This article describes how to create a POP or IMAP email account in Microsoft Outlook. The instructions are simple and correct compared to the date and are designed for normal users. It is still recommended to follow the instructions carefully to avoid common Microsoft Outlook problems.
Want to create a POP3 or IMAP email account in Microsoft Outlook, but don't know how? If so, the article is for you. Microsoft Outlook is the most popular e-mail client, because it is designed to use e-mails for most Internet e-mail server types, such as POP, IMAP, HTTP, Microsoft Exchange, or other third-party servers. send or receive. To use any of the server types, you need to set up your email account. Sounds hard? Not really. This step-by-step guide helps you set up your email account without the need for an expert Microsoft technical support.
Start Outlook, click the File tab, click Info, select Account Preferences, and then select Account Preferences from the drop-down list . When the Account Settings window opens, click the E-mail tab, select New, click the E-mail account, and then click Next.
Click Setup to manually configure server settings or the box next to additional server types, and then click Next. In the next dialog box, select Internet E-Mail, and then click Next. In the Internet E-mail Options window, enter your name and e-mail address under User Information, select POP3 / IMAP etc. from the drop-down menu. Type an account and enter the incoming and outgoing mail server information in the appropriate fields.
Enter your username (email address) and password in the appropriate fields below the Login Information field.
Click on the box and remember the password. to remember Outlook for your password at login. Contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider for incoming and outgoing mail server.
Click More Settings, and then click Next. You can also use this option as an incoming mail server, and then click OK to return to the Internet e-mail settings window.
Click Test Account Settings to test your email settings. then click the Finish button The successful server type has been successfully configured to send e-mails or e-mails. It applies to 2010, but the email account The process of setting up Outlook in Outlook remains the same or slightly changes
to specify all information such as email address, password, name, and server information. Failure to do so may result in error messages or problems that cannot connect to the server and are unable to send or receive emails, among others.