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How do I set up Outlook 2016?

Step 1: 

Open Outlook and select Manual setup or additional server types and click the Next button.


Step 2: 

From the Choose Service screen, Select POP or IMAP and click the Next Button


Step 3: 

From the POP and IMAP Accounts Settings screen, enter all the necessary information and select More Settings.




Required Information

Your Name

Enter the name you would to be displayed in the from field when somebody receives your email

Email Address

Your Full Email Address of the email box that you are currently setting up

Account Type

Select POP3 or IMAP
This guide uses IMAP setup

Incoming mail server


Outgoing mail server (SMTP)


User Name

Your Full Email Address of the email box that you are currently setting up


Enter the password that you set when you created the mailbox in your account manager.
Note: It is recommended that you also select Remember Password unless multiple users have access to your profile on your computer.

Require logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)


Deliver new messages to:

New Outlook Data File


Step 4:

More Settings will pop up a new window that has 3 tabs. Select the Outgoing Server tab.
From the Outgoing Server tab, select My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and then select Use same settings as my incoming mail server.


Step 5: 

Select the Advanced Tab from the same popup window. Change the Outgoing server (SMTP) port to 25.
Select None for encrypted connection. Then click OK.


Step 7:

You will be returned to the POP and IMAP Account Settings screen. From here, you simply click on the Next button.


Step 8:

Outlook will then attempt to test your account settings. Let the process complete until you are presented with a screen that says: Congratulations. Simply click Close.


Step 9:

You’re all set. You may then click Finish. Your Outlook is now set up and you can begin to use it.


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Created On: 16 Dec 2015 1:19 AM

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