Epson WorkForce-1610 email server troubleshooting


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Hi. I want to ask for help in installation of email smtp/pop3 server settings. Because I tried so many times and options in this case and wasn't get any progress.
Epson wf-1610 has settings like
1 - "POP before SMTP"
2 - "SMTP-AUTH"

in this 2 options I tried to set settings of 2 emals like @gmail and @outlook, in both I turned on pop3 support. As you may to guess it doesn't give any result

1st attempt was with option:
"pop before smtp"

login gmail
password gmail
mail gmail
server
- pop.gmail.com
port - 995
catch error -> "POP3 server communication error. Check the following - WiFi/Network Settings"

login outlook
password outlook
mail outlook
server
- pop-mail.outlook.com
port - 995, 25
catch error -> "POP3 server communication error. Check the following - WiFi/Network Settings"

2nd attempt was:
"smtp-auth"

login gmail
password gmail
mail gmail
server
- smtp.gmail.com
port - 465
catch error -> "Unsupported communication method. Check the following - SMTP Server Address - SMTP Server Port Number Secure connection (SSL) is unsupported."
port - 110, 587
catch error -> "SMTP server communication error. Check the following - WiFi/Network Settings"

login outlook
password outlook
mail outlook
server
- smtp.-mail.outlook.com
port - 587
catch error -> "Unsupported communication method. Check the following - SMTP Server Address - SMTP Server Port Number Secure connection (SSL) is unsupported."
port - 110, 465
catch error -> "SMTP server communication error. Check the following - WiFi/Network Settings"

-Network connection checking doesn't catch any errors.
-Login, password and mail are correct in both mails, before entering this data to epson I checked right spelling in browser.

That's all what I have about my problem. I hope for your support in my troubleshooting.
 
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