US Army email settings for Outlook

On this page you find the US Army 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 US Army.

Mail settings US Army

POP / IMAP imap
Incoming server
Incoming port 993
SSl (security) incoming ssl
Outgoing server
Outgoing port 465
Requires sign-in yes

Outlook guide to setup US Army mail

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 US Army email address.

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

Incoming e-mail:
Incoming port: 993

Outgoing e-mail:
Outgoing port: 465

6 Under Login Information fill in the following settings:

E-mail: your US Army email-adress
Password: your US Army email-password

Login with security: ssl

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

Question and Answer

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

  • So I was wondering if I can get unlimited storage for my email. My email is full and I cant delete any of the emails I need for my job. I'm a 92Y Supply Specialist. Thank you

    1 year ago
  • see mail

    1 year ago
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    1 year ago
  • check email

    1 year ago
  • What's the correct domain for sending an email to a civilian working for the Army? I tried to send an email to someone at Walter Reed Army Medical Center by putting first name.middle initial.last name.civ@mil.mail but it came back saying address not found because the domain mil.mail couldn't be found.

    1 year ago
  • I keep getting a failed error Log onto incoming mail server (POP3): Outlook cannot connect to your incoming (POP3) email server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).

    2 years ago

    2 years ago
  • I need to check my email.

    2 years ago