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Setup Email Exchange with Outlook 2013

This tutorial focuses on setting up Microsoft Outlook 2013, but these settings are similar with other versions of Microsoft Outlook. You can set up previous versions of Microsoft Outlook using the settings in this tutorial.

Make sure you have created your mailbox in the Exchange Manager before setting it up in Outlook 2013.

If you have, then continue below.

Setting Email Exchange with Outlook 2013

You can set up Email Exchange with Outlook 2013 by following these steps:

Step 1. Go to Start, then Control Panel and click Mail. For Windows 8 users, hover and right-click on Start, right mouse click, select Control Panel from menu.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 1
Step 2. On Mail Setup, click Show Profiles.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 2
Step 3. Click Add.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 3
Step 4. Enter your Profile Name and click OK.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 4
Step 5. On the Add Account screen, select Manual setup or additional server types then click Next.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 5
Step 6. Select Microsoft Exchange Server or compatible service then click Next.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 6
Step 7. Fill out the required fields then click More settings.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 7
  Below is a description of the fields:
 
Server For Exchange 2013: mail.exchangecloud.com.au
For Exchange 2016 (AU): mail.premium.exchange
For Exchange 2016 (UK): email.premium.exchange
User Name Enter your full email address, such as myname@mydomain.com
Use Cached Exchange Mode (Optional) Check for offline use.
Mail to keep offline Define how long Outlook will keep your mails. If you have mail that is older than specified amount of time, you will still be able to find it in your mailbox on the server.
Step 8. On the Connection tab, check the box Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP, then click on the Exchange proxy settings button.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 8
Step 9. On the next screen, complete the required fields and click OK.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 9
  Below is a description of the fields:
 
Proxy Server for Exchange For Exchange 2013: mail.exchangecloud.com.au
For Exchange 2016 (AU): mail.premium.exchange
For Exchange 2016 (UK): email.premium.exchange
On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP Checked
On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP Checked
Proxy authentication setting Basic Authentication
Step 10. Save the settings. Outlook will ask for the account password once you continue the process.
Step 11. You will see the message "You're all set!", click Finish.
  Outlook 2013 setup instructions for MS Email Exchange step 11

Congratulations! You have just set up Email Exchange with Outlook 2013. You can now open your Outlook 2013, check your email, and use all the great Exchange benefits.

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