Step 1:On your computer, launch Outlook and click on the File option. You can locate it at the top-left corner and select the Add Account option. Then, choose Manual Setup/Additional server types and select POP or IMAP.
Step 3:In the Server Information section, choose your preferred account type; POP or IMAP. If you have selected the IMAP account type, enter the Incoming mail server as imap.surewest.net and the outgoing mail server as smtp.surewest.net. If you have chosen the account type as POP3, enter the incoming mail server as pop.surewest.net and the outgoing mail server as smtpauth.surewest.net.
Step 4:In surewest email settings, in the Login Information section, in the User Name field, enter your complete email address, and enter the password of your account in the Password field. Then, select the checkboxes for Remember Password and Require logon using Security Password Authentication.
Step 5:Then, click on the More Settings option. Select the checkbox next to the My outgoing server requires authentication and Use the same settings as my incoming mail server options.
Step 6:Go to the Advance info tab. If you have selected the account type as IMAP, enter 993 as the incoming server and if you have chosen the account type as POP3, enter the incoming server as 110.
Step 7:For both IMAP and POP3 account types, the SMTP server is the standard outgoing server. So, for both POP and IMAP servers, enter the outgoing server as 587. Select the encryption type as SSL for both the incoming and outgoing mail servers.
Step 8:Finally, click OK followed by Next. Outlook will look over all the provided information. Click on the Finish button to complete the Surewest email settings on Outlook.