Exchange Email Server
Microsoft Exchange is a popular email server that runs on Windows Operating System. It works with web-based email clients like Microsoft Outlook, in which you can connect and manage your emails. Once you set up your Exchange profile with Outlook, you can use its offline feature to send and receive emails through the server. By following the below instructions, you can set up the Microsoft Exchange email server on your computer.
Exchange Email Server Settings
Before you going to set up the Microsoft Exchange email server on your computer, you need to know the server settings.
Step : 1 Exchange server address: outlook.office365.com
Step : 2 Exchange port: 443
Step : 3 Exchange username: Your full Outlook email address
Step : 4 Exchange password: Your Outlook password
Step : 5 Exchange TLS/SSL encryption required: Yes SettUp Exchange Email Server Manually
Step :1Select the Start menu on your computer’s main screen.
Step :2Type Control Panel into the search box at the bottom of the window.
Step :3Click the Control Panel option from the search results.
Step :4Here, navigate to the Mail option from the list and select it.
Step :5Click the Show Profiles button below the Profiles section.
Step :6Under the General tab, click Add.
Step :7On the following screen, click on the Profile Name field and input a name for your new profile.
Step :8Once done, click the OK button.
Step :9In the Add New Account window, select the “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” option and click the Next button.
Step :10Here, choose the “Microsoft Exchange or compatible service” option from the list and click the Next button.
Step :11Now, enter the server details by referring to the Exchange email server settings listed in the previous section.
Step :12Once done, click the More Settings button at the bottom right side of the screen.
Step :13Here, select the Security tab at the top of the window and click on the Anonymous Authentication option from the drop-down list under the “Logon network security” section.
Step :14Click the Connection tab at the top of the Microsoft Exchange window.
Step :15Next, select the “Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP” checkbox under the Outlook Anywhere section and click on the Exchange Proxy Settings button.
Step :16In the Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings window, enter outlook.office365.com into the respective field under the Connection Settings section.
Step :17Now, select the following checkboxes.
Step :18Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate.
Step :19On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP.
Step :20On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP.
Step :21Select the drop-down list under the “Proxy authentication settings” section and choose the Basic Authentication option from the list.
Step :22Once done, click OK to go back to the Microsoft Exchange window.
Step :23Here, click Apply> OK.
Step :24In the Add New Account window, click the Next button to proceed.
Step :25Now, input your account’s email address and password in the Windows Security window and click the OK button. Step :26Finally, click the Finish button.
You can complete the Exchange email server setup on your computer by following the above instructions.