Outlook 2013 Setup Guide
- 1 Welcome to Microsoft Outlook 2013
- 2 Microsoft Outlook Account Setup
- 3 Bringing up Account Information
- 4 Account Information
- 5 Adding an Account
- 6 Choosing Service Type
- 7 Username,Password, Server Configuration & Password Resetting
- 8 Advanced Internet and Email Settings
- 9 Test Account Settings
- 10 Setup Complete
Welcome to Microsoft Outlook 2013
Click on the MS Outlook icon on your the desktop screen or start menu screen.
- Please skip Figure 3 and Figure 4 if you are setting up MS Outlook 2013 for the first time.
- Please skip to Figure 1 and Figure 2 if you are an existing MS Outlook 2013 user.
Click on Next button in the Welcome screen.
Microsoft Outlook Account Setup
Select Yes from “Do you want to set up Outlook to connect to an email account?”
Bringing up Account Information
Click on the File menu from the left-hand side upper corner.
Click on Add Account under info menu in the left-hand side.
Adding an Account
Switch the account type to Manual setup from Add Account windows.
Choosing Service Type
Select the POP as the mailbox type.
Username,Password, Server Configuration & Password Resetting
Your Name: Name you wish to display to reciepeints
Email Address: Your complete email adrress Account Type: POP3 Incoming mail server: pop3.[your state].exemail.com.au :e.g. pop3.vic.exemail.com.au Outgoing mail server: smtp.[your state].exemail.com.au :e.g. smtp.vic.exemail.com.au User Name: Your complete email address :e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org Passward: Your email password.
If you are unable to remember the existing email password, please reset the password from here (click on Edit Password button).
Advanced Internet and Email Settings
Click on More Settings in the right hand-side bottom corner.
Click on the Advanced tab and ensure the following.
Incoming server port: 110 Outgoing server port: 25 SSL is not enabled.
Select whether you would like to leave the messages on the server under Delivery option.
Test Account Settings
Outlook will test your email by login into incoming mail server and outgoing mail server by sending a test email.
Congratulations! You have successfully set up the email account.