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Pine, as I understand it, means a freeware email reader/sending application.
Using it with Office 365, would mean what exactly? sending Office documents via PINE email ?
I'm not sure I can help you. 'Hosting' email through Office applications is alien to my acquaintance, I'm sorry to say. With apologies, I have Opted Out - not cutting off communication, just opening the case to other Experts, one of which might be better suited to this case.
Hello There. I am Bing and I look forward to helping you with your issue today.
I just had a quick review against the conversation above, and in my understanding you are trying to configure an aged (Pine's last release was in 2005) email client to access mail services of Office 365 in the cloud. Am I correct?
Any feedback please?
Okay, got it. Thanks.
Is it convenient for you if I use the given screenshots and post them back with changes accordingly? You then try it from your side. If anything does not work that way, let's do a remote session and let me see your screen for further troubleshooting?
Please also advise what kind of email account of O365 do you have? For business or personal use?
In other words, is the email address using your own domain name? If yes, what's the domain name? I am asking this because the setup needs specific FQDN or IP for your domain's mail server hosted in the cloud.
Are you sure your domain name got any mail services running in MS cloud? The only registered mail server under the domain name is ***** ***** your campus, not with O365. A comprehensive port scan against the hosts found from your domain confirmed this.
Did you try using Outlook (2013 or 2016) to configure and use your O365 mailbox? Successful?
> In other words, is the email address using your own domain name?
> If yes, what's the domain name?
Probably I need to clarify: the domain name requested is for your email services with O365, not the one of your organisation. Sorry if I made you misunderstood.
The configuration of Pine (Alpine) for O365 mail is almost done, only one mail server address needs to be determined depending on your subscription of O365. As mentioned above, the information that you provided was insufficient to locate your O365 services.
Please see below attached the modified screenshots for detail configuration. Any text in RED is what you need to input and give (your email address). Text in GREEN is something that should be displayed automatically once properly configured. Text in ORANGE is the setting to be determined once additional info is provided from you.
one more screenshot.
Okay, found that host name! see the new screenshot to replace the previous one.
Hello there, it has been a long while after I submitted the proposed answer. Can I have your feedback please? Thanks.
Hi There again. Have you got a chance to test the proposed configuration please?