Setting up your account in Outlook on your PC
|In Outlook, go to the file tab, Info section & click Account Settings.
|Click on the Account Settings popup.
|Click New on the E-mail tab.
|On the New Service page, choose E-mail Account and click Next.
|On the Auto Account Setup page, choose Manually configure server settings or additional server types & click Next.
|On the Choose Service page, choose Internet E-mail & click Next.
|On the Internet E-mail Settings page:
Enter Your Name as you’d like it displayed
Enter your E-mail Address
Select Account Type as either POP3 or IMAP
Enter Incoming mail server and Outgoing mail server (SMTP) information ( Incoming and outgoing mail servers are generally denoted as mail.yourdomain.com, where yourdomain.com is specific to your account.)
Enter your full E-mail address as your User Name
Place or leave a check in the Remember password box
Uncheck Require logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA) if checked
Place or leave a check in the Test Account Settings by clicking the Next button box and confirm Deliver new messages to has New Outlook Data File selected (choose an existing Outlook Data File if you are rebuilding your settings)
Click More Settings.
|On the General tab, enter your E-mail address in the Reply E-mail box.
|On the Outgoing Server tab, place a check in the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. The Use same settings as my incoming mail server should already be selected, select if not.
|On the Advanced tab, Server Port Numbers section:
Ensure it has Incoming server set as either 110 for POP3 or 143 for IMAP.
No check should be in the This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) box.
Ensure the Outgoing server (SMTP) has either 25 if you have a business Internet account or 2525 if you have a residential Internet account (2525 is safe for either).
The Use the following type of encrypted connection should be set to None.
Server Timeouts should be fine at 1 minute.
If you are setting up a POP3 account, you can choose to Leave a copy of messages on the server for X amount of days so they’ll be available for that amount of time to your other devices.
|We hope this helps you with your setup.
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