NBBIT Email Documentation
We reccomend that you print these pages and refer to them as you setup your account.
Setting up email for Outlook 2013 or newer:
Before you begin, you will need to have Outlook already installed on your computer and have an NBBIT-hosted email account
The following screenshots reflect Microsoft Outlook 2013 installed in Windows 10.
Since Microsoft recently changed the email setup process we no longer reccomend that you setup your account via Outlook. Instead, we reccomend that you CLOSE Outlook and setup your account through the Mail icon in the CONTROL PANEL.
On your computer, click the Start Menu button and select Control Panel.
If using Windows Vista, 7, or later, type Mail
into the search box at the top-right of the Control Panel window to quickly find the Mail
icon. Then, click it (or double-click it if necessary).
Windows Control Panel
Click the E-mail Accounts
Mail Setup Overview
Under the E-mail
tab, click the New
Account Settings Window
Select Manual setup or additional server types
and click Next
For Outlook 2007 users, you will instead have to select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP> Next. Then, you will be able to select Manually configure server settings or additional server types > Next.
Auto Account Setup Window
Select the POP3
type of account and click Next
For Outlook 2007/2010 users, select Internet Email > Next.
Account Type Selection
Enter your email account information.
If you do not have this information, contact our offices.
Your POP server and SMTP server is mail.yourdomain.ext. (where yourdomain.ext is your actual domain!)
You will also need to enter the username and password of the mail account that you are trying to setup.
If you do not have that information, contact our offices immediately.
- Your Name
- Enter your first and last name. (A)
- E-mail Address
- Enter your email address. (A)
- Account Type
- Select POP3. (B)
- Incoming mail server
- Type mail.xxxxx.ext for your incoming mail server. (B)
- Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
- Type mail.xxxxx.ext for your outgoing mail server. (B)
- User Name
- Enter your email address, again. Your FULL EMAIL ADDRESS. (C)
- Enter the password you created for your email account. (C)
Check the box for Remember password
if you do not want to enter your password every time you send or receive e-mails from this account.
Then, click the More Settings
Add New Account Window
Go to the Outgoing Server
tab from the top of the new window that opens and check
the box for My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication
and ensure that Use same settings as my incoming mail server
Outgoing Server Tab
Next, go to the Advanced tab.
If you have correctly chosen POP3 as your account type, the server port numbers should be entered automatically, but make sure they are 110 for the Incoming Server and 25 for the Outgoing Server.(if you experience issues sending emails, you can alternately try 465 as the Outgoing Server port number.
ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE "LEAVE A COPY OF MESSAGES ON SERVER" UNCHECKED.
Once completed, click OK.
Advanced Settings Tab
Click the Next
button to test all of the settings you entered.
POP Account Settings Screen
If the test fails, go through the previous steps and double-check all of your settings. If the test is successful, click the Close
Account Settings Test Results
to complete the setup process.
Setup Finish Screen
You may now launch Outlook from the Windows Start menu to begin sending and receiving your e-mails.
you need further assistance, call 800.841.5849 or email