As the figure shows , the window consists of several tabs. On the General tab (see Fig. 5.13) , you can enter the account name. Under this name, the account will be displayed in the list of accounts , and on it you will be able to identify it. For example , you can name the account Work , General, Personal communication , etc. — Depending on how you plan to use this mailbox . In some cases it is necessary to make additional settings on the Outgoing Server tab , the contents of which is shown in Fig . 5.14 . Fig . 5.14 . Setting up outgoing mail server In particular, users of postal service portal www.yandex.ru on this tab you need to select SMTP- server requires authentication, then set located below the switch Similarly incoming mail server . Note that this test without checking account (see Fig. 5.12) can show the presence of errors , and the account — to be unworkable. On the Connection tab , the contents of which is shown in Fig. 5.15 , indicates the type of connection to the e-mail. Fig . 5.15 . Choosing a Connection This tab should set the switch to the position corresponding to the type of connection , and then click OK . Note that all changes made and also on the other tabs in this window , also come into force only after clicking the OK button in it (this option is available on all tabs ) . After performing additional account settings , click in the window shown in Fig. 5.11 , click Next , and then — click Finish. Microsoft Outlook is now fully prepared to work with e-mail . Description of operating modes Here we consider the basic operating modes with e-mail program Microsoft Outlook: create and send emails , receive correspondence , etc. But first, let us recall once again looks like the mail interface (Fig. 5.16). Fig . 5.16 . Microsoft Outlook email interface The figure shows that a core set of tools for working with e-mail in Microsoft Outlook largely coincides with the tools offered in the interfaces of the mailboxes on the mail server. Note that this also applies to most other popular mail clients (Outlook Express, The Bat, etc.).