Adding a new email account in Outlook 2010/Outlook 2013

Click File->Info->Add Account

Select Manual server setup or additional server types

Click Next

Select POP or IMAP

Click Next

Enter Your name

Email Address: you@yourdomain.com.au

Account Type: Choose POP3

Incoming Mail Server: mail.yourdomain.com.au

Outgoing Mail Server: mail.yourdomain.com.au
your domain name is the text to the right of the @ sign in your email address

Logon Information

User Name: Your full email address
e.g you@yourdomain.com.au

Password: your email account password

Click the More Settings Button

Click the Outgoing Server Tab
Select My outgoing server(SMTP) requires authentication

Click the Advanced tab

Below Server Port Heading
Locate outgoing server port
change the Number 25 to 587

Click OK

Click the Test Account Settings Button

If you have configured the account correctly then you should see two green ticks, one for the incoming mail server and one for the outgoing mail server

Close the test account settings window and click next until you have finished the add account wizard.

If you receive any red crosses during the test phase please close the test account settings window and review the information you have entered during the setup process.

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