Microsoft Outlook tops the list of e-mail clients used on a professional level in both large and small scale organizations. Microsoft Outlook allows you to work in offline mode, which is liked by most entrepreneurs.
Microsoft Outlook downloads and stores the content of e-mail accounts in one place to be seen in the desktop client. Setting up Microsoft Outlook 2013 for Windows will allow you to send, read and store e-mail on your computer without ever opening a web browser. This setup provides better productivity and added convenience. With your account credentials and server settings, Outlook can be used to view your mails in a single place.
Steps to setup Outlook 2013
- Open Outlook program on your computer and click on “File” menu.
- Choose “Add account” to add your email account in Outlook.
- Click on “Manual setup” and then select POP or IMAP.
- Enter a user name for your account and enter the email address.
- Select IMAP as account type.
- For Incoming mail server, enter imap.outlook.com.
- For Outgoing mail server, enter smtp.outlook.com.
- Fill in the email id and password in the logon information.
- Then click on “More Settings” and select Outgoing Server and tick mark on the check box saying “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”.
- Then select the “Advanced” tab.
- Enter 993 for Incoming server.
- Enter 465 for Outgoing server.
- Close the window. Your outlook 2013 account has been configured to use.
Outlook has support service for its users facing issues with their outlook account. Users may face technical issues at any fraction of time and many times the issues are not fixed by them easily. Outlook technical support from the experts of Outlook helps in fixing any issues immediately. Thus in situation you face issues that are not solved by you, then you can get connected with Outlook support team through toll free support number to get the instant solution for your issues.