Setting Up Your POP or IMAP Email Address in Microsoft Outlook

This tutorial shows you how to set up Microsoft Outlook 2007® to work with your e-mail account. This tutorial focuses on setting up Microsoft Outlook 2007, but these settings are similar in other versions of Microsoft Outlook. You can set up previous versions of Microsoft Outlook by using the settings in this tutorial.

To Set Up Your E-mail Account in Microsoft Outlook

  1. In Microsoft Outlook, from the E-mail Accounts menu, select Tools » then Account Settings...
  2. On the E-mail Accounts wizard window, select Add a new e-mail account
  3. For Adding new email A/c , select POP3 or IMAP, and then click Next.
  4. Choose Manual configure server settings, then click Next.
  5. Choose Internet E-mail to connect your POP3 or IMAP account , and then click Next.
  6. On the Internet E-mail Settings (POP3/IMAP) window, enter your information as follows:
  7. Your Name
    Your first and last name.
    E-mail Address
    Your full email address.
    User Name
    Your full email address, again.
    Password
    Your email account password.
    Incoming mail server (POP3)
    POP, mail.yourdomainname.com or IMAP, mail.yourdomainname.com.
    Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
    mail.yourdomainname.com

    Click More Settings.

  8. On the Internet E-mail Settings window, go to the Outgoing Server tab.
  9. Select My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
  10. Also, select Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
  11. Go to the Advanced tab, and then change the Incoming server (POP3) port to 110 default and Outgoing server (SMTP) port to 587.
  12. Click OK.
  13. Click Next.
  14. Click Finish.

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