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**MS Outlook for Windows

  1. Open the MS Outlook
  2. Select File > Add Account.

    Select File, then Add Account.
  3. What you see next depends on your version of Outlook.

***For Outlook for Office 365 and Outlook 2016

Enter your email address and click Connect.

Enter your email address and click Connect.

3. If prompted, enter your password again, then select OK > Finish to start using your email account in Outlook.


**MS Outlook for MAC

  1. Select Outlook > Preferences > Account.

  2. Click the plus (+) sign > New Account.

  3. Type your email address > Continue.

    The first screen you see asks you to enter your email address

  4. Type your password > Add Account. (Your screen might look different from this one depending on the account you're adding.)

    Enter your password for your account

  5. If adding a Yahoo, or other IMAP or POP account, you might be taken to those sites and asked to allow Outlook to access your mail, contacts, and calendars. Click Allow to continue.

  6. If you are adding Gmail, you will get a prompt within Outlook to sign-in to your Google account. This is for users who are on Build 16.15.18070902 and higher.

    Sign in prompt for a google account

    Have you already added your Gmail account to Outlook then see, Improved authentication for existing Gmail users.

  7. Select Done to start using Outlook 2016 for Mac.

    Confirmation when an email account has been added successfully


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