Start Microsoft Outlook and Go To the File tab and click the Add Account button.
Select Manual Setup or additional server types and click the Next button.
Select POP or IMAP and click the Next button.
In the User Information section.
In the Server Information section.
In the Logon Information section.
Click the More Settings… button to configure additional Internet email Settings.
Click the Outgoing Server tab and select the My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication setting.
Click the Advanced tab and make the following changes.
Click OK to complete the configuration of the additional internet email settings.
Click the Next button to test the account settings.
If you configured all the settings properly then you should receive a Completed status for the incoming and outgoing test. Click Close to dismiss the Test Account Settings window.
At this time you should receive a You’re all set! message indicating that the account was successfully added.
Click Finish to close the Add New Account window.
Subscribing to Folders
By default when you add a new Aspida Mail IMAP account to Microsoft Outlook the following folders are automatically created/subscribed.
If some of the folders are not automatically subscribed to, you can add them manually. In order to do this you must complete the following steps:
Open Outlook and right click on one of your Aspida Mail account folders. Click on IMAP Folders…in the menu options.
In the IMAP Folders dialog click the Query button to generate a list of all IMAP folders.
In the Folders list click each of the unsubscribed folders and click the Subscribe button. Once you have subscribed to all the IMAP folders you will see a folder icon next each to each folder. Click the OK to close the dialog.
You should now see all the folders under your Aspida Mail account in Microsoft Outlook.
Note: The Bulk IMAP folder is your personal quarantine. This is where Aspida Mail places messages that it detects as possible spam. Subscribing to this folder enables you to monitor your quarantined email to make sure that none of them are actually legitimate email that were mistaken for spam.