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Managing Exchange Server 2013 clients : Configuring mail support for Outlook (part 3) - Configuring Outlook for Exchange, Adding Internet mail accounts to Outlook

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Configuring Outlook for Exchange

If you didn’t configure Outlook to use Exchange the first time it was started, don’t worry: You can change the Outlook configuration to use Exchange. It does take a bit of extra work, however.

To get started, close Outlook if it is started, and then follow these steps to configure Outlook to use Exchange:

  1. Start the Mail utility. In Control Panel, tap or click Small Icons on the View By list, and then start the Mail app by tapping or clicking its icon.

  2. If your computer doesn’t have any current mail profiles, you see the profiles view of the Mail dialog box. Here, you need to create a mail profile before you can add an account. Tap or click Add. In the New Profile dialog box, type a name for the mail profile, such as Outlook, and then tap or click OK. This starts the Add Account Wizard.

  3. If your computer has a default mail profile, you see the Mail Setup–Outlook dialog box. In the Mail Setup–Outlook dialog box, tap or click E-Mail Accounts. The Accounts Settings dialog box appears. In the Account Settings dialog box, the E-Mail tab is selected by default. Tap or click New. This starts the Add Account Wizard.

  4. Follow steps 3–7 outlined previously in the First-time configuration: Connecting to Exchange Server section.

  5. When you finish the previous procedure, close all the open dialog boxes, and then start Outlook.

Adding Internet mail accounts to Outlook

Through email account configuration, each mail profile for Outlook supports only one Exchange Server account at a time. If you need access to multiple Exchange Server mailboxes in the same mail profile.

Although you can configure only one Exchange email account for each mail profile, Outlook allows you to retrieve mail from both Exchange Online and Exchange Server as well as from multiple Internet servers. For example, you can configure Outlook to check mail on the corporate Exchange server, a personal account with an ActiveSync compatible service, and Exchange Online.

You can add Internet mail accounts to Outlook. In Outlook 2007, complete the following steps:

  1. To display the Account Settings dialog box, select Tools, and then select Account Settings.

  2. In the Account Settings dialog box, the E-Mail tab is selected by default. Tap or click New.

  3. On the Choose E-Mail Service page, select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, Or HTTP, and then tap or click Next.

  4. Follow steps 2–10 outlined previously in the First-time configuration: Connecting to Internet email servers section.

In Outlook 2010, tap or click the Office button, tap or click Account Settings, and then select Add Account. Follow steps 4–10 outlined previously in the First-time configuration: Connecting to Internet email servers section.

In Outlook 2013, on the File pane, select Add Account. Follow steps 4–10 outlined previously in the First-time configuration: Connecting to Internet email servers section.

 
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