With this method it seems like there's an issue with authentication to the Apple IMAP and SMTP Servers, but if one creates a new Apple ID and immediately turn on iCloud e-mail then the Apple ID username and iCloud e-mail address is the same, and for some reason then it works fine to use Outlook and other 3rd party apps to get the e-mail via

Without the SMTP email settings, the email client doesn't know how to send mail on your behalf through your iCloud Mail account. The email server settings below are the same no matter where you use your iCloud Mail account, whether on a desktop email program, mobile email app on your phone or tablet, or elsewhere. ICLOUD SMTP SETTINGS. What is iCloud? iCloud is simply a service that keeps all your devices in sync. In other words, you can share information between an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and a computer. The information on each device is automatically updated to make sure the most current information is available on all devices. The service is free Simple Mail Transfer Protocol of iCloud email account Step 1: smtp.mail.me.com is the server name of SMTP. Step 2: SSL is used as a security type. Step 3: The Port number of the SMTP server is 587. Step 4: Username and password are your iCloud account credentials. Learn how to configure icloud email settings for Windows live mail application in The Apple iCloud SMTP settings will be filled automatically Host: smtp.mail.me.com Port: 587 Security: TLS Make sure you enter your Apple iCloud email address and password correctly; Test your form; Screenshot below shows you JQuery Form sends email using Apple iCloud SMTP server Apple iCloud SMTP log sample from JQuery Form Admin panel Below are the POP3 IMAP incoming and SMTP outgoing mail servers for iCloud a popular Internet Service Provider.. POP3 IMAP SMTP Mail Servers for iCloud Internet Service Provider. iCloud POP3 incoming mail server: pop3 not supported iCloud IMAP incoming mail server: imap.mail.me.com iCloud SMTP outgoing mail server: smtp.mail.me.com These helpful settings can be used when you are wondering how ICloud Mail is accessible on the web and seamless to set up in Mac OS X and macOS Mail and on iOS devices, of course. It is just about as easy, though, to add iCloud Mail to practically every email program — on desktop computers, phones, and tablets — using the IMAP protocol. So, if you have a favorite email client, you can add iCloud Mail to it so you won't have to go looking for emails

*If you use a non-iCloud SMTP server, don't use your iCloud email address as a "Send From" address. Otherwise, your email might not deliver or it might deliver to the recipient's Junk folder. If you can receive messages but can't send them. Your Internet service provider might be blocking the protocol used to send email (SMTP) across their network.

iCloud supports access via IMAP and SMTP protocols, POP3 is not supported. Below you can find the configuration settings for those protocols. Both (IMAP and SMTP) use implicit SSL (use ConnectSSL method) and explicit SSL (you can use Connect method and then secure the channel using StartTLS method). IMAP iCloud account; Exchange 2010 account; Exchange 2013 (Office 365) account; IMAP account; Interestingly only two accounts show up in the "Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)" drop-down list. The outgoing server related to the IMAP account always shows, plus the outgoing server of the selected account.

iCloud supports access via IMAP and SMTP protocols, POP3 is not supported. Below you can find the configuration settings for those protocols. Both (IMAP and SMTP) use implicit SSL (use ConnectSSL method) and explicit SSL (you can use Connect method and then secure the channel using StartTLS method). IMAP

The problem was the two-step verification process with iCloud. Basically, if you want to use Thunderbird and iCloud together you have to generate an app specific password when you log into the Apple ID website. Here's a link that has the instructions. *If you use a non-iCloud SMTP server, don't use your iCloud email address as a "Send From" address. Otherwise, your email might not deliver or it might deliver to the recipient's Junk folder. If you can receive messages but can't send them. Your Internet service provider might be blocking the protocol used to send email (SMTP) across their network. Sometimes I forget that there are people who use and/or want to use iCloud on a device other than one made by Apple or via a 3rd party email app. On many occasions, those email apps need to be manually configured with information other than an email address and its associated password. Well, below is the SMTP (outgoing) server information needed to be able to SEND iCloud email via a 3rd party trying to setup icloud email in outlook but get multiple errors. use imap port 993 and smtp port 857. can't connect to imap server or smtp server. Outlook wont open until I setup a profile.