Outlook Setup for a MAC - Manual

These steps to setup your Outlook account make the assumption that you have already installed Outlook. If either your Apple user account name is different from your ShortID or your Apple user account password is different from your Active Directory password, use these instructions.

If you have not already installed Outlook, see this page on instructions on how to do so.

If your account name is the same as your ShortID and your Apple account password matches your Active Directory Password, go to this page for alternate instructions.

1. Launch the Outlook application.

Click the Microsoft Outlook icon

2. If you have not opened Outlook before, you will need to follow these next steps.

  • Fill in your First, Last, and Company Name. Click Continue.

Fill in First, Last, and Company Name and click Continue

  • Enable Office Updates and Disable the Customer Experience Improvement Program. Click Continue.

Enable Office Updates, Disable Customer Experience Program, and click Continue

  • Click Done.

Click Done

  • Click Continue.

Click Continue

3. From the menu bar, click Tools > Accounts.

Click Tools from the menu bar and then Accounts from the drop-down menu

4. Click the Exchange Account icon to setup your account.

Click the Exchange Account icon

5. Type in your email address, which is your MyFSU login ID, your username, which is your email address, and your password, which is your MyFSU password. Uncheck the Configure automatically box and type in the server name, which is https://outlook.office365.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx. Once filled in, click Add Account.

 Enter your email address, your username, and your password. Uncheck Configure automatically box, type in server name and click Add Account

6. Check the box to save your response and click Allow.

Check the box and click Allow

7. Your account should show up here with a green dot. If it did, then your account has been setup.

If your account shows up with a green dot, your account is setup

If you feel you followed these steps accurately and the process did not work, please contact the Technology Assistance Center via one of the methods at right.

Last updated: 03-20-2014