Outlook 2016 - Configure using POP3


In Outlook, select File > Add Account

Select Manual setup or additional server types, then press Next



Select POP or IMAP, then press Next



Now fill in your mailbox settings:


Under User Information

Your name: type a name that you want to appear as being displayed

Email address: your Exchange e-mail address


Under Server Information

Account type: Choose POP3 from the drop-down

Incoming mail server: mail.exchangeserver.net.au

Outgoing mail server: mail.exchangeserver.net.au

Note that after authenticating you may not able to send outbound mail after pressing the Test E-mail Settings button. If that's the case, you may need to use the SMTP server address of your local ISP, eg mail.bigpond.com or mail.optusnet.com.au, etc.


Logon Information

User Name: your Exchange e-mail address

Password: your mailbox password



Now click More Settings > General, and add your Reply Email address and a company or Organization name if applicable.



Next click the Outgoing server tab.

Tick My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication, then select Use the same settings as my incoming mail server



Click the Advanced tab and adjust the settings to the following:

Incoming server (POP3): 995

Next tick This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL/TLS).

Outgoing server (SMTP): 587

Next to Use the following type of encrypted connection choose STARTTLS from the drop-down

The remaining settings are entirely optional and can be adjusted to suit your needs



Click OK then Test account settings



If you receive two green ticks, click Close, Next and Finish