1. Log into your Gmail account.
  2. Click the gear icon at the top right, then choose Settings.
  3. Click Forwarding and POP/IMAP to bring up the POP and IMAP settings.
  4. Click Enable IMAP.
  5. Click Save Changes.

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After you configure Gmail for IMAP, you can add your Gmail account to Outlook. Here are the steps for Microsoft Outlook 2013:

        6. Start Outlook 2013.

        7. Choose File→Account Settings.

        8. In the Account Settings dialog box, click New.

        9. Choose Email Account, then click Next.

        10. Choose Manual Setup or Additional Server Types, then click Next.

        11. Choose Pop or IMAP, then click Next.

        12. In the Add Account page, enter the following information:

Your name:

The display name you’d like to use

Email address:

Your complete Gmail address (e.g.,
 me@Gmail.com)

Account type:

IMAP

Incoming mail server:

imap.Gmail.com

Outgoing mail server (SMTP):

smtp.Gmail.com

User name:

Your complete Gmail address (e.g.,
 me@Gmail.com)

Password:

Your Gmail password



 

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        13. Click More Settings.

        14. Click the Outgoing Server tab.

        15. Select My Outgoing Server (SMTP) requires authentication.

        16. Select Use Same Settings As My Incoming Mail Server.



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    17. Click the Advanced tab.

        18. Enter the following information:


 

Incoming server (IMAP): 

993

Use the following type of encrypted connection:

SSL

Outgoing server (SMTP):

465

Use the following type of encrypted connection:

SSL

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        19. Click OK to close the More Settings dialog box.

        20. Click Next.

        21. Be patient while Outlook tests the connection.

        22. When the test completes, click Close. (If the test is not successful, carefully double-check all of your entries.)

        23. Click Finish.