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How to Configure and set up Outlook 2007/ 2010 for exchange server


How to Configure and set up Outlook 2007/ 2010 for exchange server.


Microsoft's Exchange Server is a program hosted on a local server that provides Windows network users with exchange server email services without being connected through the Internet. How to configure microsoft outlook 2007? Or how to configure outlook 2010?

Configuring outlook 2010 for exchange server is quiet easy. Outlook 2007 and 2010 automatically identify and initiate the configuration when your computer is connected to a Windows domain and it makes the setup process easier. The setup program runs automatically when you first run Outlook. Outlook and Microsoft exchange server provide better environment for emailing inside your company.
Step by step procedure configure outlook for exchange server
So here I’m going to explain about outlook exchange server settings to connect outlook with Microsoft exchange server. This outlook support tutorial will definitely help you.

Open Start>>Control Panel>>Mail

Step 2
Click 'Add' button and then provide a name for this profile.

Step 3
Check 'Manually configure server settings', then click 'Next'.

Now you can see 3 options. Select ‘Microsoft Exchange’ and click ‘Next’

Step 4
You will be asked to give the Exchange Server Name and User Name. You can also use the ‘Check Name’ button to see available user name.

While using this option windows will ask the Administration password. Put the network password and proceed.

Step 5
Select required user name and click ‘Next’.

That’s all… You are done..! You can see the congratulation window now.

All the screen shots presented here are taken from a remote PC that is running with Windows XP, even though the configuration of Outlook for exchange server is same in Windows 7 just as in Windows XP.

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