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Email Configuration

Outlook 2010 More Settings

Step 6: Outgoing Server
Click the Outgoing Server tab.

If you used Incoming Mail Server settings (server) in prior step, choose Default. If you used Outgoing Mail Server, choose SMTP.

Tick the “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” checkbox. Head over to Advanced tab. Input 110 (non-SSL) or 995 (SSL) as the Incoming server and 2525, 8025 587 or 25 as the non-SSL or TLS Outgoing server (465 and 8465 for SSL Outgoing server).

Untick Test Account Settings by clicking Next button and click Test Account settings.


MINT SMTP

Tick the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and click Log on using. Input mintsmtp as the username and key in the password given by the admin.

Ask for assistance if you don't know the password.

Head over to Advanced tab. Input 110 as the Incoming server and 2525 as the Outgoing server. Select None for the encrypted connection. Select OK.

Untick Test Account Settings by clicking Next button and click Test Account settings.

If port 995 (with SSL) does not work, use 110 (non-SSL) instead.

Other Outgoing (SMTP) Ports

non-SSL 2525, 8025, 587 or 25
TLS Same as non-SSL
SSL 465, 8465

DEFAULT SMTP

Tick the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and click Use same settings as my incoming mail server.. Input mintsmtp as the username and key in the password given by the admin.

Ask for assistance if you don't know the password.

Head over to Advanced tab. Input 110 (non-SSL) or 995 (SSL) as the Incoming server and 2525, 8025 587 or 25 as the non-SSL or TLS Outgoing server (465 and 8465 for SSL Outgoing server).

Untick Test Account Settings by clicking Next button and click Test Account settings.

Outlook will test your settings. Once completed, click Close, and click Finish.

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