POP3 Email Settings for Exchange 2013


Active Exchange services, see Add Hosted Services, client software/hardware that supports TLS encryption.


This article lists the POP3 settings for Exchange 2013


Exchange 2013 POP3 Settings

Encryption: SSL encryption is required.
POP3 Port: 995
SMTP Server
SMTP Port: 587
SMTP Encryption: TLS* encryption is required.
SMTP Authentication: Yes, same as incoming server


*Note that the outgoing, SMTP, server uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) to transport mail. Not all mail clients, nor hardware (copiers, scanners) support TLS. TLS in short is a standard protocol that's used to provide secure Web communications on the Internet or intranets. It enables clients to authenticate servers or optionally, servers to authenticate clients. It also provides a secure channel by encrypting communications. TLS is the latest version of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol. If your device does not support TLS we recommend you setup a split domain configuration.

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    Phillip Kenyon

    Diagram/ table is labeled Exchange 2010 is that on purpose?

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