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You may copy-paste the details to a Notepad file for safekeeping or simply leave the page open – you’ll need to use this to set up your email on Microsoft Outlook.
How to Set up Outlook
Now that you’ve taken care of the prerequisites, it’s time to learn how to set up Outlook.
Microsoft Outlook has many different versions that warrant different sections for each one of them. The versions we’re going to discuss are Outlook 2019, 2016, and 2013.
You need to make sure of which Microsoft Outlook version you are using.
Microsoft Outlook 2019
Here, you will learn how to set up Outlook (version 2019)
1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2019
When a window pops up, enter your email, then click Continue.
2. Choose IMAP/POP
Select IMAP/POP, when given the option to choose your provider.
3. Configure Your IMAP or POP Settings
Whether you choose POP or IMAP, fill in the corresponding details as can be seen below. Then, click Add Account to proceed.
4. Finalize Your Setup
Fill in your password, click Connect, and wait for the process to finish. If you succeed, the window below will appear.
That’s it! All that’s left to do is click the OK button and you can start using Outlook right away.
Microsoft Outlook 2016
Here, you will learn how to set up Outlook (version 2016)
1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2016
If you’re opening the client for the first time, a window will appear. Enter your email and don’t forget to tick the box. Then, click Connect.
2. Configure the POP/IMAP and SMTP servers
When the next window pops up, choose between POP and IMAP.
When the window below shows up, fill in the forms with details from the control panel and click Next to proceed. Then enter the password to your email and click Connect.
3. Finalizing the Setup
If an error window appears, you have to readjust the configuration by clicking Change Account Settings and make sure that everything is up to standard.
However, if you set the configuration correctly, you’ll see this window on your screen.
Depending on your choice, either POP or IMAP will make the list. Next, click Done and you’ll be navigated to Microsoft Outlook 2016 interface.
Microsoft Outlook 2013
Here, you will learn how to set up Outlook (version 2013)
1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2013
A window welcoming you for the first time will pop up. Click Next to proceed with your setup.
2. Configure Your Email Account
When the next window appears, tick Yes and click Next once again.
Then, choose the option to manually configure your email account and proceed to the next window.
In the screen below, choose POP or IMAP and click Next to proceed.
Enter the corresponding details in the following forms. Choose your desired account type (POP or IMAP), fill in both incoming and outgoing mail servers with the information you got from your control panel, and insert your full email address on the user name column along with the password.
Then, click More Settings.
In the next popup window, navigate to Outgoing Server tab and tick the box behind “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”. Then, select “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” as seen below.
Then, go to the Advanced tab. Fill in the server port numbers and encrypted connection as seen below, then click OK.
3. Finalize Your Setup
After that, click Next and Outlook will test your account settings to see if things are going well. It will look like the screen below if it succeeds.
Then, just click Close and a window prompting that the setup process has finished will appear.
Just click Finish to be directed to Microsoft Outlook 2013 interface as seen below.
Setting up Outlook isn’t as daunting as you might think. The whole process is straightforward and will only take a moment of your time.
If you face any issues, just refer to this tutorial on how to set up Outlook.
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