Setup Email as IMAP or POP3 in Outlook 2016

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Setup Email as IMAP or POP3 in Outlook 2016

Firstly, Go Start > Control Panel > Mail, As shown in Figure 1.1: 

Control Panel-Mail-select Mail
Select “Mail”

 

Figure 1.1

Secondly, Email Accounts, As shown in Figure 2.1:

Click “E-mail Accounts”

 

Figure 2.1

Thirdly, Add new account Click On New. As shown in Figure 3.1:

Control Panel-Mail-Add new account
Add new account

 

Figure 3.1

Next, Choose Manual Setup. Figure 4.1: 

Control Panel-Mail-choose Manual Setup
Choose Manual Setup

 

Figure 4.1

After that, Choose to Setup IMAP or POP3 in Outlook 2016. As shown in Figure 5.1:

Control Panel-Mail-setup IMAP or POP3
Choose to Setup IMAP or POP3

 

Figure 5.1

Then, IMAP Setup: Key in the user email information as well as the server configuration as per Figures 6.1,6.2,6.3 and 6.4:

  • Incoming mail server: yourdomain.com, PORT: 143
  • Outgoing mail server: yourdomain.com, PORT: 587 or 26
  • Click On More Settings to key in the port settings.
  • Make sure the SMTP Authentication is Enabled. As per Figures 6.2.
  • However, Once all the configuration done, your IMAP Setup done as well. As per Figures 6.4.
Control Panel-Mail-IMAP Setup-Incoming-Outgoing mail server
Key in the user email information

 

Control Panel-Mail-IMAP Setup-check My outgoing server(SMTP)
Enable STMP Authentication

 

Control Panel-Mail-Advanded
Advanded tab

 

Control Panel-Mail-Test Account Settings
Test Account Settings

 

POP3 Setup

In other words, Key in the user email information as well as the server configuration as per

  • Incoming mail server: yourdomain.com, PORT: 110
  • Outgoing mail server: yourdomain.com, PORT: 26 or 25 or 587
  • Click On More Settings to key in the port settings.
  • Make sure the SMTP Authentication is Enabled. As per Figures 7.2.
  • Once all the configuration done, your POP3 Setup done as well. As per Figures 7.4.
Control Panel-Mail-POP Setup-Incoming-Outgoing mail server
Key in the user email information

 

Control Panel-Mail-POP Setup-check My outgoing server(SMTP)
Enable STMP Authentication

 

Control Panel-Mail-POP Setup-Change Outgoing server
Advanded tab

 

Control Panel-Mail-POP Setup-Test Account Settings
Test Account Settings

 

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