How to Set up Yahoo Email in Microsoft Outlook?

How to Set up Yahoo Email in Microsoft Outlook?

It’s not that easy to setup an account in MS Outlook as there are several settings to be done for this. You are required not to worry as there is a solution for this issue. Here you can get the complete process with instruction and you are required to follow each and every step to resolve the issue. It might be a possibility that you may confront some problems while following the process and for that, you can consult to the Yahoo Tech Support Number where certified technicians will assist you in resolving the issues without any hassle.

Process for setting up Yahoo Email account to MS Outlook.

You can add any of your accounts whether it is Rocket Mail and Y Mail email addresses, you have to just configure your account to Outlook.

 

Outlook configuration varies a lit bit for POP and IMAP. So here is the complete process of setting up an account of Yahoo in Outlook-

In the beginning, you are required to launch Outlook 2013. In the File Menu, you are required to click on Add Account button which appears on the account information screen.

Now you have to just setup the servers manually and for that, you have to click on the “Manual Setup or Additional Server Types” option. By doing that you will be prompted advanced settings and you need to specify Yahoo’s email servers and port settings.

Now you have to select either “POP or IMAP” option. It is different for the incoming server otherwise it is same either POP or IMAP.

In the User Information section you have to enter your name and email address and in the Logon Information section, you have to enter your full email address and your password you use for accessing Yahoo Email account.

If you want to setup a POP account, then select “POP3” and type “pop.mail.yahoo.com” in the Incoming Mail Server field.

If you want to set up an IMAP account, then you are required to select “IMAP” and type “imap.mail.yahoo.com” in the Incoming Mail Server field instead.

After that, you have to type “smtp.mail.yahoo.com” in the Outgoing Mail Server field and then click on the “More Settings” button.

 

It’s time to click on the “Outgoing Server” tab in the Internet Email Settings window and after that click on the check box to specify that the outgoing mail server requires authentication for the account you are configuring. There is no need to fill up outgoing mail server fields as Yahoo Mail’s outgoing mail server uses the same settings as the incoming mail server.

Here you have to click on the “Advanced” tab where you have to enter For a POP account use “995” as the Incoming Server port number and For an IMAP account, use “993.”

After that, you need to click on the first check box to specify that the incoming server uses an encrypted SSL connection.

Now it’s time to enter the port number “465” in the Outgoing Server (SMTP) field and then you have to select “SSL” as the default encrypted connection type.

Now you are required to select the delivery options which you want to use the account and then click on “OK.”

To connect with the Yahoo now you have to click on the “Next” button and wait for few seconds for Outlook to connect to your Yahoo Mail account. After the successful connection, close the window.

Now your connection with the Outlook is ready and you can send and receive an email from Outlook on your Yahoo Account.

As descripted above, you can sort out the issue by following the steps in a proper manner and if you face any issue while following then there is another option to resolve the issue through Yahoo Customer Support Number where you can get the help from certified experts who will handle each and every problem in an easy way and provide you a perfect solution without any delay

 

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