What is IMAP?
IMAP and POP are two mail protocols to access email. IMAP is the recommended method when you need to access your emails from several different devices, such as phone, laptop, and tablet.
In addition, IMAP is an advanced protocol that allows you to access your email wherever you are, from any device. Moreover, when you access and read an message using IMAP, you’re actually reading it from the email service instead of downloading or storing it on the computer.
IMAP only downloads a email when you click on it as the attachments aren’t automatically downloaded. As a result, you’re able to check your messages faster than using POP.
Do you support IMAP in Outlook?
Yes, we do support IMAP.
However, Check out the following Microsoft’s KB for the guide on how to set IMAP in your Outlook:
Firstly, E-mail Address box –> Your full email address
Secondly, User Name box –> Your full email address
Password box –> Your mailbox’s password
Incoming mail server box –> “mail.”
Outgoing mail server (SMTP) –> “mail.”
Settings & Configurations for Exchange Server (IMAP):
Server Type: IMAP
Incoming Server: exchange.automanage.net
Incoming Server Port (using SSL): 996
Outgoing Server: outlook.automanage.net
Outgoing Server Port (using SSL): 587 — with TLS/SSL
Account name/User name:
Password: Your Exchange account password