Want To Create New Outlook Account With Microsoft.

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Our Company is contemplating of using Microsoft Outlook for email service, and the task to create new Outlook account is bestowed upon my shoulders. How can I make this account?

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Want To Create New Outlook Account With Microsoft.

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You can create a new Microsoft Outlook account with your name and birthday only. You will have access to unlimited online storage and POP. To create this account, visit Outlook.com and enter all the required details within the given boxes. Type your desired username and password. Select the location with Zipping Code and pass the CAPTCHA test. You can get the promotion offer emails from Microsoft too. Accept the conditions to confirm the registration of your account.

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Want To Create New Outlook Account With Microsoft.

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Before setting up an account with an email client like Microsoft Office Outlook, you need to get first the IMAP or POP settings of your email account. You can get this from your mail service provider like if you have a Yahoo account, visit Setup Yahoo Mail with IMAP or POP to get the correct settings.

Once you have it, start Microsoft Office Outlook then go to “Tools,” “Accounts” then select “E-mail Account” on the next screen.

Office Outlook setup email

Next, enter your email account credentials like your complete email address, password, account type (IMAP or POP), and others. If you select IMAP, enter the IMAP settings from your mail provider. If you select POP, enter the POP settings. After setting up the IMAP or POP settings, click “More Options” to configure the outgoing server. In “Authentication,” select “Use Incoming Server Info.”

Office Outlook outgoing server settings

After setting up, test your new account to verify that the configuration is correct and working. If the test fails, check the credentials you entered in Office Outlook and verify them with the correct IMAP/POP settings from your mail provider.

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