Outlook 2010 on Windows Configuration

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Configuring Outlook 2010 on Windows

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Launch Outlook 2010

Launch Outlook, and if this is a new set up you will see an introductory screen. Click on Next.

Outlook 2010 - Account Configuration

In the E-mail Accounts window, by default the Yes option should be selected. If not, select Yes and then click on Next.

Outlook 2010 - Auto Account Setup

In the Auto Account Setup window, select Manually configure server settings or additional server types and click on Next.

Outlook 2010 - Choose Service

Select Internet E-Mail (the first option) then click Next.

Outlook 2010 - Internet E-mail Settings

The next screen will display and ask for your mail account information. Proceed with the following changes.

  1. Under the User Information heading, enter your first and last name in the Your Name: text field
  2. In the text field E-mail Address:, enter your full email address
  3. Under Server Information heading, update the Incoming mail server: text box to: zimbra.real-time.com
  4. In the Outgoing mail server (SMTP): text box, enter: zimbra.real-time.com
  5. Under the Logon Information heading, update the User Name: text box to use your full email address
  6. Place a check in the box next to Remember Password
  7. Click on the More Settings... button in the lower right corner

Outlook 2010 - Outgoing Server

A new floating window will appear called Internet E-mail Settings. Click on the second tab, Outgoing Server.

  1. Place a check in the box labeled My Outgoing Server (SMTP) requires authentication
  2. Make sure the option labeled Use Same settings as my incoming mail server is selected
  3. Click on the Advanced tab

Outlook 2010 - Advanced

The following settings need to be updated.

  1. Under the heading Server Port Numbers, place a check in the box labeled This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
  2. This should update the Incoming server (POP3): port number to 995 (enter 995 if this does not automatically update)
  3. In the text box labeled Outgoing Server (SMTP): enter in the following number: 465
  4. The dropbox labeled Use the following type of encrypted connection: select SSL
  5. Click on OK

Outlook 2010 - Add New Account, Next

This will take you back to the earlier window called, Add New E-Mail Account. Click on Next.

Outlook 2010 - Finish

Click on the Finish button.

Outlook 2010

The setup of Outlook 2010 is now complete.


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