Configuring Microsoft Outlook

Quick Overview...

We’ve created setup guide to help you setup your Outlook email client with WebMate hosted email.

Click here for the general WebMate mail settings for all email clients

Detailed Instructions...

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Step 1: Setup
Open Outlook.
Go to Tools in the menu bar and choose Accounts.
This will open the add account assistant.

Click on the plus sign "+" (bottom left of the email setup window) and choose Other Email
from the menu.
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Step 2: Add Account Details
Enter your email address and password.

Username: your full email address

Choose your Account Type POP or IMAP.

info icon POP or IMAP ?
  We recommend using Account Type IMAP as this will sync across all of your devices, you'll be able to add this email account to as many devices as you like.
  If you know that you will only access this email account from this one computer you can choose POP.

   
Incoming server: mail.webmate.me
Port: 995 for POP3 or 993 for IMAP
Override default port: Yes
Use SSL to connect: Yes
   
Outgoing server: smtp.webmate.me
Port: 465
Override default port:  Yes
Use SSL to connect: Yes
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info image When you set the Account Type to IMAP or POP, the Default ports given by the email software will be fine.
Step 3: More SMTP settings

Authentication: User Name and Password
User name: Your full email address
Password: Your email password
Unqualified domain: leave blank

When you're done click OK
Your email account is now set up in Outlook.
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