Knowledgebase: Google Apps
Setup Google Apps Email account in Outlook 2007
Posted by - NA - on 22 February 2011 12:28 PM
Issue

Need to configure your Google Apps email account into your Outlook 2007


Symptoms

None


Cause

None


Workaround

STEP 1: Open Outlook 2007

STEP 2: Click the Tools menu, and select Account Settings.

STEP 3: Click on the Email tab and click on the New button.

STEP 4: Next select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP and click Next.

STEP 5: On the Auto Account Setup window check the Manually configure server settings or additional server types and click Next.

STEP 6: Select Internet E-mail option and click Next.

STEP 7: Fill in all necessary fields to include the following information:

User Information
Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the From: field of outgoing messages.
Email Address: Enter your full email address (username@yourdomain.com)

Server Information
Incoming mail server (POP3): pop.gmail.com
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.gmail.com

Logon Information
User Name: Enter your username as username@yourdomain.com in the field.
Password: Enter your email password



STEP 8: Upon filling up the details, Click on More Settings

STEP 9: Click on the Outgoing Server tab

STEP 10: Check My outgoing server (SMTP) Requires Authentication

STEP 11: Make sure Use same setting as my incoming mail server is also checked.

STEP 12: Click on OK.



STEP 13: Click the Advanced tab. Enter 995 in the 'Incoming Server' box.



STEP 14: Enter 465 in the Outgoing server (SMTP) box.

STEP 15: Click OK.

STEP 16: Click Test Account Settings. After receiving Congratulations! All tests completed successfully , click Close.

STEP 17: Click Next and then click Finish.


Additional Information

- Configuring Mail Clients for Google Apps

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If you are unable to perform the steps, kindly issue a ticket to our Support Team

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