How to Find the SMTP Port Number in Outlook 2013

Your email account in Microsoft Outlook 2013 uses two separate ports – one for incoming email, and one for outgoing email. Many email accounts will require you to know the incoming and outgoing port numbers when they are set up in Outlook 2013, but there are some email accounts for which Outlook can automatically detect the correct settings. If this is the case with your email account, then you may not have had to locate this information. Fortunately, if you need to know the SMTP port that is being used in Outlook 2013, you can follow the tutorial below to do so.

 

How to Find and Change the Outgoing Port Number in Outlook 2013

Whether you need this information to set up your email account in another program, or because you are troubleshooting an account that it isn’t working problem, finding the SMTP port can be a little tricky. But once you locate the correct menu you will have access to all of the rest of the email account settings that you might need.

 

Step 1: Launch Outlook 2013.

 

Step 2: Click the File tab at the top-left corner of the window.

click the file tab

 

 

Step 3: Click the Account Settings button at the center of the window, then click the Account Settings option again.

select account settings

 

 

Step 4: Select your email account from the list at the center of the window, then click the Change button.

click the change button

 

 

Step 5: Click the More Settings button at the bottom-right corner of the window.

click the more settings button

 

 

Step 6: Click the Advanced tab at the top of the window.

click the advanced tab

 

 

Step 7: Your SMTP port number is located in the field to the right of Outgoing server (SMTP). You can change this port number by clicking inside the field, entering a new value, then clicking OK at the bottom of the window.

how to find the smtp port number in outlook 2013

 

 

If you have changed the port number, then you can click the Next button to test your new settings.

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