It may be that while setting up the account in the system the account may not have been setup in a sequential manner as a result of which users may not be able to send and receive mails from the account. In such cases the only fruitful suggestion would be to change the SMTP settings in the Outlook account. For this they can simply follow the below mentioned sequential procedure and get their things instantly done.
Step 1: Open the Outlook account and then select “Info” which is available in the file menu.
Step 2: Users can then select “Account Settings” and then again on “Account Settings” which is available in the drop down menu.
Step 3: Users can then select their mail account as they will require changing it.
Step 4: Users can then enter their email address and then change the Outgoing mail server to mail.smtp2go.com and then click on “More Settings”.
Step 5: Users can then move on to the Outgoing server tab, check on “My Outgoing server requires authentication”, enter the username and password and then click on the advanced tab.
Step 6: Finally users can change their Outgoing server port to 2525 and then select “TLS” and then click on “OK” to get the things done.
There may be many of the users who may be facing some sort of complexity in following the above mentioned steps. Such users can get troubleshooting guidance from the certified technicians by dialing the 24/7 Outlook phone number. Remote technical assistance will be offered to the users to get the things sorted.
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