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Outlook for Mac IMAP configuration

Written by Jay Cihla on . Posted in Configuring Mail Clients

How to setup your zMailCloud account in Outlook for Mac using IMAP:

Open Outlook and go to Tools > Accounts.  In the Add an Account window, select E-mail Account:

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In the Account Information window, enter your account details:

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E-mail address: your full zMailCloud email address
Password: your zMailCloud account password
User name: your full zMailCloud email address
Type: IMAP

Incoming server: yourcustomaddress.zmailcloud.com  If you are unsure what your custom server address is, please contact your Administrator or email us at support[at]zmailcloud.com

Override default port: checked
Port: 993
SSL: checked

Outgoing Server: yourcustomaddress.zmailcloud.com
Override default port: checked
Port: 587
SSL: checked

Click Add Account once finished entering your account details.

In the account overview screen (under Outgoing Server Settings), select More Options:

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In the More Options window, configure your outgoing settings:

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Authentication: User Name and Password
User name: your full zMailCloud email address
Password: your password
Unqualified domain: leave blank

Click OK once finished.

Click on the Red button in the upper left corner to close the accounts window and return to the main Outlook window:

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Congratulations! You have configured Outlook for Mac to sync with your zMailCloud account. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please submit a ticket.

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