Configuring Microsoft Outlook For Use With No-IP POP/IMAP Service


This guide will show how to configure your Outlook email client to work with the No-IP POP3 email service.

Step 1: Open Outlook and select “File”, then “Add Account”.

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Step 2: Under “Add New Account” select “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and then click “Next”.

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Step 3: Select “Internet E-mail” and click “Next”.

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Step 4: Fill in all the required information.

  • User Information: Your name should be entered as you want it to appear on the emails you send out. Email address should be the address you’re currently setting up the account for (you@yourdomain.com).
  • Server Information: For the POP3 or IMAP mail server should be mail.noip.com and the outgoing SMTP mail server should be set to mail.noip.com.
    For POP3: port 110 (995 with SSL enabled)
    For IMAP: port 143 (993 with SSL enabled)
    For SMTP: port 587 (465 with SSL enabled -requires authentication)
  • Login Information: The username should be set to the email account you’re going to be retrieving mail from. This is an account you create from the No-IP website when managing mail. The password field should contain the password you created at the same time you created the email account on our site.
    Note: This password can and should be different than the password used to access your No-IP account.

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Step 5: Set Outgoing server to use Authentication. Click “More Settings” and under the “Outgoing Server” tab check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”.

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Step 6: Test new account settings. Push the “Test Account Settings” button to ensure that the new account settings work properly. If you’ve set everything up properly, you should see a box confirming that all the tests were passed. If not, then you’ll have the opportunity to correct the problem. Push “Close” to continue.

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Step 7: Click “Next” to save the new account information.

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Step 8: Click “Finish” to close the wizard.

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