Your initial server and user account settings should be configured when you set up your profile with the Deployment Configuration Program.
Open the Control Panel and double-click the Mail icon.
In the Services tab, choose Folders - your name and click Properties.
The Sun Java System Connector for Microsoft Outlook properties dialog appears. Make sure the Sun Java Enterprise System tab is selected.
Within this tab, you can change the servers and settings for the following Sun Java System servers:
Incoming Mail — name and port number of the Messaging Server on which you receive incoming mail. The default port number is 143.
Outgoing Mail — the name and the port number of the Messaging Server via which to send messages using the SMTP protocol. The default port number is 25.
Calendar — name of the server and the port number on which the Calendar Server is running. The default port number is 80.
Address Book — name and the port number on which the Address Book Server is running. This is where your Contacts are stored. The default port number is 80.
Global Address List — name and port number on which the corporate directory is located. The default port number is 389.
If the SSL checkbox is enabled for any of the above servers, an SSL connection will be attempted, using the port specified in Port.
You can configure the following user settings within the Sun Java Enterprise System tab:
Full Name — a readable form of your name. It is used to add descriptive information to your email address when generating and sending mail messages.
User Name — your userID that the servers use to access your information.
Password — your password. Enable the Remember Password checkbox if you wish to have an encrypted form of your password saved into the local registry. If not checked, the password is not saved, and you are always prompted for the password when initiating a client session.
Email Address — your email address. This is the address placed in a message's From: header, if the composed message does not have a from field to override it. It is often used to identify the return address when the receiver of a message needs to generate replies, receipts, notifications, and so on.
When you are finished making changes, click OK.