Configure Outlook automatically on Windows Server

OVERVIEW-

 

How to Configure Outlook automatically on Windows Server.

 

STEPS -

1 - Open outlook and go to ‘File’.

2 - Click ‘Add Account’.

3 - Select 'Email Account’ and click ‘Next’.

Fill Information :

  •     Your Name:
  •     Email address:
  •     Password:   and Retype your password.

4 - Click ‘Finish’.

Or  For Manual settings Use below steps:-

  • Outlook Configuration With SSL-

Kindly configure  your Outlook application according to below steps :

   1. File >> Add Account >> Select (Manually configure server settings or additional server types) >> Select (POP or IMAP) >>

   2. Fill Information.

  • Your Name:
  • Email address:
  • Incoming Server: mail.domain_name.com OR server IP address
  • Outgoing Mail Server:  mail.domain_name.com OR server IP address
  • User name:
  • Password:

3. Click on More Settings.

    >> Outgoing Server Tab

    >> Checkmark "My Outgoing Server requires SMTP Authentication".

4. Click on Advanced.

    4.1 For POP3 use port 995 or for IMAP use port 993.

        >> Checkmark "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)".

    4.2 Outgoing SMTP server, use port 587 or 465.

        >> Use the following type of encrypted connection, select "Auto".

5. Click OK or Finish.

  • Outlook Configuration Without SSL-

Kindly configure  your Outlook application according to below steps :

    1. File >> Add Account >> Select (Manually configure server settings or additional server types) >> Select (POP or IMAP) >> 

    2.  Fill Information

  •     Your Name:
  •     Email address:
  •     Incoming Server: mail.domain_name.com OR server IP address
  •     Outgoing Mail server:  mail.domain_name.com OR server IP address
  •     User name:
  •     Password:

3. Click on More Settings.

    >> Outgoing Server Tab

        >> Checkmark "My Outgoing Server requires SMTP Authentication".

4. Click on Advanced.

    4.1 For POP3 use port 110 or for IMAP use port 143.

        >> Checkmark "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)".

    4.2 Outgoing SMTP server, use port 25.       

     >> Use the following type of encrypted connection, select "Auto".

5. Click OK or Finish.

 

Please feel free to open a support ticket if an issue still persists.

 

 

 

 


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