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Linking the Site Email with Outlook

 

Linking the Site Email with Outlook

Note: Tutorial is based on Outlook 2007

 Steps:

  1. Go to Tools then Account Settings.

  2. Press New

  3. Choose first option Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP then press Next

  4. Check Manually Configure Server Settings.

  5. Choose first option Internet E-mail then press Next

  6. A new page will appear for adding a new account, please fill in required data.

  • Name: The name you want to appear in outgoing messages.

  • E-mail Address: Your domain email address (ex. user@domain.com)

  • Account Type: Choose POP3

  • Incoming mail server: Has the form (mail.domain.com)

  • Outgoing mail server: Has the form (mail.domain.com)

  • User Name: Has the form (user@domain.com)

  • Password: The email password

  • Leave Require login using Secure Password Authentication without change

  • Press More Settings and choose Outgoing Server

  • Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication

  • Choose Use same setting as my incoming mail server

From the upper tabbed menu go to Advanced tab

Under Incoming Server check This server requires an encrypted connection

Type 465 in Outgoing Server and choose SSL from the menu besides Use the following type of encrypted connection then press OK

Now test that the account was linked successfully, press Test Account Settings when it appears, when Congratulations! All tests completed successfully then the linking completed successfully

Press Next then Finish

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