If you own a Windows computer, chances are you're at least somewhat familiar with Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft's POP3 email client. It's a great program that allows your computer to download your email, even while you're not actively using your computer, so you can read it at a later time. However, if you've never used it before, or are changing or adding new emails into it, you might find that you're a little confused at first. No need to fret, though. Bright Hub has a collection of articles that will help get you familiar with Microsoft Outlook, all the way from setup through troubleshooting and changing your default settings.