Select Manually Configure server settings or additional server types and click the Next button.
Select Internet email 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 Test Account Settings… button.
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.
Click Next in the Add New Account Window.
Click the Close button to complete the configuration. At this time you should receive a Congratulations! 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 (i.e. Bulk, Drafts, SecureMail) 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 your Aspida Mail account. 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 (Bulk) 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.
When deleting messages out of your Aspida Mail IMAP folders, you will notice that the item is displayed in strikethrough text in the header list. However, the item is not removed from the Aspida Mail IMAP folders until a purge is completed.
With Microsoft Outlook you have 2 options to remove the deleted items from your Inbox view. The first option is to change your view so that the items marked for deletion do not appear. In order to do this complete the following steps:
On the View menu, select Current View, and then click Hide Messages Marked for Deletion.
This will automatically hide all of the items in your Aspida Mail IMAP folders that have been marked for deletion.
If you want to view the items that have been marked for deletion, on the View menu, select Current View, and then click IMAP Messages. This will allow you to view all of your items in your IMAP folders.
The second option to remove the deleted items from your Inbox view is to purge the items from your Outlook account. Purging items will permanently delete any emails that have been marked for deletion. To manually purge delete items:
On the Edit menu, select Purge, and then click Purge Marked Items in (your Aspida Mail IMAP account), shown here as “firstname.lastname@example.org”. This will conduct a purge at that specific point in time. Note that you will have to repeat this process as needed.
If you do not want to manually purge deleted items, Outlook can be set up to automatically purge as you switch between folders. To automatically purge items:
On the Edit menu, select Purge, and then click Purge Options.
Click on the General tab, then under the Purge Options, check the box for Purge items when switching folders while online.
Note: Purging items that are marked for deletion, will permanently delete these items from your Aspida Mail account. These messages will not be able to be restored. Please keep this in mind when selecting a method for dealing with deleted messages.