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Email communication is an essential part of our lives now, but sometimes we lack the features of email services. Are you also worried about the same? Then you are at the correct place.
Here, we will discuss Verizon, an all-rounder about email services. You can easily configure a Verizon account into either your Outlook or any other 3rd party emailing client; it will help you access all the emails in one place without switching any ports or accounts.
So let us move ahead and run this article and learn a lot more about Verizon and the setup of the same.
Verizon typically retired its email services long back in 2017 for all its customers. That was quite a user-friendly and features-rick email service that was very loyal to its customers. Still, in today's time, many customers are using it, and those are the ones who want to avoid getting shifted to any other email provider. However, Verizon allows customers to configure Verizon in other 3rd party email accounts, where they can easily access all of their emails in one place. But for this, you must be aware of Verizon's configuration and mail server settings. In the following sections, you can quickly review the settings to configure Verizon in 3rd party email accounts or mail application.
Remember that there are three ways mail server settings are used in verizon.net email settings, including IMAP and POP3 (used for incoming serve) and SMTP settings (used for outgoing server).
SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, which dictates rules to the servers for sending emails online. This is a standard protocol used by the outgoing email servers the most.
POP stands for Post Office Protocol; this downloads the incoming emails to your mobile devices and desktop mail apps. This is a widely used setting for the mail application these days.
IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol, also used for receiving emails. The IMAP account helps store your emails on the servers rather than downloading them.
Below described are the IMAP, POP3, and SMTP server settings for confusing any Verizon.net email account or mail application:
Account Type: IMAP
IMAP Server Name: imap.aol.com (for Verizon AOL) / incoming.yahoo.verizon.net (for Verizon Yahoo)
IMAP security Encryption: SSL
IMAP Server Port Number: 993
IMAP Username: Your email address is your username here.
IMAP Password Settings: Your verizon.net app password
Account Type: POP
POP Server Name: pop.verizon.net (for Verizon AOL) / incoming.yahoo.verizon.net (for Verizon Yahoo)
POP Security Encryption: SSL
POP Server Port Number: 995
POP3 username: Your email address is your username here.
POP3 password Settings: Your verizon.net app password
Account Type: SMTP
SMTP Server Name: smtp.verizon.net (for Verizon AOL) / outgoing.yahoo.verizon.net (for Verizon Yahoo)
SMTP Security Encryption: SSL / TLS
SMTP Server Port Number: 465 (SSL) / 587 (TLS)
SMTP Username: Your email address is your username here.
SMTP Password Settings: Your verizon.net app password
When you set up SMTP settings in your Verizon email account, you can use the mail application to send emails from your Verizon account quickly and smoothly.
Follow the below steps to set up Verizon SMTP settings in Gmail:
Step 1: Launch Gmail and login into it. Click on the "Settings" icon from the top-right corner.
Step 2: Look at all the settings and click "Accounts." From there, click "import" and add your Gmail email address in the "Send email as" column.
Step 3: Enter your Verizon email address here and click "Next."
Step 4: Enter your Verizon username and correct password here and select SSL encryption and server port settings. Also, mention the SMTP server name depending on the incoming or outgoing server settings.
Step 5: Click on "Add account."
Now, Gmail will authentically be able to send emails from your Verizon email account.
Follow the below steps to set up Verizon SMTP settings for Outlook:
Step 1: Launch the "Outlook" mail application and login into it. Click on "File"> "Info"> "Add Account."
Step 2: Enter your Verizon email address and correct password here and then hit "Connect."
Step 3: Once this secure connection is established, click on "File"> "Info"> "Manage Profiles"> Email Accounts," and then click on your added Verizon email account.
Step 4: Enter your outgoing server name here.
Step 5: Click on "More Settings"> "Advanced," and then enter the server port settings and the SSL details here.
Step 6: Click on "OK"> "Next," enter your Verizon password again here and hit "OK."
Now Outlook can send emails easily from your Verizon email account.
Where SMTP settings in your Verizon email account allow you to send emails, on the other side, the POP or Verizon IMAP settings will enable you to access the incoming emails to your Verizon email account.
With Gmail, you can only set up your Verizon email account with POP server settings. Follow the below steps to set up Verizon POP settings in Gmail:
Step 1: Launch the Gmail mail application and login into it. Click the "Settings" icon and then "Accounts and Import."
Step 2: Scroll down till you see the option to add the email account option.
Step 3: Enter your Verizon email address here and click "Next."
Step 4: Hit the radio button present to import all the emails from the 3rd party account and then hit "Next."
Step 5: Enter the SSL, server name, and server port settings here.
Step 6: Click on "Add Account."
Now you can receive emails from your Verizon email account inside your Gmail mail application.
Follow the below steps to set up Verizon POP/Verizon IMAP settings for Outlook:
Step 1: Launch the "Outlook" mail application and login into it. Click on "File"> Info"> "Add Account."
Step 2: Click in the checkbook to manually set up the account and click "Connect."
Step 3: Once this secure connection is established, enter your server name, SSL, and server port settings here. And hit "Next."
You can now receive emails from your Verizon email account in this Outlook mail application.
Verizon was number one in the emailing business, but customers have moved to Outlook and Gmail gradually. However, due to several features of Verizon, people still love to make the best use of it. Therefore, as mentioned earlier, you can easily use Verizon's email settings and access your emails in 3rd party mail applications. There is no need to install any extra software in your system to do so; you need some configuration settings updates.
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