April 16, 2014

Setting up Your Go Daddy Email with Outlook 2007

If you just bought an email account from GoDaddy.com, you can use their Web-Based Email service to check and manage your email, but if you prefer to use Outlook 2007 for your account, this is how you set it up:

Please note that the steps for setting up email in Outlook depend on whether your email account is a POP or an IMAP account. If you don’t know which one you have, follow these steps to figure it out:

Log in to Workspace Email at http://email.secureserver.net.

From the Help menu, select Email Client Settings.

If you see settings for both IMAP and POP3 servers, you have an IMAP email account. Use the IMAP server when you set up your email program.

If you only see settings for a POP3 server, you have a POP email account. Use this server when you set up your email program.

Once you’ve determined your email account type, please proceed thus:

Open Microsoft Outlook 2007. From the Tools menu, select Account Settings.

Click New.

Enter Your Name, E-mail Address, Password, and password confirmation.

At the bottom, select “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and click Next.

Select Internet E-mail, and click Next.

Enter Your Name and full E-mail Address.

If you have IMAP, select IMAP for your Account Type. If you’re not sure, select POP3. Use these settings for your incoming and outgoing servers, depending on the type of email you have:


Incoming mail server  pop.secureserver.net

Outgoing mail server (SMTP)  smtpout.secureserver.net


Incoming mail server  imap.secureserver.net

Outgoing mail server (SMTP)  smtpout.secureserver.net

Enter your User Name (i.e., your email address) and Password, and select Remember password.

Click More Settings.

Click the Outgoing Server tab. Select My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming server. Select the Advanced tab.

Next to Outgoing Server (SMTP), type 80. Then, click OK.

Click Next.

Click Finish.

And that’s all there is to it! You’re now able to send and receive email via Outlook 2007

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