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Setting up Microsoft Outlook as Your Email Client

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This article shall guide you how to configure an Email Account in Microsoft Outlook.

  1. To create a new account in Microsoft Outlook, first go to the tab 'Tools' and choose 'Account Settings' from the drop-down menu as shown below.
  2. Figure One

  3. Click the 'Email' tab and then click 'New' in the new window as shown below.
  4. Figure Two

  5. Upon doing so a pop-up window called 'Auto Account Setup Window' will appear where you need to fill in necessary details like 'Your Name', 'Email Address', 'Password' and 'Retype Password' as shown below and click 'Next'.
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  7. Under User Information, fill in 'Your Name and 'E-mail Address' as shown below.
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  9. Under Server Information fill in the name for the 'Incoming and Outgoing Mail Server' details as received from 'Batoi Support' as shown above.
  10. Under Logon Information check 'Remember Password' and click 'Next' button as shown above.
  11. Upon clicking 'Next' you shall receive a pop-up message as shown below.
  12. Figure Five

  13. Check 'Don't ask me about the website again' and click on 'Allow' button to proceed further.
  14. Upon clicking 'Allow', Outlook will start configuring the e-mail server settings as shown below.
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  16. During the e-mail server configuration process, you shall receive a a pop-up message as shown below.
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  18. Click on the 'View Certificate' button. Upon doing so the 'View Certificate' pop-up will appear. Click on the button 'Install Certificate' as shown below.
  19. Figure Eight

  20. Upon clicking the 'Install Certificate' button, a pop-up 'Certificate Install Wizard' will appear. Click Next > Next > Finish' button on the next screens to import the certificate to your local system.
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  22. After the successful import of the certificate, a pop-up message will appear as shown below.
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  24. Click on 'OK' button as shown below. You shall then receive a message saying that your email account is successfully configured.
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  26. Click on 'Finish' and then 'Close' on the next window that appears on the screen.
  27. Figure Twelve

You are done with..

Enable Secure SSL Connections for an Existing Email

NOTE: Here we assume that you have already followed the basic instructions as mentioned above to set up Microsoft Outlook as your Email client.

  1. Go to the tab 'Tools' and choose 'Account Settings' from the drop-down menu as shown below.

    Figure One

    The 'Email Accounts' window appears as shown below. Select and double click the email ID for which you want to enable secure SSL connection as shown below.
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  3. Upon doing so the 'Internet E-mail Settings' window for that Email account will appear as shown below. Under Server Information fill in the name for the 'Incoming and Outgoing Mail Server' details as received from Batoi Support. Then click on More Settings.
  4. Figure Fourteen

  5. Select the 'Advanced' tab as shown below
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  7. Change the Incoming Server for 'IMAP' to '993' and for 'POP3' to '995'. Change the Outgoing Server 'SMTP' to '465'. Select 'SSL' from the drop down menu for 'Use the following type of encrypted connection' for both the Incoming and Outgoing Server as shown below.
  8. Figure Sixteen

  9. Click 'OK'
  10. Click 'Next>Finish' and then 'Close'.

You are done with. Try sending yourself a test e-mail message to make sure it works.



Updated on Nov 11, 2015

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