Office 365 Email Setup - Outlook 2010
Go to the “Control Panel” which can be found on your start menu in Windows 7.
Click “Control Panel”.
Depending on your Control Panel view (icon or category), find “Mail” in the Control Panel and left click.
Click “Show Profiles”.
Deleting your old profile(s)
If you have a profile already listed, click on it to highlight the name, then click “Remove”.
Click “Yes” if prompted.
Click on Add to begin adding your new profile.
You can type any name you choose. Then click “OK”.
The Outlook 2010 setup wizard starts and the “Add New Account” screen appears.
Enter your name (first and last), e-mail address, and your email password.
NOTE: If you are on the LRSO campus, your information should automatically populate the top two boxes. The password boxes will not be displayed at this point. When you click “Next”, the system searches for your account and will complete the process.
A “Congratulations” screen will appear as shown below.
If Outlook isn’t on your “Start Menu” or “Task Bar” click on the Windows 7 “Start” button and type “Outlook”.
Right-click on Microsoft Outlook and select “Pin to Taskbar” and “Pin to Start Menu”.
Left-click on Microsoft Outlook to start it. In the future, you can start Outlook by clicking the Outlook icon
on your “Task Bar” or “Start Menu”.
If prompted for user name and password, use your e-mail address as the username and
your email password.
You have the option to save these settings.
Outlook may take several minutes to fully update your local copy of your mailbox the first time.
If a “Security and Settings” screen appears, choose “Install Updates Only” and click “OK”.
An “Office Outlook” screen will appear similar to the one below.
You have successfully configured Outlook 2010!