How to set up Outlook 2016 to check your email
Microsoft Outlook 2016 is the latest desktop email client from Microsoft Office. If you would like to be able to access your emails offline, then setting up a desktop email client like Outlook 2016 is definitely your next step. This guide will show you how to set it up on your desktop computer.
If you have not created your email address in the Hosting Manager yet, you can set one up by following the guide in the link below:
If you have already created an email account, you can proceed to the instructions below.
Setting up Outlook 2016
These are the steps you need to follow to set up Outlook 2016 to сheck your email:
|Step 1.||Go to Start Menu and search for Outlook 2016. When you find the app, click on it. It will take you to a Welcome to Outlook 2016 page. Click Next.|
|Step 2.||On the next screen, you will be asked Do you want to set up Outlook to connect to an email account? Choose Yes, and then click Next.|
|Step 3.||In the Auto Account Setup page, leave the E-mail Account fields empty and select Manual setup or additional server types. Click Next.|
|Step 4.||On the Choose Service display, select POP or IMAP, then click Next.|
|Step 5.||On the POP and IMAP Account Settings screen, fill out all the required fields such as the ones under User Information, Server Information, and Logon Information.|
|Below is a description of the fields:|
|Step 6.||Click More Settings.|
|Step 7.||Click the Outgoing Server tab. Then, check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming mail server. Click OK.|
|Step 8.||Click Next.|
|Step 9.||Outlook will now test your account settings and you will see: Log onto incoming mail server and Send test e-mail message. When they are completed click Close.|
|Step 10.||Click Finish when you see the message "You're all set!"|
Congratulations, you have set up your email account in Outlook 2016.
If you want to set up an Email Exchange on Outlook 2016, click here.
If you have Outlook 2010, you can check the article here for a more specific guide.
If you have Outlook 2013, you can check the article here for a more specific guide.
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