Outlook - Network Solutions mail setup

Set up Outlook Network Solutions

On this page you'll find the Network Solutions mail settings for Outlook. Besides an overview with the imap and pop3 server mailsettings for Network Solutions, we offer you a comprehensive guide for setting up your Network Solutions email on your Outlook.

The exact steps may vary by version, but all the settings can to be found here. If you don't succeed or you think something is not right, do not hesitate to ask your question at the bottom of the page!

1 Start Outlook, click the File tab and click in the category information Account Settings

2 Click in the tab Email on New.

3 Switch on Server Settings and click Next.

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

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

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

Incoming e-mail: mail.[domain].comIncoming port: 995Outgoing e-mail: smtp.[domain].comOutgoing port: 587

6 Below Login Information fill in the following settings:

E-mail: your Network Solutions email-adressPassword: your Network Solutions email-password Login with security: ssl

7 Click on Test Account Settings. If all goes well, click next and then finish.

Question and Answer

  • I can't login to my e-mail. I keep getting invalid password

    3 weeks ago
  • Why does the Internet warning for certificates keep coming back? I hit "yes" and next but the warning keeps coming back.

    4 weeks ago
  • I am trying to connect an email to a customers account that has a network solutions email address. I have followed through all of these steps and configured the mail servers correctly and it still fails to connect. The domain is a .org so I have tried the incoming and outgoing with both a .org and .com and both are unsuccessful.

    1 month ago
  • I'm trying to add my email "donna@wilsa.com" to outlook 2016 and I get an error message that says "the name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site. It won't let me proceed!

    5 months ago

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Mail settings Network Solutions

POP / IMAP pop3
Incoming server mail.[domain].com
Incoming port 995
SSl (security) incoming ssl
Outgoing server smtp.[domain].com
Outgoing port 587
Requires sign-in yes