Mac Email Client For Exchange

Before moving to the Mac, I used quite a number of Windows and Linux email clients, including Netscape Mail (which later turned into Mozilla Thunderbird), Outlook, Evolution and Opera Mail. When Gmail was launched I immediately became a fan and appreciated the huge amount of space they gave me, as well as the smart features of their web app. 3 days ago we updated one of the Macs in our office to Catalina. We all use Exchange email and we have two accounts that we all access on 2 Macs and 1 PC. The Mac we updated is still sending and receiving emails via Mac Mail just fine, and on that device any sent items are going to the sent items folder, and read mail shows as having been read.

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Mail User Guide

Use Server Settings preferences in Mail to change options for an account’s incoming and outgoing (SMTP) mail servers.

To change these preferences in the Mail app on your Mac, choose Mail > Preferences, click Accounts, then click Server Settings.

Note: The settings you see vary depending on your account type.

Incoming mail server settings

Option

Description

User Name

Cut the rope for pc. Your user name on the mail server.

Password

Your password on the mail server.

Host Name

The name of the mail server.

Automatically manage connection settings

Mail automatically manages settings for your email account in Mail, such as port numbers and authentication methods.

If you deselect this option, you can specify the following, as directed by your email account provider:

  • Port (or Internal Port and External Port), Use TLS/SSL: The port numbers for receiving messages, and whether to use TLS/SSL.

  • Authentication: The authentication method. This option is available only for POP and IMAP accounts.

Advanced IMAP or Exchange Settings

Enter or change these settings as directed by your email account provider:

  • IMAP Path Prefix: The location of your mailboxes on an IMAP server.

  • TLS Certificate: Some mail servers require computers that connect to them to provide a certificate proving their identity.

  • Allow insecure authentication: For email accounts that don’t support secure authentication, let Mail use a non-encrypted version of your user name and password to connect to the mail server.

Outgoing mail server (SMTP) settings

Option

Description

Account

The account of the mail server.

To change outgoing server settings, as directed by your email account provider, click the Account pop-up menu, then choose Edit SMTP Server List.

User Name

Your user name on the mail server.

Password

Your password on the mail server.

Host Name

The name of the mail server.

Automatically manage connection settings

Mail automatically manages settings for your email account in Mail, such as port numbers and authentication methods.

If you deselect this option, you can specify the following, as directed by your email account provider:

  • Port (or Internal Port and External Port), Use TLS/SSL: The port numbers for sending messages, and whether to use TLS/SSL.

  • Authentication: The authentication method. This option is available only for POP and IMAP accounts.

If you change settings, click Save to save your changes.

Mac Email Client For Exchange Email

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