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How To Set Up POP3 Email Accounts on Outlook 2013

Use this tutorial to set up Microsoft Outlook for POP3 email accounts hosted by 101Smart.


Details you need to know:
Incoming/Outgoing Server Address: mail.101ltd.com
POP3 Port: 110
SMTP Port: 25

Getting Started:

To add a POP3 account to Outlook, you need to click on the 'File' tab at the top left of Outlook and then click 'Account Settings', a dropdown will appear as in the image below, now click 'Account Settings...'

Account Settings

This will display a popup window, from here you can add your new email account using the account settings emailed to you and the server settings at the top of this page.

Adding your account:

In the popup window, there is a button labeled 'New...' with a letter Icon, click this to start adding your new email account as per the image below:

New Account

This will open another window that requires you to enter your information, ignore this and click the text that says 'Manual setup or additional server types' and click next as displayed on the image below.

Manual Setup

On the following page you must choose 'POP or IMAP' and then click next again.

Pop3

You must complete the next page by giving your name, email address and password (as specified in the email that was sent to you containing account information) as I have done so below:

User Information

Before you click next and complete the account setup, you need to click the 'More Settings' button which will present you with a window that has 3 tabs, click the tab called 'Outgoing Server' and check 'My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication' as shown below, then click 'OK' to close the window:

Outgoing Server Complete

After you've completed the page, click next and a test window will appear like the image below and your settings will be tested.

Test Settings

Once both tests are complete, you can close the test window and you'll be presented with a screen that says 'ALL Done'.

All Set

All Done

You can now close this window and access your new email account from the left side of Microsoft Outlook.

Account Done

By Luke Alderton

Tags: email