Configuring Outlook 2007 (IMAP)

Please enter your email address details here and press the 'Personalise' button, so that the instructions can be tailored for you.

Recipient@Domain Name
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To use your new mailbox, you will need to configure your email client. The basic information that you will require to do this is as follows :-

Usernameyourname@yourdomain.com
Passwordsupplied initially by us, but can be changed by you
Incoming Mail Servermail.yourdomain.com
Outgoing Mail Servermail.yourdomain.com

If you are using Outlook 2007, you may find the following step by step instructions of use.

  1. Open Outlook
  2. Click 'Tools' (on the toolbar), then 'Account Settings' (from the subsequent drop down menu)
  3. Click the 'New...' button in the Account Settings window
  4. Select the radio button for 'Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP' and press 'Next'
  5. Check the box labelled 'Manually configure server settings...' and press 'Next' button
  6. Select the 'Internet E-mail' radio button and press 'Next'
  7. Enter your name in the 'Your Name' box provided, in the form that you would like the recipients of your mails to see
  8. Enter your email address yourname@yourdomain.com in the 'E-mail Address' box
  9. Select 'IMAP' in the account type drop down menu
  10. Enter the Incoming Mail Server as shown in the table above in the 'Incoming mail server' box
  11. Enter the Outgoing Mail Server as shown in the table above in the 'Outgoing mail server (SMTP)' box
  12. Enter your email address (yourname@yourdomain.com) in the 'User Name' box
  13. Enter your password in the 'Password' box
  14. Ensure that the 'Remember my password' box is ticked
  15. Press the 'More Settings...' button, and go to the Outgoing Server tab. Tick the box which says 'My Outgoing Server (SMTP) Requires Authentication', and then click 'OK'.
  16. Click 'Next' and then 'Finish'

 

 

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