You need to add your password in the corresponding field for this options to appear.
Use your email address (complete with the @domain.tld) in the "User name" text field.
- Check "Override default port", and "Use SSL to connect" on both servers.
- On IMAP use port 993
- On SMTP use port 465
Click "Add account".
Select your newly created account and click on More options... under "Outgoing server"
Select "Use Incoming Server Info" for authentication.
If the same settings are working on other clients, it may be the that there is no TLS setting on Outlook. Sometimes it requires a little fiddling to find the right security protocol / port combination, but the above worked for me on my university issued email, which is hosted with Google Apps.
Also, triple check your email address, as the error shown implies an authentication problem and I've banged my head on the keyboard trying to figure out what was wrong many many times, only to discover a typo was the culprit.
This are the recommended settings for any IMAP client from Google, which differ from what you described (on the servers).
- Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL
- Port: 993
- Requires SSL:Yes
- Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - Requires TLS
- Port: 465 or 587
- Requires SSL: Yes
- Requires authentication: Yes
- Use same settings as incoming mail server
- Full Name or Display Name: [your name]
- Account Name or User Name: your full Gmail address (email@example.com). Google Apps users, please enter
- Email address: your full Gmail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) Google Apps users, please enter username@your_domain.com
- Password: your Gmail password
If your client does not support SMTP authentication, you won't be able
to send mail through your client using your Gmail address.
Also, if you're having trouble sending mail but you've confirmed that
encryption is active for SMTP in your mail client, try to configure
your SMTP server on a different port: 465 or 587.
Just to get a final look at a generic configuration:
Note that it does not work, as the credentials and domain are fake (yellow dot to the left of the account). Also, the "Override default port" under "Incoming server" is deselected, as 993 is the default port for SSL, so you can safely ignore my recommendation on that matter and just click the SSL checkbox