Microsoft Smtp Server Settings

POP, IMAP, and SMTP settings for Outlook.com If you want to add your Outlook.com account to another email program that supports POP or IMAP, here are the manual server settings you'll need. Choose Alert Settings. Enable email alerts and specify the SMTP Server and the email address to use for sending emails. If your deployment is configured to use SSL, then select the second checkbox and enter a certificate. See also Setting up HTTPS with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).

SMTP Password: (your Office365 password) Also make sure that your: 'From' email in HESK settings (General tab) is set to your Office365 email address 'From' name in HESK settings (General tab) is NOT set to an email address - Microsoft security policies will reject sending emails if the From name is an email address » POP3 fetching.

Many services and apps require some kind of email server in order to send you email notifications, warnings, errors. Windows Server 2012 doesn`t pack Exchange Server with it, but there is simple solution for sending emails from Windows Server 2012 and here is the tutorial for setting it up.

Prerequisite for this tutorial is installed IIS with IIS 6.0 Management Tools

Search Server Manager click on Server Manager

Click on Manage Add Roles and Features Next

Role-based of feature-based installation Next

Select server Next

Next (Select Web Server and all under Management tools if you don`t already have IIS installed)

Select SMTP Server under Features

New Window will pop-up Add Features

Next

Install

Success Close

Back to search – enter IIS and then click on Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 Manager

Expand your local server and right click on SMTP click on Properties

General tab IP address – select local machine IP address and enable logging Apply

Access Tab click on Connection button

Click on Only the list below Add

Enter IP of the computer you want to be able to access to SMTP service (you will define all local IPs here that you want to access your SMTP)

OK

Now, back to Access tab click on Relay button

Same procedure as for Connection OK Apply

Delivery tab click on Advanced button

Under fully-qualified domain name enter name of external mail server. If you have the need – you`ll also enter smart host name. After you’re done – OK Apply OK

Last stop is the firewall

Enter Firewall in search select Windows Firewall with Advanced Security

!In some scenarios, you`ll also have to define Outbound Firewall Rule (same procedure as described here for inbound rule)

Right click on Inbound Rules New Rule

Select Port Next

TCP Specific Local ports: enter 25 Next

Allow the connection Next

I`ll open my SMTP port to all instances, Public interface is not recommended, so choose wisely and think about what you want to achieve. This is my test lab, so I don`t have any security issues with it and want to test some scenarios. Next

Write the Name and description for your rule Finish

Rule is created

Go to Control Panel Administrative Tools Services find Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and set startup to Automatic (right click on it – Properties – Startup Type – Automatic)

Restart service (or even better – server is you can) and test your SMTP with application or service you want notifications from.

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Microsoft Smtp Server Settings

Applies to: Exchange Server 2013

If you have users who use POP3 or IMAP4 to connect to their Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 mailboxes, they need to know the correct server settings to connect. After a default Exchange 2013 installation, your users can't look up their own incoming POP3 or IMAP4 server settings or outgoing SMTP server settings. However, you can configure Exchange so that your users can look up their own settings using Microsoft Outlook Web App.

After you perform these procedures, your users can look up their server settings in Outlook Web App as follows:

  1. In Outlook Web App, click Settings > Options.

  2. In Options, click Account > My account > Settings for POP or IMAP access.

For additional information related to POP3 and IMAP4, see POP3 and IMAP4 in Exchange Server 2013.

What do you need to know before you begin?

  • Estimated time to complete: 5 minutes.

  • Procedures in this topic require specific permissions. See each procedure for its permissions information.

  • For information about keyboard shortcuts that may apply to the procedures in this topic, see Keyboard shortcuts in the Exchange admin center.

Tip

Having problems? Ask for help in the Exchange forums. Visit the forums at Exchange Server.

Use the Shell to allow POP3 and IMAP4 users to view their incoming POP3 and IMAP4 settings in Outlook Web App

You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure or procedures. To see what permissions you need, see the 'POP3 settings' and 'IMAP4 settings' entries in the Clients and mobile devices permissions topic.

This example allows external POP3 server settings to be viewed by end users.

For detailed syntax and parameter information, see Set-PopSettings.

This example allows external IMAP4 server settings to be viewed by end users.

Settings

How To Find Your Smtp Server Address

For detailed syntax and parameter information, see Set-ImapSettings.

To apply these changes, you must restart IIS. You don't need to restart the POP3 services. To restart IIS, from a command prompt, enter the following:

How do you know this worked?

To verify that you've configured Exchange to allow users to view their POP3 server settings:

  1. Run the following command in the Shell.

  2. Verify that the ExternalConnectionSettings property is set.

To verify that you've configured Exchange to allow users to view their IMAP4 server settings:

Microsoft Smtp Server Settings
  1. Run the following command in the Shell.

  2. Verify that the ExternalConnectionSettings property is set.

Use the Shell to allow POP3 and IMAP4 users to view their outgoing SMTP settings in Outlook Web App

You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure or procedures. To see what permissions you need, see the 'Receive connectors' entry in the Mail flow permissions topic.

This example allows internal and external SMTP server settings to be viewed by end users using Outlook Web App.

For detailed syntax and parameter information, see Set-ReceiveConnector.

How do you know this worked?

To verify that you've configured Exchange to allow users to view their SMTP server settings:

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  1. Run the following command in the Shell.

  2. If the AdvertiseClientSettings property is set to true, users can view their SMTP server settings in Outlook Web App. If AdvertiseClientSettings is set to false, users can't view their SMTP server settings in Outlook Web App.

For more information

Microsoft Online Smtp Server Settings

After you make it possible for end users to view their POP3, IMAP4, and SMTP settings, you may also want to:

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