Mastering Zoho Mail Delivery Setup and Optimizing Outlook Configuration: A Step-by-Step Guide for Seamless Email Management

MX Records

MX Entries are special DNS Server records that designate recipient email servers for your domain. MX Records are the resource entries in your domain’s DNS, which transmit email server information to other DNS Servers on the web, which then send emails to your domain. You can change the MX Records after creating all of the user accounts and email addresses in Zoho Mail.

Host/ Domain

Address/ Mail Server/ MX Entries/ Value


@/ Blank/ Domain name


@/ Blank/ Domain name


@/ Blank/ Domain name


Zoho Mail IMAP/POP Server Details

You can configure your Zoho Mail account on any standard IMAP client with the configuration details given below.

POP3 Incoming Server Settings: (Organization Users with domain based email address

Incoming Server Name:
Port: 995
Require SSL: Yes 
Username: [email protected]

IMAP Incoming Server Settings (Organization users with a domain-based email address,

Incoming Server Name:
Port: 993
Require SSL: Yes
Username: [email protected] 

Outgoing Server Settings (Organization users with a domain-based email address,

Outgoing Server Name:
Port: 465 with SSL or
Port: 587 with TLS
Require Authentication: Yes

User Name:  Enter your Zoho username or your complete Zoho Mail address. If your domain is hosted with Zoho, then your email address will be in the format [email protected].
Email Address: Enter Your Zoho Mail address. If your domain is hosted with Zoho, then your email address will be in the format [email protected].
Password: Enter your Zoho account password.  (You might require an Application-specific Password if Two-factor Authentication is enabled).

Unlocking the Power: A Step-by-Step Guide to Generating App Passwords for Gmail and Google Workspace

When you use 2-Step Verification, some apps or devices may be blocked from accessing your Google Account. App Passwords are a way to let the blocked app or device access your Google Account.

Tip: Whenever possible, connect apps to your Google Account by selecting the “Sign in with Google” option available in many apps

What is App Password?

An App Password is a 16-digit passcode that gives a non-Google app or device permission to access your Google Account. App Passwords can only be used with accounts that have 2-Step Verification turned on.

How to Create App Password

Note: If you use 2-Step-Verification and are seeing a “password incorrect” error when trying to access your Google Account, an App Password may solve the problem.

  • Go to your Google Account.
  • On the left navigation panel, choose Security.
  • On the “Signing in to Google” panel, choose App Passwords.
  • If you don’t see this option:
    2-Step Verification is not set up for your account.
    2-Step Verification is set up for security keys only.
  • Your account is through work, school, or other organization.
  • You’ve turned on Advanced Protection for your account.
  • At the bottom, choose Select app and choose the app you’re using.
  • Choose Select device and choose the device you’re using.
  • Choose Generate.
  • Follow the instructions to enter the App Password. The App Password is the 16-character code in the yellow bar on your device.
  • Choose Done.

Most of the time, you’ll only have to enter an App Password once per app or device, so don’t worry about memorizing it.

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Top 5 Zoom Alternatives for Seamless Group Meetings: Find Your Perfect Fit!

Millions of people are using Zoom, one of the best video chat apps and teleconferencing software solutions, while they’re staying at home for work meetings or personal calls with friends and family. But lately, the company has come under fire because of Zoom-bombing by trolls. Also, Zoom may be leaking your email address, Zoom is reportedly attracting malware attacks, and more than 500,000 Zoom accounts are being sold on the dark web.

  • Zoom isn’t a safe platform for use, says the Indian Government
  • Indian government issues advisory for users still wanting to use Zoom
  • The Indian Government is hosting a startup challenge to develop their own video calling service

Google Meet (paid)

Google Meet is the most well-known and widely used Zoom alternative. The paid version of G-Suite includes Hangouts Meet, which allows you to have video calls with up to 250 participants, hold presentations and record meetings and save them to Drive. You can also easily send a meeting link to participants outside of your company.

The free version of Google Hangouts can connect up to 150 users, but doesn’t have presentation features nor the ability to record calls. Also, users must have a personal Google account to join the video conference.

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Skype (free)

The popular video chat software Skype is well-known and widely used, and its new Skype Meet Now feature is here to challenge Zoom. Meetings can hold up to 50 users, and users no longer need an account to sign in, just a link.

There is a text chat window, but otherwise, Skype doesn’t have the meeting organization tools that the other Zoom alternatives have. But it’s free and can be used on the web, Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.

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Microsoft Teams (paid)

Microsoft turned its Skype for Business tool into Teams, which allows you to host video meetings for up to 250 people. Unlike Skype, Teams does offer standard video conferencing tools, like screen sharing and the ability to record meetings.

The Microsoft Teams is included with two different Office 365 plans, which also provide Office apps, 1 TB of OneDrive storage and more. Microsoft is making some changes to its offerings, so get more details about the company is launching Microsoft Teams for consumers later this year.

Zoho Meeting (paid)

The open-source video conferencing service allows you to host end-to-end encrypted video meetings and calls for up to 100 people. Participants don’t need to sign up for a login; they can access the meetings through a link or a dial-in via web browsers, desktop clients or mobile apps. Zoho has even provided a handy chart comparing its product to Zoom.

Zoho Meeting offers an array of meeting tools, like screen sharing, the ability to record calls and moderation (you can mute participants, for example). And you can easily pull in documents, spreadsheets and presentations since the service is integrated with Zoho’s Office suite. But note that there’s a different pricing plan for webinars, which may make it too costly.

Cisco Webex Meetings (free)

Cisco is offering free access to its Webex Meetings in all countries where it is available to support the work from home needs during the coronavirus outbreak. Despite being available as free, you’ll get all enterprise features including unlimited usage with no time restrictions, support for up to 100 participants, and a toll dial-in in addition to Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) capabilities. All you need is to sign up on the Cisco Webex portal to get started with the Webex Meetings. Overall, the experience that’s been offered by Cisco is nowhere limited when comparing with Zoom.

Zencastr (paid)

Zencastr is technically a web-based podcasting service and doesn’t do video calls, but it’s excellent for conference calls. Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Zencastr is lifting its restrictions on group size and recording limits. Free users can now host calls with unlimited users and unlimited recording time (normally only three users per call and 8 hours of recording time per month, though unrecorded calls don’t count).

Paid users ($20/month) get a special live editing dashboard and post-production tools. Only the host needs to have a Zencastr account, as they can invite users through simple shareable links (like you can with Zoom). There’s also a “hand raise” button that can help keep things running smoothly when you’re hosting a large conference call and want to make sure everyone can chime in.

Outlook Configuration Setting for Bigrock Email Accounts

This article will show you the configuration you are required to use in your POP/IMAP supported Email Clients (Desktop Email Clients or Mobile Devices)

For Free Email Service / Email Hosting Plans
***For POP configuration
Account Type: POP
Incoming Mail Server: pop.your-domain-name (eg:
Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.your-domain-name (eg:
Incoming Server Port Number: 110 (POP)
Outgoing (SMTP) Server Port Number: 587
*Please use Authentication for Outgoing Email Server

***For IMAP configuration
Account Type: IMAP
Incoming Mail Server: imap.your-domain-name (eg:
Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.yourdomain-name (eg:
Incoming (IMAP) Server Port Number: 143
Outgoing (SMTP) Server Port Number: 587
*Please use Authentication for Outgoing Email Server

For Linux Hosting  – cPanel Emails
***For POP/IMAP configuration
Account Type: POP/IMAP
Incoming Mail Server: (eg:
Outgoing Mail Server: mail.your-domain-name (eg:
Incoming Server Port Number: 110 (POP) / 143 (IMAP)
Outgoing (SMTP) Server Port Number: 587
*Please use Authentication for Outgoing Email Server

For Windows Hosting  – Plesk Emails
***For POP/IMAP configuration
Account Type: POP/IMAP
Incoming Mail Server: your-domain-name (eg:
Outgoing Mail Server: your-domain-name (eg:
Incoming Server Port Number: 110 (POP) / 143 (IMAP)
Outgoing (SMTP) Server Port Number: 587
*Please use Authentication for Outgoing Email Server