AOL Mail is a free email program provided by AOL (A part of Verizon communications). You can use third-party email applications like Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, etc., to have a download or a copy of your AOL emails. This is in case you prefer a different interface. There are two different protocols to choose from when it comes to setting up AOL Mail in a third-party application (POP or IMAP). If your professional life needs you to travel a lot, the best way is to connect your AOL account. So, you can keep and manage your professional and personal emails and have them organized properly. The process to add the AOL account using SMTP settings takes less of your time. Before we proceed with the AOL mail SMTP server settings, you need to know the AOL mail Incoming and Outgoing server information.
Information you need to know to configure AOL SMTP server settings for any email application (Gmail, Yahoo, or Outlook).
Username: The AOL email address
Password: The AOL email password
Incoming mail server (IMAP)
Server name: imap.aol.com
Port number: 993
Outgoing mail server (SMTP)
Server name: smtp.aol.com
Port number: 465 (SSL), 587 (TLS)
With the AOL Mail SMTP Server settings, you can add the AOL account to Outlook 2013 in simple steps. Here we go.
Follow the steps in the same manner as provided for the Outlook configuration of AOL Mail SMTP server settings. If you have further queries to be answered regarding this article, click the CALL button for technical assistance.