How to do Domain Email Outlook Configuration?

If you are looking for a way to use professional branded email using Microsoft Outlook, then you are at right place. Microsoft Outlook to use your domain name to create a professional business email address. Besides sending, receiving, and storing emails, Microsoft Outlook also has other functions such as contact, calendar and tasks etc. You have to use Office 365. Office 365 is a paid version. In this article, we will discuss ‘the configuration of domain email in outlook’.

Pre Checklist:

You have to check and prepare just four necessary things, before starting;

  1. Email Address
  2. Email Password
  3. Your Domain Name
  4. Configuration of IMAP/POP and SMTP

Outlook Setup:

Outlook comes in many different versions. You have to check which version you are using. In this article, we will discuss Outlook 2019, 2018 2016, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2007, 2003, and 2002.

Microsoft Outlook 2019

Follow the below steps to learn, how to set up Microsoft Outlook 2019,

Step 1:

Click the icon with the name Outlook 2019. A window will get opened and will ask for your Email address. Enter your email address and select the option Continue. Select add account, if you are trying to create a new account.

Step 2:

A page will appear asking to choose your provider. Choose your IMAP/POP server which will enable you to set up the outgoing and incoming mail server.

Step 3:

After selecting your main server provider i.e. POP or IMAP, fill the details shown below. Then select the option Add Account to further proceed.

  • Provider/Type: POP or IMAP
  • Email Address: enter your email address
  • Username: again, enter your email address
  • Password: Enter your password
  • Incoming Server: SSL port recommended
  • Outgoing Server: SSL port recommended
Step 4:

After that enter your email password and click ‘Connect’. After a successful setup, just click done and now you will be able to use your Outlook email account.

Microsoft Outlook 2018

Step 1:

Click and open the Outlook 2018 window. Now Click on the option Tools and then select Account. Enter your email address or username and then select Continue.

Step 2:

The Outlook will either automatically detect your provider or will ask you to enter your server provider i.e. IMAP/POP.

Step 3:

Enter Your server provider and fill the details given below and then select Add Account.

  • Provider/Type: POP or IMAP
  • Email Address: enter your email address
  • Username: again, enter your email address
  • Password: Enter your password
  • Incoming Server: SSL port recommended
  • Outgoing Server: SSL port recommended
Step 4:

A notification may pop up asking to trust your certificate. Click the option Always trust “name” when connecting to ” your email” and then select Continue. Now you will be able to use your email account.

Microsoft Outlook 2016

Step 1:

Open your Microsoft Outlook 2016 and enter the details of your email account and select the option ‘Connect’.

Step 2:

The page will open asking for your server provider. Select your server provider. The page will redirect to show another window having a form to fill. Fill it with the settings from your Control Panel and then select ‘Next’. Enter your email address’ password and select the option Connect.

Step 3:

Select the POP or IMAP server. In case of any error, click Change Account Setting and readjust it.

Step 4:

In the last step Click the option Done. It will redirect you to Outlook Interface.

Microsoft Outlook 2013

Step 1:

Open your Microsoft Outlook. A welcome window will appear. Select Next for advance setup

Step 2:

Next Window will appear, select the Option Yes and then Next. Now select the option for “additional server types or manual setup”. Provide the details of your email i.e address and password and proceed to the next window.

Step 3:

You will now be asked to select your server Provider. Select IMAP or POP server and select Next. Enter the details asked i.e User Information, Server Information, and Login Information, and then select More Settings.

Step 4:

A window will appear “Internet E-mail Settings”, go to the Outgoing Server tab and tick “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” and then choose “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” as seen below. Navigate to Advanced tab and fill in the server port numbers and encrypted connection and then select OK.

Step 5:

It is now time finalize to your setup. Select Next. Outlook will check your setting. Then select Close. A window will pop with the message that the process has finished. Now click finish and you will be directed to Outlook 2013 interface.

Microsoft Outlook 2011

Step 1:

Open your Microsoft Outlook 2011. A welcome window will pop up. Select the tool option if you are adding a new email account and then click Accounts.

Step 2:

Select the email account icon and enter your email account information i.e  Name, Email address. Choose server Provider i.e. POP/IMAP. Enter Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP) server details and also Outgoing mail server information. Also, provide your login information.

Step 3:

It is time to configure the Outgoing server settings. Select More Option. Click Use incoming server information. Then select OK.

Microsoft Outlook 2010

Step 1:

Click and open Microsoft Outlook 2010. A window will appear, select File, then click Add Account.

Step 2:

Provide your email account information i.e. email address and password. Outlook 2010 will automatically configure your account for you.

If not, then follow the following steps:

Step 1:

Open your Outlook 2010 and then select File, then select Add Account.

Step 2:

Click Manually configure server settings or additional server and then select Next.

Step 3:

The window will direct to a screen, here select Internet E-mail, then select Next. In this window, you will need to provide your login information, server information, and user information.

Step 4:

Select More Settings. A new window will pop up. Go to the Outgoing Server tab. Click My outgoing server (SMTP) Requires Authentication. Now click Use same setting as my incoming mail server and then click OK.

Step 5:

Next, click the button Test Account Settings which will check your settings. Now click the option Close. To save your settings, click OK and then click Finish.

Microsoft Outlook 2007

Step 1

Open Outlook 2007 and now Click the option Tools, then Account Settings.

Step 2:

Select the Email tab and then New.  Select Microsoft Exchange, HTTP, or POP3/IMAP, and click Next. Now enter your email account information. Outlook will automatically configure your account.

If not, then follow the below steps:

Step 1:

Click the option Internet E-mail and then click Next.

Step 2:

A window will appear. Enter user information, login information, and server information.

Step 3:

Select the option More Settings, then go to the Outgoing Server tab. Tick My outgoing server (SMTP) Requires Authentication. Also tick, Use the same setting as my incoming mail server. Now click OK.

Step 4:

Select the button Test Account Settings to check your setting and then click the button Close. Now to save your setting, click OK, and then click Finish.

Microsoft Outlook 2003

Step 1:

Open the software and click the button Tools menu and then click Email Account. Now click the button Add a New Email Account and then select Next.

Step 2:

Choose your server Provider i.e IMAP/POP3 and then click the button Next. Enter your login information, server information, and user information.

Step 3:

Now click on the button More Settings > go to Outgoing Server tab > tick My Outgoing Server (SMTP) Require Authentication > tick the box Use the Same Setting as My Setting Incoming Mail Server > click OK

Step 4:

Click the button Test Account Settings to test your setting and then click Close to close the test window. Click Next to save your settings.

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2002

Step 1:

Open Outlook 2002 > Click menu Tools > click the button Account > select Add and then > select Mail.

Step 2:

In the display name, enter your name and proceed further by clicking Next. Now type your email address and click the button Next.

Step 3:

Provide the details of the Incoming mail ( IMAP, POP3, or HTTP) server and also of the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) server. For SMTP use SSL and port 465.

Step 4:

In Account Name, enter your username/email address, and in the Password section, enter your password, then click the button Next. Now if you want to import information, choose import, and if you do not want to import the information then choose Do Not Import at this Time and then click the button Next.

Step 5:

Now click the button Finish. Again, click Tools and select Accounts.

Step 6:

Highlight your email in the section, Accounts, and then click the button Properties. Select the tab, Servers, and tick My Server Requires Authentication. And then select Settings.

Step 7:

Click use the same settings as my incoming mail server and then click the button OK. Again, select OK for the properties window.

Conclusion

Domain email outlook configuration is an easy process but needs a bit of time and understanding of the process. Follow these above steps and you will be good to go.

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