Centurylink email settings for Outlook

On this page you find the Centurylink mail settings for Outlook. Follow the step-by-step Outlook guide or use the settings overview with the imap and pop3 server email settings for Centurylink.

Mail settings Centurylink

POP / IMAP pop3
Incoming server pop.centurylink.net
Incoming port 993
SSl (security) incoming ssl
Outgoing server pop.centurylink.net
Outgoing port 143
Requires sign-in yes

Outlook guide to setup Centurylink mail

1 Start Outlook and open 'Account Settings'.

Click on the file tab and in the 'Information' category click on 'Account Settings'

2 Create a new email account.

In the 'Email' tab, click 'New'

3 Enable 'Server Settings' and click Next.

Check 'Server settings'.

4 Select Internet Email Addresses, click Next and enter the following data among user data:

Your name: Your full name.
Email Address: your Centurylink email address.

5 In the box Type Account below Server Information, select pop3 and fill out the following information:

Incoming e-mail: pop.centurylink.net
Incoming port: 993

Outgoing e-mail: pop.centurylink.net
Outgoing port: 143

6 Under Login Information fill in the following settings:

E-mail: your Centurylink email-adress
Password: your Centurylink email-password

Login with security: ssl

7 Congratulations, your account has been added!

Click on 'Test Account Settings'. If everything goes well, click on next and then on finish.

Question and Answer

Have a question regarding your Outlook email setup or think you can help other Centurylink users out? Please comment below!

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    3 years ago
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  • I am working with one of your customers who would like her email configured for Outlook. I prefer the IMAP configuration since she is also receiving her email on her iPhone. What are the IMAP Outlook settings for Century Link? Thank you!

    5 years ago