How to - Setting up Outlook 2013

  1. 01

    Click Add Account.

  2. 02

    Select Manual Setup

    Select the radio button for Manually setup or additional server types. Then click Next
  3. 03

    Select E-mail

    Select the radio button for POP or IMAP. Then click Next

  4. 04

    Configure User Information

    Your Name should be your name as you want it to appear in e-mails that you send. E-mail Address should simply be your e-mail address.
  5. 05

    Configure Server Information and Either POP3 (110) or IMAP (143)

    If you’ve configured your e-mail in cPanel then you can either select POP3 or IMAP for your Account Type

    For IMAP or POP3, the Incoming mail server should be set to the correct hostname. Generally speaking, this will be mail.yourdomain.com or similar. For SMTP, the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) should be set to the correct hostname. Generally speaking, this willbe mail.yourdomain.com or similar.

  6. 06

    Configure Logon Information

    User Name should be your username, generally with the domain included. For example, testemail@thebestfakedomainnameintheworld.com instead of just testemail. Password should simply be the password for your e-mail account.

  7. 07

    Configure SMTP for Authentication

    Click More Settings …

    Select the Outgoing Server tab.

    Be sure the box is checked for My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication , and then select the radio button for Log on using.

    User Name should be your username, generally with the domain included. For example, testemail@thebestfakedomainnameintheworld.com instead of just testemail. Password should simply be the password for your e-mail account. Click OK
  8. 08

    Finish and Test Settings

    Check the box for Automatically test account settings when Next is clicked , and then click Next :

    Assuming the tests complete successfully, click Close :

  9. 09

    Setup Complete

    That’s it, Microsoft Outlook 2013 should now be setup to receive e-mail! Click Finish