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Set Up Outlook for Office 365 Email

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Set up your Office 365 Exchange Online email

Outlook 2010, 2013 or 2016

You can set up your Office 365 Exchange Online email with Microsoft Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013. You can do this in the setup wizard by simply typing your email address and password. Outlook uses a process called Autodiscover to automatically find your settings and set up an Exchange connection to your account.

  1. Open Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013. If the Microsoft Outlook Startup wizard appears, on the first page of the wizard, click Next. Then, on the E-mail Accounts page, click Next to set up an email account.If the Microsoft Outlook Startup wizard doesn’t appear, on the Outlook toolbar, click the File tab. Then, just above the Account Settings button, click Add Account.
  2. On the Auto Account Setup page, Outlook may try to automatically fill in the Your Name and E-mail Address settings based on how you’re logged on to your computer. If the settings are filled in and they’re correct, click Next to have Outlook finish setting up your account. If the settings in the Auto Account Setup page aren’t filled in or aren’t correct, do the following.If the settings on the Auto Account Setup page aren’t filled in or correct, type the correct settings based on the information that was provided to you by the person who manages your email account.
  3. After you click Next on the Auto Account Setup page, Outlook will search online to find your email server settings.If Outlook is able to set up your account, you’ll see the following text: “Congratulations! Your email account is successfully configured and ready to use.” Click Finish.
  4. Restart Outlook and enter your login information once more, selecting the checkbox to “Remember this Password”

Congratulations, you have completed setup of your Office 365 Exchange Online email account.

Outlook 2007

You can set up Microsoft Outlook 2007 to access your Office 365 or other Exchange-based account by typing your email address and password. Outlook uses a process called Autodiscover to automatically find your settings and set up an Exchange connection to your account.

If you’re an Office 365 user using Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010, you may need to set up your desktop before you can set up Outlook to access your account. For more information, see Use my current Office desktop apps with Office 365.

You can set up your Office 365 Exchange Online email with Microsoft Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013. You can do this in the setup wizard by simply typing your email address and password. Outlook uses a process called Autodiscover to automatically find your settings and set up an Exchange connection to your account.

  1. Open Outlook 2007. If the Outlook 2007 Startup wizard displays automatically, on the first page of the wizard, click Next. Then, on the E-mail Accounts page of the wizard, click Next again to set up an email account. If the Outlook 2007 Startup wizard doesn’t appear, on the Tools menu, click Account Settings. In the Account Settings dialog box, on the E-mail tab, click New.
  2. On the Auto Account Setup page, Outlook may automatically fill in the Your Name and E-mail Address settings based on how you’re logged on to your computer. If the settings are filled in and they’re correct, click Next to have Outlook finish setting up your account. If the settings on the Auto Account Setup page aren’t filled in or aren’t correct, do the following:If the settings on the Auto Account Setup page aren’t filled in, type the correct settings based on the information that was provided to you by the person who manages your email account.
  3. After you click Next on the Auto Account Setup page, Outlook will search online to find your email server settings.If Outlook is able to set up your account, you’ll see the following text: “Congratulations! Your email account is successfully configured and ready to use.” Click Finish.
  4. Restart Outlook and enter your login information once more, selecting the checkbox to “Remember this Password”

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