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This article shows how to secure outlook connections -
 
Applies to:
Outlook 2007
Outlook 2003
Outlook Express
 
++++++++ Technical details and Standard Email Ports available at the bottom of this article ++++++++
 
Securing Outlook 2007 Step by step:
 
1) Click Tools - Account Settings
 
 
2) Highlight account and click change
 
 
3) Click "More Settings" button
 
 
4) Click advanced tab and check both Secure boxs and set port numbers as follows - click OK
 
 
Securing Outlook 2003 Step by step:
 
1) Click Tools - Email Accounts
 
 
2) Click Next
 
3) Highlight account and click change
 
 
4) Click "More Settings"
 
 
5) Click advanced tab and check both Secure boxs and set port numbers as follows - click OK
6) Click Next and Finish wizard
 
Securing Outlook Express Step by step:
 
1) Click Tools - Accounts
 
 
2) Highlight Account and click Properties
 
 
3) Check both Secure boxs and set port numbers as follows - click OK
 
 
 
Technical details - Standard Email Ports Available:
 
Reccomended secure port settings:
Secure Pop3 with SSL (POP3S = 995)
Secure Imap with SSL (IMAPS = 993)
Secure SMTP with SSL (SMTPS = 25 or 465)
*Outgoing authentication is always required
 
Non-Secure ports available:
Non-Secure Pop3 available (Pop3 = 110)
Non-Secure Imap available (Imap = 143)
Non-Secure SMTP available (SMTP = 25 or 587)
*Outgoing authentication is always required
 
Secure webmail available over HTTPS port 443 
Non-Secure webmail available over HTTP port 80
 

Keywords : security pop3s imaps smtps ssl
Category : Email Hosting - Outlook
FAQ ID : 161
Last Updated : 9/20/2011