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Outlook 2010 Email Setup

The information that you will need is:

  • Email Address:
  • Account Username:
  • Account Password:
  • POP3 Incoming Mail Server: (mail.yourdomain.xxx)
  • SMTP Outgoing Mail Server: (mail.yourdomain.xxx)

Other Settings

  • Outgoing Mail Server Requires Password Authentication (needs a password to send)
  • Change outgoing SMTP server port from 25 to 366 (some ISPs block port 25)

Setup Directions

  1. Open Outlook and go to File/ Info / Click on Account Settings / New
  2. Select Email Account / Next
  3. Select Manually configure server settings
  4. Select Internet Email / Next
  5. Under User Information: Fill in your full name for Your Name and fill in your new E-mail Address
  6. Under Account Type: Select POP3 / Fill in Incoming Mail Server & Outgoing mail server (SMTP) addresses sent to you. They are the same. They are just mail.yourdomain.com.
  7. Under Logon Information: Fill in User Name and Password provided to you and check remember password
  8. Under Deliver new message to: select Existing Outlook Data File / Click Browse and select current Outlook Data File (usually Outlook.pst)
  9. Click on More Settings
  10. Under General: Type whatever you want to use to let you know what account this is
  11. Under Outgoing Server: Check box: My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and select: Use same settings as my incoming mail server
  12. Under Connection: Don't change anything
  13. Under Advanced: Leave Incoming server (POP3) at port 110.  Change Outgoing server (SMTP) from port 25 to port 366.  (We do this to get around ISPs that block port 25).  Check box: Leave a copy of messages on server, set it to 5 days and check: Remove from server when deleted from "Deleted Items"
  14. Click on Ok
  15. Click Next
  16. Click Finish


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