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Outlook 2011 (Mac): Set up email

You can always use Workspace Webmail to send and receive email messages. But you also can view your email with an email client.

  1. Open Outlook 2011.
  2. Click the Tools menu, and then select Accounts.
    Click Tools menu, select Accounts.
  3. The next step will depend on whether you have an email account already set up in Outlook.
    If you...Do this...
    HAVE set up an email accountClick + (Add account), and select Other Email...Click +, select Other Email
    HAVE NOT set up an email accountClick Click Other Email buttonOther Email button
  4. In the E-mail Address field, enter your full email address.
  5. In the Password field, enter your email password.
  6. Enter email address and password
  7. In the User name field, enter your full email address.
    Enter email address for User name
  8. Next to Type, select your server type. This information is displayed in your Workspace Email Setup Center.
  9. In the Incoming server field, enter your incoming server address.
    TypeIncoming server address
    Enter incoming IMAP server: imap.secureserver.netEnter incoming POP server: pop.secureserver.net
  10. Enter an incoming server port:
    Port with SSLPort without SSL

    Note: Select Override default port to change the port.

  11. Select Use SSL to connect if you are using a port with SSL.
  12. In the Outgoing server field, enter smtpout.secureserver.net.
    Enter outgoing server: smtpout.secureserver.net
  13. Enter an outgoing server port:
    Outgoing server
    Port with SSL465
    Port without SSL25, 80, 3535

    Note: Select Override default port to change the default port.

  14. Select Use SSL to connect if you are using a port with SSL.
  15. Click Add Account.
  16. Underneath the outgoing server settings, click More Options.
    Click More Options
  17. From the Authentication menu, select User Name and Password.
  18. Enter your full email address, and password.
  19. Click OK.

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