Email Setup Oultook 2007
Posted by Sebastian Lee, Last modified by S2C Staff on 09 July 2016 02:53 PM

POP3 or IMAP Email set up for MS Oultook 2007:

1. Go to Tools/Account Settings/ Youremail@yourdomain.com / Change.  Or Create a new account by selecting New/Microsoft Exchange, Pop3, IMAP, or HTTP/Next/Manually configure server/Next/Internet E-Mail/.

2. The window should look like the one below, where jsmith@jsmithcpa.com.

Note: Select IMAP instead of POP3 if you want IMAP, all other settings are the same.

Service2Client recommends secure connections to our email servers. 

  • Choose POP3 or IMAP
  • POP - An email protocol in which mail is saved in a mailbox on the mail server. When the end user reads the mail, it is immediately downloaded to the client computer and is no longer maintained on the mail server.
  • IMAP - A client/server protocol in which email is received and held by the mail server. IMAP requires continual access to the client during the time that it is working with the      mail server.

Smartermail:

  • POP3 = mail.s2csecuremail.com 
  • IMAP = mail.s2csecuremail.com
  • SMTP = mail.s2csecuremail.com 

Standard Mail:

  • POP3 = dal11.service2client.com 
  • IMAP = dal11.service2client.com  
  • SMTP = dal11.service2client.com 

3. Then click "More Setting" and check the box "My server requires Authentication" and click "Use the same settings as incoming"

4. Then go back and click "Test Account Settings". If you get a green check mark then everything is working. If you get a error then something is set wrong.

5. If you are using your ISP for the SMTP you might need to select PORT 587 as many ISP block PORT 25.

Service2Client recommends secure connections to your email servers. 

  • port 110 TLS / port 995 SSL
  • port 143 TLS / port 993 SSL
  • port 25 (if 25 is closed) use 587 TLS / port 465 SSL

 

Thank you, please call in or Submit a Ticket or ask for Live Support if you have any questions.

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