IMAP and POP settings for USA.NET email account
Here are the steps on how to configure Outlook 2007 to connect to your USA.NET account using POP3 or IMAP, please do the following:
* Click on Tools> Account Settings.
* Under the Account Settings window, click on the Email Tab, click New.
* Select Microsoft Exchange, POP, IMAP, or HTTP > click Next.
* Under the Auto Account Setup, place a check in the box called Manually Configure Server settings or additional types, click Next.
* Select Internet Email, click Next.
Next, fill out the following information:
* User Information
Your Name: Your Name (e.g., Joe Black)
Email Address: email@example.com (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org)
* Server Information
Account Type: POP3 or IMAP
Incoming Mail Server: pop3.postoffice.net or imap.postoffice.net
Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.postoffice.net
* Logon Information
User Name: email@example.com (e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org - This must be your full email address)
Password: USA.NET password
Check the box remember password if you would like the system to remember your password. Please note: requiring your password to be entered each time you open Outlook will ensure your email is better protected and will prevent others from
accessing your email without your consent.
Click on the More Settings button.
* On Outgoing Server tab, check the box My outgoing server (SMTP) requires
authentication and confirm that the radio button Use the same settings as my incoming mail serveris selected.
* On the Advanced tab, choose the following settings:
Incoming server (POP3) > Place a checkmark in the box next to This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) or Incoming server (IMAP) > Place a checkmark in the box next to This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
Outgoing server (SMTP)
Enter port number: 25, 2525 or 465
Use the following type of encrypted connection: Auto
* (For POP3accounts only) On Advanced tab, under Delivery, adjust the settings to meet your requirements.
Click OK. Finally click Next, and then click Finish.
on Feb 16, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows