Setup Yahoo Mail in Outlook 2013 for desktop client

Yahoo Mail Outlook Setting
A setup tutorial for Yahoo Mail setup in Microsoft Outlook Desktop client software using IMAP or POP and STMP server settings.

This is complete step by step guide on configuring the Email client — Outlook 2013 for Yahoo Mail.

  • Head to Windows Icon > Control Panel > Mail. Click the Add button to add a new Yahoo Mail account.
  • Create a New Profile with any desired name to save emails into local disc and Click on OK.
  • Click on the “Manual setup or additional server types” radio button at the bottom of the new account window. Then, hit Next.
Manual Setup

Manual Setup

  • Choose POP or IMAP at the next screen and hit Next.
POP or IMAP

POP or IMAP

  • Type in your name and Yahoo mail address under “User Information. Change your Account Type from POP3 to IMAP, and add imap.mail.yahoo.com as your Incoming Mail Server. Type in smtp.mail.yahoo.com as your Outgoing Mail Server(SMTP).
POP and IMAP setting Yahoo Mail

POP and IMAP setting Yahoo Mail

  • Type in your full Yahoo mail address (i.e. example@yahoo.com) and password under Logon Information.
  • Hit the More Settings button and go to the Advanced tab. Under Incoming Server, type 993 and set your encryption from “None” to “SSL“. Under Outgoing Server, type 587 and set your encryption to TLS.
Advance Settings

Advance Settings

  • Head to the Outgoing Server tab of the same window and check the box that says “My outgoing server requires authentication“. Hit OK, and hit Next to complete your account setup.
Advance Outgoing Settings

Advance Outgoing Settings

  • Hit Next button and test the connection.
  • Once the test connection is successful, click Finish button to complete setup. And now Microsoft Outlook 2013 client will open with Yahoo account.
Related:  Yahoo Mail POP3 or IMAP and STMP server settings

Note and Conclusion:

I hope now you are successfully able to setup Yahoo Mail with Microsoft Outlook email client. If you faced any issue, then feel free to comment below.

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