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Is Gmail a POP or IMAP?

Is Gmail a POP or IMAP?

Gmail provides IMAP access to your Gmail account, so you can connect to your email from mobile devices and desktop email clients.

Why can’t I set up Gmail on Outlook?

In order to fix this error, open the Outlook and dismiss the sign-in window. Then click File > Office Account > Account Privacy > Manage Settings. Check the box “Enable optional connected experiences” and hit OK. Restart Outlook and proceed to configure the Gmail account.

What are the Gmail server settings for Outlook?

Enter the following server information:

  1. Incoming Server:
  2. Incoming Port: 993.
  3. Incoming Encryption method: SSL/TLS.
  4. Outgoing Server:
  5. Outgoing Port: 465.
  6. Outgoing Encryption method: SSL/TLS.

What is the Gmail server for Outlook?

Set up IMAP and change your SMTP settings to read Gmail messages in other mail clients, like Microsoft Outlook and Apple Mail….Step 2: Change SMTP & other settings in your email client.

Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server Requires SSL: Yes Port: 993
Password Your Gmail password

How do I configure Outlook for Gmail IMAP?

Add a Google Apps IMAP E-mail Account to Outlook

  1. Sign in to your Gmail account via webmail.
  2. Click the gear icon at the top right of the screen.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Click Forwarding and POP/IMAP.
  5. Select Enable IMAP.
  6. Click Save Changes.

How do I allow Outlook to access my Gmail?

How to Access Gmail With Outlook

  1. Open Outlook and go to File.
  2. Select Add Account. The Add Account window opens.
  3. In the Email Address text box, enter your Gmail email address.
  4. Select Connect.
  5. Enter your Gmail password, then select Connect.
  6. Wait while Outlook connects with your Gmail account.

How do I add a Gmail IMAP account to Outlook?

What are Gmail IMAP and SMTP settings?

Incoming connections to the IMAP server at and the POP server at require SSL. The outgoing SMTP server, , requires TLS. Use port 465 , or port 587 if your client begins with plain text before issuing the STARTTLS command.