macOS: Outlook 2011 (IMAP)

This article will assist you with setting up Outlook 2011, using IMAP, for your Hosted Mailbox.

Warning: Outlook 2011 is no longer a supported mail client.

  1. Launch Outlook, if it's not already open.
  2. From the upper menu, select Outlook -> Preferences



  3. In the next prompt, select Accounts



  4. Within the Accounts dialog, select Other Email



  5. The pop up dialog will require the following:

    Email Address: [email protected]
    Password: Enter your mailbox password.
    User name: [email protected]

    Type: IMAP
    Incoming Server: secure.emailsrvr.com
    Override default port: Checked
    Use SSL to connect (recommended): Checked
    Incoming Server Port: 993

    Outgoing Server: secure.emailsrvr.com
    Override default port: Checked
    Use SSL to connect (recommended): Checked
    Outgoing Server Port: 465



  6. Select Add Account
  7. Within the Accounts dialog. Select More Options under the Outgoing server section



  8. Within the dialog, ensure the following:

    Authentication: Use Incoming Server Info
    Unqualified Domain: Leave Blank



  9. Click OK
  10. Close the Accounts window.
  11. Click Send/Receive. Your email should begin syncing with the server. Please allow up to 15 minutes before troubleshooting.

Don't forget about your other devices! Click here to set up a computer, tablet, or phone.

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