Launch Outlook 2007.
From the menu choose "Tools" > "Account Settings".
Click on "New...".
Check the option "Manually configure server settings or additional server types".
Choose "Internet E-mail" and confirm by clicking "Next".
Fill out the fields as follows:
In the "Your Name" field, enter your first name and surname.
In the "E-mail Address" field, enter your full e-mail address (You can find the e-mail address and other account information in the Customer centre).
Choose POP3 as the "Account Type".
In the "Incoming mail server" field, enter pop.bluewin.ch.
In the "Outgoing mail server (SMTP)" field, enter smtpauth.bluewin.ch.
In the "User Name" field, enter your username (if you have an @bluewin.ch e-mail address, enter your e-mail address without @bluewin.ch. If you have an @bluemail.ch e-mail address, enter your complete e-mail address.).
In the "Password" field, enter your e-mail password (your e-mail password is different from your Swisscom Login. If you can't remember your e-mail password, you have the option of generating a new one in the Customer Centre.).
To finish setting up your new e-mail account, choose "More Settings".
Go to the "Outgoing Server" tab.
Check the option "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication", then check "Use same settings as my incoming server".
Go to the "Advanced" tab.
In the "Outgoing server (SMTP)" field, enter the number 587.
Confirm this change with "OK" and choose "Next".
Choose "Finish" to finish setting up your e-mail account.
Your Outlook 2007 has been set up to use SMTP authentication. You can now increase the security level, and transmit your e-mails via an SSL encrypted connection. The SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol makes the data stream "tap-proof".
You must make the following settings:
Incoming server (POP3): pop3s.bluewin.ch
Outgoing server (SMTP): smtpauths.bluewin.ch
On the "Advanced" tab, enter the number 465 in the "Outgoing server (SMTP):" field. Check the option "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)".
Type the number 995 into the "Incoming server (POP3):" field. Check the option "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)".