receive an error trying to log onto the incoming mail server, make sure the “Incoming Mail Server” is spelled correctly, mail.josiesque.com, and the “Incoming Server (POP3)” is 110
  2. If you receive an error trying to Send test email, make sure the “Outgoing Mail Server” is spelled correctly, mail.josiesque.com, and the “Outgoing server (SMTP)” is either 25, 26 or 465
  • Click the “Next” button, then the “Finish” button

 

Follow these steps to change the passwords in Outlook 2007:

  • On the Tools menu, click “Account Settings

Outlook 2007 Account Settings Set Up Email

  • Select the e-mail account that you want to change the password for, and then click “Change

Outlook 2003

  • Under “Logon Information“, in the “Password” box, type the password that was provided by your ISP or mail administrator or the password that you created.

Outlook 2003 Password

  • If you do not want to be prompted to enter your e-mail account password each time you send and receive messages, select the “Remember password” check box.
  • Click the “Test Account Settings” button to verify that it is set up correctly; if there are any issues, make sure the settings are filled out correctly (see below).

Outlook 2010 Test Email Account Settings

  • If the tests completed with no errors, click “Close

Outlook 2007 Tests Completed Successfully

  1. If you receive an error trying to log onto the incoming mail server, make sure the “Incoming Mail Server” is spelled correctly, mail.josiesque.com, and the “Incoming Server (POP3)” is 110
  2. If you receive an error trying to Send test email, make sure the “Outgoing Mail Server” is spelled correctly, mail.josiesque.com, and the “Outgoing server (SMTP)” is either 25, 26 or 465
  • Click the “Next” button, then the “Finish” button

 

Follow these steps to change the passwords in Outlook 2010:

  • Click the “File” tab
  • Click “Account Settings“, and then click “Account Settings

Outlook 2010 Accounts

  • Select the e-mail account you want to change the password for, and then click “Change

Outlook 2010

  • Under “Logon Information“, in the “Password” box, type the password that was provided by your ISP or mail administrator or the password that you created.

Outlook 2010 Password

  • If you do not want to be prompted to enter your e-mail account password each time you send and receive messages, select the “Remember password” check box.
  • Click the “Test Account Settings” button to verify that it is set up correctly; if there are any issues, make sure the settings are filled out correctly (see below).

Outlook 2010 Test Email Account Settings

  • If the tests completed with no errors, click “Close

Outlook 2007 Tests Completed Successfully

  1. If you receive an error trying to log onto the incoming mail server, make sure the “Incoming Mail Server” is spelled correctly, mail.josiesque.com, and the “Incoming Server (POP3)” is 110
  2. If you receive an error trying to Send test email, make sure the “Outgoing Mail Server” is spelled correctly, mail.josiesque.com, and the “Outgoing server (SMTP)” is either 25, 26 or 465
  • Click the “Next” button, then the “Finish” button

 

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