How To Setup a POP/ IMAP Email Account in Microsoft Outlook 2013

Getting Started with Outlook 2013 

Before we begin with the set up of Microsoft Outlook 2013, we assume you've already created a new email account in cPanel or have existing email account set up on the server. This tutorial will show you how to configure email account in Microsoft Outlook. 

1. Launch Outlook 2013. If this is a new account, you'll see a Welcome screen. Click Next.
   
   Otherwise, navigate to the Top and click File
   


2. Click the Add Account button
   


3. Check Manual setup or additional server types, then click Next 
   
  

4. Select POP or IMAP and click Next 
   
  
  
5. Enter your name
   
  

6. Enter your email address
   
  

7. Choose the account type you wish to use. We will be using IMAP as an example
   
   

8. Enter the incoming and outgoing mail servers (SMTP) field
   
 

9. Fill in your email address into the User Name field
   
 

10. Enter your password
   

 

10.1. "Check" Require logon using Secure Password Authentication "SPA"




11. Click More Settings 
   
 

12. Select the Outgoing Server tab
   
 

13. Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming mail server, then go to Advanced tab
   
 

14. Select Advanced Tab

995 for Incoming server (POP3) 

 or 

993 for Incoming server (IMAP) 

Check "This server required an encrypted connection (SSL)

 

587 for Outgoing server (SMTP)
Select "AUTO" for Use the following type of encrypted connection

 

then click Ok  


   
   For Incoming server (POP3) enter 110 and in the Outgoing server (SMTP) enter the number 587, then click Ok
   
 

15. Click Next 
   


16. If the email was set up successfully, you will receive the test email with green check-marks in your Inbox. Click Finish
   


Congratulations! Your email account has been set up in Outlook.

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