Mail Outlook 2010+

Setting up a new POP email account in Microsoft 2010 and higher.
Use the Start menu to start Outlook 2010. If you’ve never used Outlook before, it will prompt you to create a new account. In that case, skip ahead to step 2.

If you have previously used Outlook and it doesn’t prompt you, click the File tab, then the Add Account button

Add account

The “Auto Account Setup” screen appears.
When this window appears, leave the spaces empty, choose the Manually configure server settings or additional server types option, then click Next.

Manually Configure

The “Choose Service” screen appears. Choose Internet E-mail, then click Next.

Choose service type POP

The “Internet E-mail Settings” screen appears. “Your Name” is the name that other people will see when you send them e-mail. It should usually be your real name, such as John Smith or Barbara Jones. Enter your Cyber Perk account details as shown below. For “Account Type”, choose POP3. Please use your name, E-Mail address and password. Do NOT enable anything that is not checked below.

Your details here

Do not click “Test Account Settings” or “Next” yet; they will not work until you complete the next steps.
Click “More Settings”. A new “Internet E-mail Settings” window appears. Choose the “Outgoing Server” tab. In the “Outgoing Server” tab, check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and make sure “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” is selected

Outgoing server Authentication

Click the “Advanced” tab.
Change the “Outgoing server (SMTP)” port number from 25 to 587.

Outgoing server port

Click on “OK”

Test the settings. Click Next. Outlook will test the settings, then should tell you that “all tests completed successfully”


If Outlook tells you a test failed, double-check to be sure you have entered the settings correctly. If the “Test Account Settings” window is still open, click Close to continue. Click Finish to finish the wizard.

Outlook setup is complete
You’re finished! Try sending yourself a test e-mail message to make sure it works.