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How Do I Connect an Email account To Exchange in outlook

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To set up Outlook 2016:

  1. Navigate to Windows Control Panel > Mail > Show Profiles > Add. Specify your Profile Name and click OK.
    Mail New Profile
  2. On the Auto, Account Setup page type your name, primary email address, and your mailbox password twice, then click Next.  
    Auto Account Setup
  3. Outlook 2016 will start configuring your account. When you get a security prompt, check the box Don’t ask me about this website againand then click Allow.
    Security Autodiscover Prompt
  4. Windows Security window might then prompt your username and password. Enter your primary email address in the Username box and type your mailbox password and click OK
    Login credentials
  5. Outlook 2016 will discover your email server settings and finish configuration of your email account. Once you see all the steps as completed, you can click Finish. Now you can open your new profile in Outlook 2016.


    • Outlook 2016 can only connect to Exchange using AutoDiscover feature. A special DNS record must be configured for your domain in order for you to take advantage of the Outlook 2016. 
    • Outlook 2016 profile cannot be created with Outlook profile helper tool or Single Sign-On tool.
    • Outlook 2016 doesn't support manual setup for Exchange accounts.
    • Outlook 2016 does not support Exchange 2007 mailboxes. Only Exchange 2010 and later versions are supported.
    • If you're getting an activation error 0x8007007B, close Outlook, and all other Office applications and use the Repair option under Control Panel > Programs and Features > your Office / Outlook installation > Change.
    • Known issue: if you're experiencing issues connecting to Resource mailbox after upgrading your existing profile to Outlook 2016, delete the .ost file and re-create it.

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