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Microsoft Outlook 2013 Configuration

Microsoft Outlook 2013

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Step 1: Open Outlook open the File menu, the select Info, then Account Settings, and finally Account Settings.

Step 2: Click New...

When finished, click "Next".

Step 3: Select Manually setup or additional server types.

Step 4: Select POP or IMAP

When finished, click "Next".

Step 5: Configure the account as follows:

  • Enter your name and e-mail address that were given to you in the User Information section.
  • For the Server Information section enter pop.bdhtek.com for the incoming mail server.
  • Enter smtp.bdhtek.com for the outgoing mail server (SMTP).
  • In the Logon Information section enter your FULL e-mail address as the user name, and the password that was given to you in the password field.
  • The other settings are optional and not required.

Click on the "More Settings" button once you've filled out the above information.

Step 6: Click the More Settings button in the lower right hand corner and on the Outgoing Server tab in the new window, and check the box next to where it says My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.

Step 7: Configure the dialog as follows

  • Click on the Advanced tab in the same window
  • Check the box next to where it says This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL).
  • Where it says Use the following type of encrypted connection, select TLS in the drop down box.
  • In the Outgoing server (SMTP) section enter 587 for the port number.
  • The other settings are optional but BDH Technology recommends:
    • Leave a copy of messages on the server.
    • Remove from server after 1 day.
    • Remove from server when deleted from Deleted Items.

Hit OK, and then Next on the previous window, and then click Finish on the next window.

Click here to go back to the e-mail configuration page.


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