How do I manually configure Outlook© 2010?

Hosted Exchange – Configuring Outlook

Created on September 16, 2014

Configure your Outlook 2010 desktop application to connect to your Hosted Exchange mailbox:

1.     From your Windows Desktop, select START > Control Panel and open Mail (32-bit)

2.     You must create a New Profile:

a.     Click Add…


b.     Give your new profile a name (e.g. ‘Hosted’ or ‘Outlook’), then click OK


3.     In the Add New Account window:

a.     Enter your Name (e.g. John Doe), E-mail Address and your Password twice

b.     Select ‘Manually configure server settings’ and click Next >


c.     In the Choose Service window, select ‘Microsoft Exchange or Compatibility Service’ and click Next >


4.     In the Server Settings window:

a.     Type this in the Server field mymail.tsomail.com

b.     Check the box for ‘Use Cached Exchange Mode’

c.     Enter your E-mail address in the User Name field (e.g. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

d.     Clickthe button marked More Settings…


5.     On the General Tab, you should see your E-mail address.  Select the Connection tab:

a.     Under Outlook Anywhere, check the box for ‘Connect To Microsoft Exchange using HTTP’

b.     Click the button marked Exchange Proxy Settings…


6.     In the Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings window, complete the dialog as follows:

a.     Under Connection settings, type the URL of your Exchange proxy server:  mymail.tsomail.com

b.     Check the box for ‘Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate’

c.     Check the remaining two checkboxes

d.     Under Proxy Authentication settings, select NTLM Authentication from the drop-down menu

e.     Click OK


7.     Click OK again

8.     You should be back on the Add New Account dialog.  Click Next >

9.     You should see a Congratulations window.  Click Finish

10.  You should now see your new Mail profile.  Ensure that ‘Always use this profile’ is selected and click OK.

11.  You are now ready to open Outlook

 

 

 

 

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