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How to change email settings: Microsoft Outlook 2010
Posted by Jericho Mapanao on 09 November 2012 09:00 PM

 

How to change email settings: Microsoft Outlook 2010

 

 

Follow these instructions to check or edit the settings for your Microsoft Outlook 2010  email account.

1. In Outlook 2010, go to the File tab, make sure Info is selected from the left menu and select Account Settings

     

 

2. Select the email account you want to check or edit and click Change or double click the account.

3. You'll now see the Internet E-mail Settings window. From here you can check and edit any of the settings for your Microsoft Outlook 2010  email account.

 

  • E-mail Address: This should be your complete Email Address.
  • Incoming mail server: This should be mail.domainname.com
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): This should be the same as the Incoming mail server unless a different mail server is stated by your ISP provider
  • User name & Password: Make sure you've entered the correct username and password for the email address you're setting up 
  • More Settings: Clicking this will allow you to check and edit the advanced settings for your email account

                                > Select the Outgoing Server tab, Select My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming mail server.

                                        >  Select the Advanced tab. For Incoming Server (POP3), enter port 110 and  Do NOT select the check box next to "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)".

                                > For Outgoing server (SMTP), enter port 587 or 25 and use None on encrypted connection. Remove check mark on " Leave a copy of message on server ".

                                    

       When You have finish editing your email account settings, Click Next      

 


 

4. Outlook will now test your email account information, if all setting are correct click Close to finish.

 

 

Select the Advanced tab. For Incoming Server (POP3), enter port 110 and  Do NOT select the check box next to "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)"
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