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You can do this by sending a Registry file with the domain details. Users should double click on the registry file and merge the content to system Registry. After that when they load Outlook, they will asked for user name and password. If you want to include username also with the registry, you need to create 250 separate registry files for each user.
That might work,
See I am an ISP and need to upgrade my mail server to a new generation server which require the settings to be updated.
I however have more questions regarding your solution and perhaps advise.
1. Will the registry file be passed by Anti-Virus Software?
2. What happens if a customer has more than one email account in Outlook
3. What is the client is using other mail client
4. Is there way to get a response when the client finished the task?
Thank you in advance
Most antivirus softwares will show a warning when user downloads a .REG file and most Email service providers like Gmail and Yahoo will not allow you to attach a .REG file on Email. But you can distribute it through your website as a download or through file sharing platforms like dropbox.
Usually the registry entry trick deals with only one account, if a user have more than one account he need to do the same manually by referring the one he added through registry script.
This method only works for Outlook users.
No you can't get a response from this.
Because of you are an ISP, I think following articles also will help you: