How to Fix the IMAP Issues in MS Outlook 2013 and Office 365

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All MS Outlooks and some of the Office 365 supports IMAP and with that, it very unlikely to get away without getting a few issues here and there as far as IMAP is concerned. Microsoft Outlook Support Number (1-888-964-8356) is where the customers with the problems get help in regards to item issue, availability inquiries and the use of assertive innovation identified with the outlook. But, first of all let’s have a quick recap of what IMAP does as far as Office 365 and MS Outlook 2013 is at stake. Firstly, with IMAP, you are always able to configure your various email accounts a click. In other words, you are able to set up multiple accounts and access all your accounts right from the desk top.

In order to fix IMAP issue in both MS Outlook 2013 and Office 365, here is a simple step you need to follow.

Step 1: At this first step, you will need to start your Outlook 2013 or Office 365, the go to file and click add account. This is the very first step that you need not to avoid because you cannot proceed when fixing issues without launching both MS Outlook and Office 365. Launching is basically opening and it is the very first step in fixing IMAP issues.

Step 2: This is where you will add server types through a manual set up instructions. Servers are basically the managers of your mail accounts. In that case, you need to select or add the right type of server. As soon as you have chosen the right server, proceed to the next step.

Step 3: Entails going to the POP or IMAP options then click on it. This is basically the step that will lead you to step four. The fourth step will require you to specify the required information available in the account drop down menu. This will give you POP and IMAP account settings.

Step 4: Go to the internet E-mail settings dialog then check on “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”. Then press okay button on your keyboard. This step entails setting up your outgoing server for outgoing emails.

Step 5: Developing from step five, you will be directed to the POP and IMAP account settings window. This is where you will start your email configurations. For instance, you will give specific instructions regarding server time outs, saving options and delete options. As soon as you have selected the right settings, proceed to finish button. You will have solved IMAP issues as far as MS Outlook and Office 365 is concerned.

If the problem is still not getting solved, the client should contact Microsoft Outlook Customer Service (+1-888-964-8356) instantly and report the problem.

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