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Office365 – Configure mail ID into Outlook ( Pop, IMAP, SMTP)

In order to configure your office365 email account in the local outlook client follow the below steps.

  1. open your local outlook client and click on the “Files” menu and click on the “add account”.

2. Add account pop windows will be open click on the “add account manual” and click next.

3. In the next windows select the service like “IMAP/POP” in order to configure the account and click next.

4. In the next Windows add the required incoming and outgoing server details as per the IMAP protocol and the email ID and login details.

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Incoming Server:outlook.office365.com

Outgoing Server:smtp.office365.com

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5. Now Click on the “More Settings” option and in the outgoing server tab check mark on the option “My server require outgoing smtp authentication”.

6. Click on the next tab “Advanced” and fill the required port number as per the IMAP protocol and click on “okay”.

7. Click next and your account has been configured with the IMAP protocol.

In order to configure your office365 email account in the outlook client using the POP3 follow the below steps.

  1. open your outlook account and click on the “files” menu and “add account”

2. Add account popup windows will be open click on the “add account manual” and click next.

3. In the next windows select the service like “IMAP/POP” in order to configure the account and click next.

4. In the next Windows add the required incoming and outgoing server details as per the POP3 protocol and the email ID and login details.

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Incoming Server:outlook.office365.com.

Outgoing Server:smtp.office365.com

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5. Now Click on the “More Settings” option and in the outgoing server tab check mark on the option “My server require outgoing smtp authentication”.

6. Click on the next tab “Advanced” and fill the required port number as per the POP protocol and click on “okay”.

7. Click next and your account has been configured with the POP protocol.

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