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Exchange Setup: Outlook 2010

How to Manually Create a New Profile for Outlook to Access Your Exchange Mailbox

You will need your Microsoft Exchange Server, full email address, and your email password. You can find these settings by logging in to your Mail Central under Exchange Setup.

  1. Go to your Window's Control Panel.
  2. Go to Mail (you may have to perform a search inside of your Control Panel).
  3. Click Email Accounts.
  4. Click New.
  5. Select Email Account.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Select Manually Configure Server Settings or Additional Server Types.
  8. Select Microsoft Exchange or Compatible Service.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Enter your Microsoft Exchange Server (obtained from Mail Central).
  11. Check Use Cached Exchange Mode.
  12. Enter your User Name (obtained from Mail Central).
  13. Click More Settings.
  14. Click Advanced.
    • Use Cached Exchange Mode: Checked
    • Download Shared Folders: Checked (optional)
    • Download Public Folder Favorites: Checked.
  15. Click Apply.
  16. Click Connection.
  17. Check Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP.
  18. Click Exchange Proxy Settings and fill out the following in the window that appears:
    • URL to Connect to my Proxy Server for Exchange: https://exchange2013.ipage.com
    • Connect Using SSL Only: Checked
    • 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
    • Use this Authentication When Connecting to My Proxy Server for Exchange: Basic Authentication
  19. Click OK.
  20. Click OK (closes the previous window).
  21. Click Check Name. A window should appear within a few moments.
  22. In that new window, type in your Exchange Mailbox login credentials:
    • User Name
    • Password
  23. Click Next.
  24. Click Finish.
  25. Click OK.

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