KnowledgebaseEmail HostingSet Up
Back to Set Up

How To Setup IMAP Accounts In Outlook

This article will assist you in setting up your email accounts that you have set up within the Midphase Dashboard account on your PC. This document uses screen shots of setting up an account using Outlook 2010.

First, verify the login details are correct by logging in at The username is your email address. If the password you enter does not work, you will likely need to reset it. Once you are able to log in through your browser, follow the steps below to set up your email in Outlook.

**All pictures are for reference only. The actual layout of your interface may differ from the images below**

STEP 1: Open Outlook

STEP 2: Click on File then Add Account.


STEP 3: Select Manually configure server settings or additional server types:

STEP 4: Click Next

STEP 5: Server Type: Select Internet E-mail and click Next:


STEP 6: Set Internet E-mail Settings

**Please replace John Doe with your name and with your email address**

User Information

Your Name: John Doe
E-mail Address: Your full email address e.g.

Server Information

Account Type: IMAP
Incoming mail server:
Outgoing mail server (SMTP):

Logon Information

User Name: Your full email address e.g.
Password: The password for your email address
Check Remember password

STEP 7: Click More Settings…

Outgoing Server tab
Check box to My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication
Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server

STEP 8: Configure Advanced tab

Incoming server (IMAP): 143

Outgoing server (SMTP): 587

Click OK

STEP 9: Click Next

STEP 10: Click Finish

If you encounter any errors or problems with this process, please contact our technical support department. They will be happy to help resolve any issues you experience.

Related Articles

How To Set Up Your Email Account
How To Create An Email Forwarder
How To Set Up A POP3 Email Account In Outlook
How To Create An SPF Record
How To Enable - Disable Spam Assassin

Can’t Find what you need?

No worries, Our experts are here to help.