Press the Windows button. This will take you to the start screen.
Click MAIL button on screen
Move your mouse to the bottom right hand corner of the screen
A settings bar will appear
Click Add an Account
Choose Other Account
Enter your email address and password, then click SHOW MORE DETAILS
Incoming (IMAP) server = mail.YOURDOMAINNAME.com port = 993
Outgoing (SMTP) server = mail.YOURDOMAINNAME.com port = 465
Note: your domain name might end with .org, .net instead of .com as shown in the example above.
Incoming server requires SSL = checked
Outgoing server requires SSL = checked
Outgoing server requires authentication = checked
Use same username and password to send and receive mail = checked
You may get a “problem with server certificate” warning. Tell Windows to “Connect Anyways”
After setting up your email account, if you still have trouble connecting, verify your mail settings match the screenshots below.
To double-check your settings, after starting the mail program, move your mouse to the bottom right of the screen, click SETTINGS, click Accounts
You should have your e-mail account listed here since you have already set it up. Click its name to check the settings.
Scroll through the settings, and make sure they are similar to the following screenshots (except with your own e-mail address, domain name, etc)