Zoho Mail Delivery Setup and Outlook Configuration

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

Priority

@/ Blank/ Domain name

mx.zoho.in.

10

@/ Blank/ Domain name

mx2.zoho.in.

20

@/ Blank/ Domain name

mx3.zoho.in.

50

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 you@yourdomain.com)

Incoming Server Name: poppro.zoho.in
Port: 995
Require SSL: Yes 
Username: [email protected]

IMAP Incoming Server Settings (Organization users with a domain-based email address,you@yourdomain.com):

Incoming Server Name: imappro.zoho.in
Port: 993
Require SSL: Yes
Username: [email protected] 

Outgoing Server Settings (Organization users with a domain-based email address, you@yourdomain.com):

Outgoing Server Name: smtppro.zoho.in
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).

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