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Follow the steps to mail setup with Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server with your i Phone, Android, Outlook and Windows Phone, and you are receving mails in your device within a minutes.

The SMTP server settings are what's needed to send email from a account.

If you change the FQDN value, and you want internal POP3 or IMAP4 clients to use this connector to send email, the new FQDN needs to have a corresponding record in your internal DNS.

Regardless of the FQDN value, if you want external POP3 or IMAP4 clients to use this connector to send email, the FQDN needs to have a corresponding record in your public DNS, and the TCP port (587) needs to be allowed through your firewall to the Exchange server.

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The certificate needs to match or contain the FQDN value that you specified in the previous step, and the POP3 and SMTP clients need to trust the certificate, which likely means a certificate from a commercial certification authority.

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