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I am new to the Mac Pro (I have always had PC's) and I am having trouble setting up my e-mail account with Entourage. Apple does not support this because it is Microsoft and when I went to Microsofts website for support, you have to have your e-mail set up already.

I'm not a high tech guy, so this whole thing is confusing to me. I have a Mac pro Quad 2.66GHz Intel Xeon. With a wireless 2 wire portal.

Can anyone walk me through the steps in setting up my e-mail through Entourage. Thanks!
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It shouldn't be too tough. Start Entourage. Go to Tools->Accounts and select the "New" star button. You will need to know your incoming and outgoing email server names from your ISP, the account type (usually POP3), and your ISP userid. That is usually it. It is quite easy normally.

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