How to setup POP or IMAP email in MS Outlook 2007

This tutorial will allow you to setup your Pipe Ten mailbox with MS Outlook 2007, although the instructions are similar to older versions of MS Outlook so can be used as a guideline.

If you are using email, you should be using SSL

The secure ports for all email clients can be found below and should be used in combination with SSL:

Outgoing Mail Server (SMTPs): Port 465
Incoming Mail Server (POPs): Port 995
Incoming Mail Server (IMAPs): Port 993
Incoming/Outgoing Mail Servers:

If you would like to know more about the differences between IMAP and POP then please see this link.

Steps to take:

  1. In MS Outlook select Tools, Account Settings.
  2. In the Email tab select New…
  3. In the Add New E-mail Accounts wizard window, select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, click Next.
  4. Select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types tick box, click Next.
  5. Select Internet E-mail, click Next.
  6. On the Internet E-mail Settings window, enter your information as per the following example:
  7. User Information

    • Your Name: Your first and last name (John Smith)
    • Email Address: Your full email address (

    Server Information

    • Account Type: Select either POP or IMAP
    • Incoming mail server:
    • Incoming mail server ports:
      • POP
        Secure = 995
        Standard = 110
        Secure = 993
        Standard = 143
    • Outgoing mail server (SMTP):
    • Outgoing mail server ports:
      • Secure = 465
        Standard = 25
        Standard Alternative = 587

    Logon Information

    • Username:  Your full email address (
    • Password: Your password

  8. Click, Next.
  9. Click, Finish.

If you have any further questions please contact support using our usual methods.

If you are experience sending or receiving errors we have a guide for verifying you’re using the correct ports in outlook here.

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