Office 365 includes Exchange Online - an email server/service which manages email communication. 

Learn what kind of  SMTP, POP, or IMP settings you need to use in the custom email client application, custom web bases app, or scanner.

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Microsoft Outlook is an email client application that could automatically connect to Office 365. If in your case you need to connect to Office 365 from another email client, custom app or scanner you will need to use SMTP, POP or IMAP settings for Office 365.

Learn what are Office 365 server settings for email communication.

 

👉 Before your will set up an email client, custom app or scanner to use Office 365 check if your organization does not require MFA. If Multi-Factor Authentication is required contact with Office 365 administrator to choose the most suitable solution to connect with Office 365 mail services.

 

Office 365 SMTP settings

Below you will find detailed Office 365 server SMTP settings:

  • Server: smtp.office365.com
  • Port: 587
  • Encryption: STARTTLS
  • Username: youraccountemail@yourdomain.com
  • Password: YourPassword

 

Office 365 POP settings

Here you have detailed Office 365 server POP settings:

  • Server: outlook.office365.com
  • Port: 995
  • Encryption: SSL/TLS
  • Authentication: Required
  • Username: youraccountemail@yourdomain.com
  • Password: YourPassword

 

Office 365 IMAP settings

Here you have detailed Office 365 server POP settings:

  • Server: outlook.office365.com
  • Port: 995
  • Encryption: SSL/TLS
  • Authentication: Required
  • Username: youraccountemail@yourdomain.com
  • Password: YourPassword

 

Conclusion

Configure email client, web application or scanner using Office 365 SMTP, POP or IMAP settings.