Frontier mail can be easily configured on MS outlook 2016 if all the steps for configuration are properly performed. The steps are related to each other so you must implement them in the same sequence.
Frontier mail works perfectly with outlook 2016 provided all steps must be performed on your device. Today, we are going to discuss the steps to configure Frontier mail in MS outlook 2016. If you find any problem, you can call at Frontier support.
Adding or editing a Frontier email account:
- To set up a frontier account, you need to click on ‘File’ option from the top of the screen. Go to ‘Add an account’ to MS outlook platform.
- If the frontier email has been already configured on the system, then click on ‘Account settings’ menu and then on ‘Setup more connections’.
Setting up a new account on your own:
- Go to account setup link and click on ‘Manual setup’. Select the type of servers and click the radio button given next to the server settings.
- Tap ‘Next’.
- Select type of account you want to create. You can create either IMAP or POP3 type account depending on your preference.
- Click ‘Next’.
Changing the already configured account:
To change or alter the already configured account, you need to go to ‘change’ option
It must be remembered that deleting the account will delete all data from it so you must take backup of important files first. To get help for backup, you can call at Email support provider number.
Configuring the general settings of frontier mail account
- Enter your name which you want to get displayed on the screen when someone receives mail from you.
- Enter your frontier email ID.
- Select type of account. You can select IMAP if you want to sync the mail on all devices.
Incoming Email server: In case of non- SSL, enter mail along with the domain name of your server. In case of SSL, you need to enter the hostname.
Outgoing mail server: Same is the case with the outgoing server. The domain name must be preceded by hostname in case of SSL server type.
Username: This is the email address of your account.
Password: Enter the same password you use to login to your account earlier.
Configuring outgoing server settings:
- Open ‘More’ settings from the ‘Advanced’ settings page. Click on ‘Outgoing’ servers.
- Click on option namely ‘SMTP requires authentication’.
- For other options click on the checkbox given before ‘Use same settings as my incoming server’.
- Disable option which says ‘Log onto incoming mail server’.
- Select ‘Advanced’ followed by ‘More settings’.
Configure port and encryption
- The port number for IMAP server is 143 and for SSL type the port number is 993.
- For non-SSL use none encryption type and for SSL connection use ‘TLS’.
- Server port number for an outgoing port is 587 for non-SSL and for SSL it is 25.
Check the settings if these are working or not
After successfully configuring the settings, check whether these are working or not. You can check them by sending a test mail to your friend or to your own. If you receive it successfully, then it means the settings are OK.