Tnet Mail Outlook 2007 Setup


To access your email in Outlook 2007, follow these steps:

1. From Microsoft Outlook 2007, select the Tools menu and select Accounts.

  • Note: If not visible, the accounts menu may be hidden. To un­hide it, click on the small downward arrow at the bottom of the Tools menu to reveal hidden menu options.


2. On the Account Settings page, the E­mail tab at the top should already be highlighted.

Click the New button.


3. Select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types option and click Next.

4. On the Choose E­mail Service page, select the first option for Internet E­mail and click Next.


5. Under the Internet E­mail Settings screen enter:

  • User Information: Type your first and last name (what you want to appear in the”From” line when you send email to the other recipients)
  • Email Address: Enter your full email address (
  • Select IMAP as the Account Type
  • Incoming Mail Server (IMAP):
  • Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):


  • Logon Information:
    • In the Username field, type your full email address
    • Type in the password used to log into Email Plus
    • NOTE: Do not enter your username only. A full email address is required to access the mail servers.

6. Click the More Settings button. The Internet E­mail Settings dialog appears:

  • Select the Advanced tab.
  • Set the IMAP port to 993.
  •  Set the SMTP port to 587.
  • Click OK.

  • The main email accounts setting window appears.
  •  Click Next to continue the settings

7. Click Finish to complete the IMAP account set up.


Still having trouble with your set up?

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