jawad_qau, paul answered your question. Each user needs to have an email account that can be configured in Outlook for sending and receiving. You'll need to provide more information, such as does the school have its own email server where students have accounts? You haven't really explained the setup.
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No School havn't own email server, Just we want email within the Lab. (There are 20 PCs on all PCs Windows XP (Service Pack 2) & MS Office 2003 installed. Now tell me how can we send/receive email via using outlook. email@example.com
Assuming, you have no Internet and 20 PCs in School, where you want to send e-mails from, to each other. So there's a simple answer. It is impossible. You need an e-mail server, that can handle incomming and outgoing mails.
Please send a reply, if you solved the problem !!!
Just to clarify jawad_qau outlook is a email client. ALL email clients have to point to a email server to get and send email. A email client can not send or recieve emails from another email client unless there is a server between them.
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