Email Settings Hotmail / MSN / Live / Outlook.com

Each device depending on the specific software version will ask for a variation of  email provider settings (Manual Setup).  One could contact your email provider’s support team and potentially wait for the response.  Who wants to wait?  No matter how long you have had service through an MSN affiliate or past branding I have all the settings right here.

Microsoft Outlook.com email now provides an application available from each operating systems phone (Apple app Store / Google Play Store). Some devices will require the downloaded outlook.com email application.  Android users take note each manufacturer does have a “native” email application which is accessible from the phone’s settings.  You may register an Outlook account directly from their.

Enter the following pieces of information into your Smart Phone.

Live & Hotmail   POP3  Server

Incoming Server pop3.live.com
Incoming Port 995
SSL ON / YES
Outgoing Server smtp.live.com
Outgoing Port 25 / 587
SSL ON / YES

MSN  POP3 / SMTP

Incoming Server pop3.email.msn.com
Inconming Port 110 / 995
SSL
Outgoing Server smpt.email.msn.com
Outgoing Port 587 / 25
SSL Change to TLS

Outlook.com

Incoming IMAP

Server Port Encryption
imap-mail.outlook.com 993 SSL

Outgoing SMTP

Server Port Encryption
Smtp-mail.outlook.com 587 TLS

Additional Notes

User Name: Windows Live ID (e.g. yourname@hotmail.com)

User Name (complete email address including @msn.com)

Password: password used to sign in to Hotmail or Windows Live service, and MSN

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