Setting up RR email in MS Outlook 2016 shouldn’t be a tedious task, especially if someone knows all the steps pertaining to the same. However, there are a number of RR Email Login users who don’t know anything about setting up an email to another email client. Well, there is no need to feel ashamed, as we today have come with a purpose, i.e., to make all of you familiar with the process of setting up RR mail in Outlook 2016.
Prerequisites to follow before setting up RR email:
- The following instructions are specifically intended for setting up an www RR com Login Mail account in MS Outlook 2016.
- You need to check the Outlook version before following these steps, as following the process for an old version may or may not be successful.
Step 1: Add or Edit email account
- Click ‘File Tab’ followed by ‘Add Account’ to set up a new email account.
- If the email account has been added already, then click ‘account settings’ followed by change settings for this account or set up more connections’ and move ahead to step 4 instead of following step 2 and 3.
Step 2: Setting up a new email account manually
- Select the radio button corresponding to the option named ‘manual setup or additional server types’.
- Click ‘next’.
Step 3: Select email account type
- Select the radio button corresponding to IMAP or POP option.
- Click ‘Next’.
Step 4: Changing an Existing Email Account
- If you have already added RR email account that is configured as well, then you need to click on that account name followed by clicking ‘change’ button. If not, move to step 5.
It is important for you to take a backup before deleting an email account from an email client, as deleting an email account is going to delete all the messages that are associated with it, especially in the case of POP accounts. You will then have to take help of RR com email help and support providers in order to recover those messages.
Step 5: Configure Email Account’s General Settings
- Enter your name as you would like it to appear in emails you send to your contacts.
- Enter your full email address.
- Select POP3 or IMAP in the Account Type. If you want to sync your email across different devices, then choose IMAP.
Incoming mail server
- Use ‘mail.yourdomainname.com when using standard settings (non-SSL).
- Use ‘host.yourdomainname.com’ when using secure settings (SSL).
Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
- Use ‘mail.yourdomainname.com’ in case you are using standard settings (non-SSL).
- Use ‘host.yourdomainname.com’ in case you are using secure settings (SSL).
Username: Enter your full email address here
Password: Enter the password for that email ID
Make sure that you uncheck the option that says ‘require logon using SPA (Secure Password Authentication).
Step 6: Configure Outgoing Email Server Settings
- In order to do it, click ‘more settings’ button followed by ‘outgoing server’ tab.
- The option ‘STMP requires authentication’ needs to be checked.
- Enable option that says ‘use same settings as my incoming mail server’.
- Don’t enable ‘log onto incoming email server before sending mail’. This option will only appear if you have configured the email using POP3.
- Select ‘advanced’ tab followed by selecting ‘more settings’ window.
Step 7: Configure Ports & Encryption
- Incoming server (IMAP): Port 143 for non-SSL and port 993 for SSL/TLS.
- Use the following type of encrypted connection: Select ‘None’ for non-SSL and select ‘TLS’ for SSL/TLS.
- Outgoing Server (SMTP): Enter ‘25’ or ‘587’ for non-SSL and 465 for SSL/TLS.
- Use the following type of encrypted connection: Use ‘None’ for non-SSL and use ‘TLS’ for SSL/TLS.
Step 8: Test the Settings
You can send a test mail to this email ID and see if the email is received or not. Similarly, you can send an email from this email ID to any of your other email accounts. If the email is received, then, that means the email has been properly configured.