Set Up Outlook (PC)

  1. On your desktop, click on Start > Control Panel

  2. Click on the Mail icon to open your Outlook settings? (note: if you're using Windows 7, just ignore this step. Instead, go to your Windows Control Panel and double-click on the Mail icon

  3. Click on Show profiles

  4. Click on Add

  5. Enter a name in the Profile name field, then click OK

  6. Click on Manually configure server settings or additional server types, then click Next

  7. Click on "Microsoft Exchange or compatible service", then click Next

  8. Enter   in the Microsoft Exchange Server field

  9. Check the box to "Use Cached Exchange Mode". We do not support any service where this setting is disabled.

  10. Enter your email address in the field User Name, but DO NOT click "Check Name"

  11. Click More Settings

  12. Select the Connection tab, then check the box Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP

  13. Click on Exchange Proxy Settings

  14. Enter   in the Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange field

  15. Tick "Connect using SSL only"

  16. Tick "Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate"

  17. Enter   in the server name field

  18. Check the box On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP

  19. Change "Proxy Authentication Settings" from NTLM Authentication to Basic Authentication.

  20. Click Apply, then click OK

  21. Make sure your full email address is in the User Name field, then click, Check Name

  22. Enter your password in the Password field, then click on OK

  23. When Outlook has completed its processing, both the server and your username will now be underlined

  24. Click Next, then click Finish

  25. Close the Mail screen and open Outlook. When you are asked for your password, enter it in the password field

  26. A message box will now appear in the lower right of your screen stating that Microsoft Outlook is setting up a local copy of your mailbox. It may be several minutes until all of your data is available. Once you see All folders are up to date and Connected to Microsoft Exchange, you can begin using your new Exchange profile.
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