How do I setup my Verizon email on outlook?

How do I setup my Verizon email on outlook?

The SMTP settings, which allow you to send email, must be input correctly.

  1. Launch Outlook 2010.
  2. Click the “File” tab, then “Add Account.”
  3. Click “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and “Next.” Click “Next” again.
  4. Enter your name and your Verizon email address in the provided boxes.

Is Verizon Mail POP or IMAP?

Configure POP and IMAP settings for AOL Mail accounts

Protocol Server Settings
POP 3 Incoming mail server (POP3): Outgoing mail server (SMTP):
IMAP Incoming mail server (IMAP): Outgoing mail server (SMTP):

What are the Verizon email settings?

Verizon Email SMTP Settings

  • SMTP Server Address:
  • Secure Connection: SSL.
  • SMTP Username: your full email address ([email protected])
  • SMTP Password: your account password.
  • SMTP Port Number: 465 (SSL)
  • Verizon IMAP Settings.
  • Verizon POP3 Settings.
  • Verizon Email SMTP Settings.

Is Verizon having problems with email?

Verizon has retired our email service. We have completed our notifications regarding this change, and customers no longer have the option to keep their email address or extract and move their data to another service provider.

Where can I find the server settings in Outlook 2013?

Outlook 2013: How do I find my server settings?

  1. Click on the File tab to open your Account Information.
  2. Select Account Settings.
  3. Double-click on your Email account.
  4. Now you can find your Account Type, Incoming Mail Server and User Name.

What is the SMTP server for Verizon net?
SMTP Server: Port: 465.

How do I get my Verizon email?

For email through AOL, access your mail by going to For email through Yahoo, access your mail by going to

What happened to my Verizon email account?

What is happening? Verizon is shutting down their email service but they are offering to move you over to AOL so you can keep your existing email address. You will still have your address if you opt-in to this change, but instead of Verizon handling your email, you’ll be using AOL’s system.