How do I manually connect Microsoft Outlook 2007 to my Microsoft Exchange 2007 server using HTTP? Article ID#: 6786 Creation Date: Feb-14-2008 Updated Last: Mar-05-2008 Summary: Follow these steps to manually configure your email account using HTTP in Microsoft Outlook 2007.
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Note: The following information pertains only to Outlook 2007 associated with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 plans only. Some features described are not available for all accounts, and may appear differently in your Control Panel interface. To Manually Configure Your Email Account in Microsoft Outlook 2007 using HTTP: The following steps assume that you have accessed your Microsoft Exchange Server Admin Control Panel and created a mailbox. For information about accessing your Admin Control Panel, consult the URL provided in the Activation Email sent to you. The format of these secure URLs are:y y y
Admin Control Panel: https://exchange.readyexchange.net/ User Mailbox Manager: https://exchange.readyexchange.net/mm/ OWA Webmail: https://exchange.readyexchange.net/mail/
Note: If you download and install Outlook 2007 from your account, it is recommended that you perform a clean install before configuring it for your Exchange server. If you already have a previous version of Outlook installed on your PC, please backup your email and settings, uninstall this version (from Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs), reboot your PC, and then install Outlook 2007. Then follow the instructions below to configure Outlook 2007 to connect to your Exchange Mailbox. To obtain the settings needed to configure Microsoft Outlook 2007, consult your MS Exchange Control Panel:
1. Click MS Exchange Server 2007. 2. Click Setup. 3. Click the link under Advanced Users: You can click here for information on how to configure Outlook manually. To configure Microsoft Outlook 2007 to connect to Microsoft Exchange 2007: Note: If you encounter a popup window that asks you to login, click Cancel. If you get an error message or additional login request, click Cancel again. Go to your computer's Control Panel (not the Control Panel for your account). Open Mail. Click Show Profiles. Click Add. Type a profile name, then click OK. Select Manually configure server settings or additional server types then click Next. Select Microsoft Exchange and click Next. Type your Server FQDN as the Microsoft Exchange Server name. Note: You can find the correct name for this setting in your account's Control Panel under MS Exchange Server 2007 | Setup. Click the link under Advanced Users: You can click here for information on how to configure Outlook manually. 9. Type your Exchange Mailbox Username. 10. Select Use Cached Exchange Mode. 11. Click the More Settings button. If prompted for a password, click Cancel 12. Under the Connection tab, select Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP and click the Exchange Proxy Settings button 13. Type your Exchange Proxy Settings. o Type the URL for your Proxy Server in the Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange field. Note: You can find the URL in your Control Panel Setup page under Advanced Users. o Make sure that both On fast networks... and On slow networks... options are checked. o Under Proxy Authentication settings, click Basic Authentication. 14. Click OK, Apply, OK, Next, Finish and OK to save changes. 15. Start Outlook. Note: Use your Primary Email Address for the Username field when you are prompted for login credentials. When using RPC over HTTP, Outlook is not able to store your login information. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Microsoft Outlook 2007: Setting up an LSU Exchange Account (Off-
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Campus)Creating an Outlook Profile NOTE: This can only be done using the Windows XP Operating System. NOTE: Creating a second Outlook profile for off-campus use will create a second set of folders. We advise, if you work on a laptop that you use both on- and off-campus, that you make your off-campus profile your default profile. It will work both on- and offcampus, and you can maintain all of your work in one set of folders. 1. On the computer running Outlook 2007, in Control Panel (For help accessing the Control Panel, click HERE), perform one of the following tasks: - If you are using Category View, click User Accounts, and then click Mail.
- If you are using Classic View, double-click Mail.
2. In Mail Setup, under Profiles, click Show Profiles.
3. IMPORTANT! - You must create a new profile to create an exchange account. If you attempt to create an Exchange account in your existing profile, new messages will not be processed correctly. If you have an account already, go on to step 4. To create a new profile: 3a. In the Mail window, click Add.
3b. In New Profile, enter a name for this profile in the Profile Name: box and then click OK.
4. In the E-mail Accounts wizard, enter your Name, E-mail address, and Password. Then, click Manually Configure Server Settings or Additional Server Typers, and then click Next. .
5. On the Server Type page, click Microsoft Exchange Server, and then click Next.
6a. In the Microsoft Exchange Server box, type in "exchange.lsu.edu." This will automatically locate the back-end LSU server where your Exchange account resides. - For instance,in the example below the back-end server for this account was found to be at 'email001.lsu.edu'. 6b. Click to select the Use Cached Exchange Mode check box (optional, but highly recommended). 6c. In the User Name box, type the PAWS ID. DO NOT Click Check Name at this time 6d. If prompted for any credentials, click Cancel 6e. Click More Settings.
7. On the Connection tab, in Exchange over the Internet, select the Connect to my Exchange mailbox using HTTP check box.
8. Click Exchange Proxy Settings.
9. On the Exchange Proxy Settings page, under Connections Settings, perform the following steps:
9a. Enter the URL defined by the RPC Proxy certificate in the 'Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange box'. email.lsu.edu. 9b. Select the Connect using SSL only check box. DO NOT select the Mutually authenticate the session when connecting with SSL check box. 9c. Configure Outlook 2007 to connect to your Exchange server using RPC over HTTP by default by selecting the check box next to On fast networks, connect to Exchange using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP. 10. On the Exchange Proxy Settings page of the Proxy authentication settings window, select Basic Authentication in the 'Use this authentication when connecting to my proxy server for Exchange:' list.
11. Click OK twice. At the Email Accounts window, click Next and then Finish. 12. Launch Outlook and select the newly created Profile. 13. Enter your PAWSId@lsu.edu and your PAWS/Windows password and then click OK. Outlook will generate a local copy of your mailbox.
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How To Configure Outlook 2007 For Exchange (Windows XP/Vista)
This document provides instructions for configuring Microsoft Outlook 2007 for use with Microsoft Exchange-based email and calendaring. Outlook 2007 is one of several email clients in use on campus and is not supported by all Schools and Centers. For the recommended email client you should use, see Email Specifications by School or ask your Local Support Provider (LSP). Important note: you must update Office 2007 prior to configuring Outlook. The Outlook version number should be 12.0.4518.1014 or above. If you need to configure Outlook 2007 for ISC Exchange, but have already been using Outlook 2007 with POBOX Classic, please see the instructions on the Provider Notes Wiki article called Outlook 2007 to Exchange. Some user domains provisioned with an autodiscover domain name, i.e. autodiscover.servername.upenn.edu, will find that their Outlook 2007 configuration is dramatically simplified and requires only entering an email address in the Outlook configuration screen. Please contact your LSP for more information.1. Launch Outlook 2007. 2. If Outlook has not been previously used, an Outlook 2007 Startup window will appear. If Outlook has been previously used, go to step 4. 3. Click the Next button. Under E-mail Accounts, choose the Yes radio button. Go to step 8. 4. Go to Tools > Account Settings 5. Click on the E-mail tab. 6. Click the New... button. The next screen is Choose E-mail Service. 7. Choose the Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP radio button. 8. Click the Next button. The next screen is Auto Account Setup. 9. In the Your Name: field, enter your name as you wish it appear on outgoing messages. 10. In the E-mail address field, enter your full Exchange email address, email@example.com
11. In the Password: field, enter your email password. 12. In the Retype Password: field, enter your email password again. 13. Click the Next button. The next screen is Online search for your server settings...
When Outlook connects to the server for the first time it will prompt you for your username and password at the autodiscover.exchange.upenn.edu dialog box. 14. In the User name: field, enter kite\username, making sure to include kite\ prior to yourusername
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In the Password: field, enter your email password. Click the OK button. You will be returned to the Online search for your server settings screen. Enable the Manually configure server settings checkbox. Click the Next button. The next screen is Microsoft Exchange Settings. Click the More Settings button. The Microsoft Exchange option dialog will load. Click the Connection tab.
21. Under Outlook Anywhere, ensure th