POP Email for MS Outlook 2007

Configuring Outlook 2007 POP Account

Secure Domain Email Customers: If your secure email account with us uses a domain name other than mdofficemail.com, still you need to use mail.mdofficemail.com for incoming and outgoing mail servers.

  1. Step 1: Create your Account (Part 1)
  2. Step 2: Create your Account (Part 2)
  3. Step 3: Manually configure server settings
  4. Step 4: Now Select Internet E-mail
  5. Step 5: Account Settings
  6. Step 6: Outgoing Server Configuration
  7. Step 7: Advanced Configuration
  8. Step 8: Finish the Wizard

This document will help you to configure your Outlook 2007 Email client to work with the mail.mdofficemail.com Secure Email Server.

  • Browse http://officeupdate.microsoft.com
  • Click "Check for updates" before you configure your client to make sure you have the latest updates for your version of Outlook.
    • Problems have been noted with some older releases of Outlook with SSL that have been corrected with the latest service pack downloads from Microsoft.

Step 1: Create your Account

  • Open Outlook 2007.
  • Select "Tools" pull down menu and select "Account Settings"

Step 2: Create your Account (Part 2)

  • Select "New"

Step 3: Check “Manually configure server settings or additional server settings “and click Next.

Step 4: Now Select Internet E-mail using the radio button and click Next.

Step 5: Account Settings

  • Enter the following information:
    1. Your Name: Your Name as you want it to be displayed in outgoing emails.
    2. Email Address: Your Email Address
    3. Incoming mail Server : type mail.mdofficemail.com
    4. Outgoing mail Server : type mail.mdofficemail.com
    5. User Name: Your user-name @mdofficemail.com (or user-name@your domain name, depending on your subscription)
    6. Password: Your MDofficeMail Email Password
  • Leave "Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)" unchecked.
  • Click More Settings.

Step 6: Outgoing Server Configuration

  • Click "Outgoing Server" tab.
  • Make sure that "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" is checked.
  • Click "Advanced" tab

Step 7: Advanced Configuration

  • Check "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" checkboxes for the incoming and outgoing servers.
  • Make sure that you change the "Outgoing server (SMTP)" port to 465, and verify the "Incoming server (POP3)" port is 995.
  • Click "OK."
  • Click "Next".

Step 8: Finish the Wizard

  • Click "Finish" button.
  • You should now be able to send and receive Email.

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