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Old 08-02-2021, 12:13 PM
fireman0174 fireman0174 is offline Unable to add accounts to Outlook Mac OS X Unable to add accounts to Outlook Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac
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Had Outlook 365 but it was not renewed (several months ago).

Recently I purchased and loaded Microsoft Office Home & Business 2019 which includes Outlook. This is for a iMac computer.

I am totally unable to load either one of my e-mail accounts into Outlook.

Attached below is a snap shot of the page that I'm stopped at. Simply not able to get the Add Account button active,

Microsoft help was tried but . . . .



Error.jpg

In advance, thanks.

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Originally Posted by jake_paul View Post
Problems adding your email account? Use advanced setup.

You may need to manually add your email account. Choose from one of the advanced methods below:

Use advanced setup to add a POP or IMAP email account in Outlook for Windows
If you need to enter specific values for incoming and outgoing server names, port numbers, or SSL settings, you can use Outlook's advanced setup option. You can use these instructions to add a POP or IMAP account to Outlook.

1. Open Outlook and select File > Add Account.
2. On the next screen, enter your email address, select Advanced options, then check the box for Let me set up my account manually and select Connect.
3. Select your account type. Most of the time when you need to use this option, you'll select IMAP.
4. The Account settings screen should be pre-populated with most of the account settings you need. However, if you need to look up your settings, see the POP and IMAP account settings topic. Enter your incoming and outgoing server settings and then select Next.
5. Enter your password and then select Connect.

Use advanced setup to add a third-party MAPI email account to Outlook for Windows
If you are using a third-party MAPI provider, download and configure the MAPI email provider application as suggested by provider company.

1. Open Outlook and select File > Add Account.
2. On the next screen, enter your email address, select Advanced options, check the box for Let me set up my account manually, and select Connect.
3. On the Advanced Setup screen, select Other.
4. On the Other screen, choose the type of server to connect to from the list.
5. Click Connect.

Note: The Other option and your account type listed under it will only appear if you’ve properly installed and configured the MAPI provider.

The third-party MAPI provider application installed on your machine should launch.
Finalize the account setup by following the MAPI provider's instructions.

I Hope you find this helpful.
Thanks for the info. Wish I could have found it myself.

Anyway, it's up and running with your assistance.

Thanks again!!
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