What is IMAP?
IMAP and POP are two email protocols that you can use to access your emails. When you need to access your emails from several devices, such as your phone, laptop, or tablet, IMAP is the best option.
Furthermore, IMAP is a sophisticated protocol that allows you to access your email from any device, no matter where you are. Furthermore, when you use IMAP to access and view an email message, you’re accessing it directly from the email server rather than downloading or saving it on your computer.
IMAP only downloads an email when you click on it; attachments are not downloaded automatically. As a result, you can check your mails more quickly than with POP.
Do You Support IMAP in Outlook?
Yes, IMAP is supported.
However, for instructions on how to set up IMAP in Outlook, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article.
E-mail Address box –> Your full email address
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