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When do I link my Office365 email?
Browse to Account Preferences > E-mail Preferences. Make sure that the email that you added to "Email sent as" in your account preferences is the same email that you are trying to synchronize with your outbound server for synchronization to work. When the " E-mail sent as " e-mail differs from the e-mail that you are trying to synchronize next to the sending server, you must modify the e-mail that you want to synchronize or the e-mail that was added next to " E-mail sent as ".
In order to refresh the email addresses listed in your "Email Sent As" section, you can go to your Accounts Preferences > "Edit My Accounts Information" and change the email addresses next to "Email Address". When you use Office365 via GoDaddy, try to connect your outbound server to these settings:
The godaddy symtp and your iv?
It' taken a while, but my phone now works either with Either Ether via Kox communication or via the AT&T 3g ethernet (Cox is blocking port to maintain its dependency and trying to make you use its email). First I thought I had typed all the information I could, and second, although I knew there should be more outbound ("SMTP") information, it wasn't clear how/where to type it.
Once you have typed in your pop account information and your incoming mail server information, you will need to re-type the information for your sending server (this was not apparent the first time): Click on the "SMTP" screen at the "Outgoing mail server" site (if you have already synchronized with Microsoft Outlook, your incoming mail server may already be registered as "smtpout.secureserver.net").
Click on the Primary Server checkbox on the next page (it may already be completed as: "smtpout.secureserver.net"). Your host name ("smtpout.secureserver.net"), 2. your user name (firstname.lastname@example.org), 3. your pass code, 4. switch "Use SSL" to "On", 6. change the server port to 465.