last update Nov 13, 2018


 

Setting Frontier Email SMTP in Outlook 2010
 

Step 1:- Initially launch Outlook 2010 and click File then Info and then Account Settings

Step 2:- Then click Account Settings on the Account Settings drop down menu

Step 3:- Under the Email tab needs to click the account that the user wish to update and then click Change

Step 4:- Then perform the following steps to configure the settings

  • In the User Information section the user need to enter his or her name for the Your Name field and enter the Frontier email address in the Email Address field

  • In the  Server Information section he or she needs to select POP3 as the Account Type, enter pop3.frontier.com for the Incoming Mail Server (POP3) and enter smtp.frontier.com for the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)

  • Then Click More Settings

Step 5:- In the General tab the user need to enter a name for the Mail Account, such as the Frontier email address, pop3.frontier.com or Frontier and then click the Outgoing Server tab

Step 6:- Then select My Outgoing Server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use the same settings as my incoming mail server and click OK

Step 7:- Then click Next and then Finish

Step 8:- To enable SSL encryption:

  • First Click File then Account Settings

  • Then Click Change

  • Make sure that the user have pop3.frontier.com for the incoming server and smtp.frontier.com for the outgoing server

  • Click More Settings and Advanced tab

  • For the outgoing mail server type 465 and Check the box next to this server requires a secure connection (SSL)

  • For the incoming mail server type 995 and Select SSL from the drop down menu next to Use the following type of encrypted connection

  • Click OK then Next then Finish

Step 9:- Finally follow the instructions for Microsoft Outlook in Enable SMTP authentication.

 

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