Yahoo Business Mail Pop Settings Overview

The two email protocols, Post Office Protocol and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, are responsible for managing an email account from some other mail account. The function of POP is to help a user in checking Yahoo Business Email Outlook’s or Thunderbird’s desktop email program. After following the steps mentioned below you will be able to view and reply to your Yahoo Business mail from some other account. In this article we have selected Outlook Express. Similar procedure has to be followed for Microsoft Outlook and for Thunderbird as well. Follow the steps to serve the purpose of viewing emails on another account.


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    Although the settings are standard, but you must verify them from your Email Control Panel.

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    To do so, On your yahoo email tab, click on Additional Options.

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    The settings displayed on your screen are the POP/SMTP settings.

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    In order to set your business emails by managing POP, enter the below mentioned POP and SMTP settings:

    - For Business Email settings in Incoming mail (POP3) server field, type:
    - Use SSL, port: 995
    - In Outgoing mail (SMTP) server field type:
    - Use SSL, port: 465, and use authentication
    - In the Account name/user name field type: Your Business Email address
    - Email address: Your Business Email address
    - Password: Your Business Email password

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    After opening your Outlook, click on Tools and select Accounts from the drop down menu.

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    A small window will appear on your screen with a few tabs. Select the All tab and click on Add.

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    Click on Menu in the Add button and the Display Name field will appear on your screen. Enter your name and click Next.

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    In the Email Address field enter your business email address and click Next.

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    A screen with the title of Email Server Name will pop on your screen in which you will have to select and enter the information stated below:

    For Server type select "POP3"
    In the "Incoming Mail (POP3, IMAP, or HTTP) Server" field select ""
    In the "Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server" Enter ""

    Then click Next.

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    On the login information screen you will have to enter the name of your account and the password.

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    Check Remember Password only and then click Next.

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    In the end a confirmation message will be displayed on your screen. Lastly, click Finish.

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    In the Internet Account Window you will have to select, which is under All. Then click the Properties button.

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    A new window will appear on your screen. Click the Server tab and check My server requires authentication.

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    Then in the similar window, click Advance tab make similar changes as shown in the image and then click Apply.

    In the end you will have to click OK and then close the window.

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