Yandex.Mail is known for offering a reliable, spam-free and virus-free experience to its users. Also, it offers unlimited storage space that lets users send large size file easily and efficiently. One can easily access mail from his Yandex.Mail account through email clients such as Apple Mail, Microsoft Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird. In case you are looking to connect your Yandex.Mail POP3 with Outlook, you must have POP server settings in order to access incoming emails through Outlook. To know Yandex.Mail POP3 settings for Outlook configuration, follow the guide provided below.
POP3 Settings for Configuration of Yandex.Mail with Outlook:
- Mail POP Server Address: pop.yandex.com
- Mail POP user name: Your full Yandex.Mail email address
NOTE: First try adding “@yandex.com“, for instance, or the domain name that you are using with your Yandex.Mail account. If this doesn’t work for you, you can try adding the credential before the @yandex.com.
- Mail POP Password: Enter the password for your Yandex.Mail.
- Account Type: POP3
- Port: 995
- Mail POP TLS/SSL Required: Yes, Choose SSL/TLS
- Mail POP STARTTLS Required: No
How Yandex.Mail POP Access Works?
When using your Yandex.Mail POP3 with Outlook on your computer, you will be able to download emails from your Yandex account on your computer. If you would have not set filters with your Outlook account to store emails in a separate folder, your incoming emails will be stored in Inbox folder only.
Apart from downloading a copy of the email, POP3 configuration lets Yandex.Mail users keep a copy of the email on its server as well. When you delete an email on your Outlook (after configuring Yandex.Mail in it), it does not affect the copy of email saved on Yandex.Mail server. To delete email from the server, you will need to open the web interface of Yandex.Mail.
In order to make the deletion action on your Outlook to mirror the same action on the Yandex.Mail server, you will need to configure your Yandex.Mail account with Outlook using IMAP settings