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How to setup email in Outlook 2010

  1. Make sure Outlook is closed before setting up Outlook Anywhere.
  2. Open Control Panel (Start menu > Control Panel) and select Mail.
  3. Click E-mail Accounts….
  4. In the “ACCOUNT SETTINGS” dialog click New….
  5. Select E-mail Account and click Next.
  6. In the “ADD NEW ACCOUNT” dialog, tick the box ‘Manually configure server settings or additional server types’.
  7. Click Next.
  8. Select ‘Microsoft Exchange or compatible service” and click Next.
  9. Fill in the Server Settings details:
    User Name: The username provided to you by Cloud Networks to enable access to your email account.
    Do not click Check Name just yet.
  10. Click More Settings….
  11. Select the ‘Connection tab and tick ‘Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP’.
  12. Click Exchange Proxy Settings….
  13. In the “MICROSOFT EXCHANGE PROXY SETTINGS’” dialog enter the following details.
  14. Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange:
  15. Tick ‘Only connect to proxy servers….’ and enter
  16. In the Proxy Authentication settings section, select Basic Authentication from the drop-down list.
  17. Click OK and OK.
  18. In the “ADD NEW ACCOUNT” dialog, click Check Name.
  19. If prompted for your credentials enter:
    Username: Hotsite\your cloud networks username (eg HOTSITE\username)
    Password: The password provided to you by Cloud Networks to enable access to your email account.
  20. Tick ’Remember my credentials’.
  21. Click OK.
  22. When the settings have been verified, the “ADD NEW ACCOUNT” dialog has updated the User Name to now reflect your email address or your full name.
  23. Click Next.
  24. When prompted with a “MAIL DELIVERY LOCATION” dialog, click OK.
  25. Click Finish, the new account has been added to your list of accounts.
  26. Click Close and Close.
  27. Outlook 2010 is now configured for Outlook Anywhere.
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