Office 365 Server Settings: SMTP, POP, IMAP Settings

Are you looking for the Office 365 server settings to Setup Office 365 account in some email clients like Outlook? If yes then you are at the right place, here we has mentioned each and every Office 365 server setting that is required to setup Office 365 Mailbox in some Email Client

Office 365 SMTP settings

Use the Office 365 SMTP Settings given below to configure your account. SMTP Settings are used to send emails from Office 365 using Email Client. With using the settings given below you will be able to send 10,000 emails/day and 30 messages/min. If you need more then you will have to use SMTP Relay.

  • Server name: smtp.office365.com
  • Encryption method: SSL/TLS
  • Port: 587
  • SMTP authentication: ticked
  • Authentication: enter your password

In case if you have enabled the Multi Factor Authentication then you would not be able to use the normal password for Office 365 SMTP Settings. You will have to use App Password for that purpose. If MFA is disabled then you will not have any problem in setting up your account.

Office 365 POP settings

POP and IMAP Settings are used to receive office 365 emails. Please use the POP settings given below to setup the account.

  • Server name: outlook.office365.com
  • Encryption method: SSL
  • Port: 995

Office 365 IMAP settings

  • Server name: outlook.office365.com
  • Encryption method: SSL
  • Port: 993

If you receive connection time out error message while setting up Office 365 account then it indicates that the port is blocked in the firewall settings.

Conclusion:

In this article we have described the different settings required to setup the Office 365 account in any of the Email Client like Outlook, Thunderbird and Apple mail etc. Hope the information given is helpful for you. If you have any doubt or if you need any other information then please comment below. We would be happy to help you.

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