Manually Configure Outlook 2003 for Hosted Exchange 2010
Posted by Jay Allred on 21 January 2014 03:17 PM
System Requirements: Outlook 2003 SP2 and Windows XP SP2 or Windows Vista or Windows 7
1. Click Start > Control Panel and then click the Mail (32-bit) or Mail icon. (You may need to change the View by: to Large icons to see the Mail icon.)
2. Click on Show Profiles.
3. You will probably see existing profiles. Click Add...
4. Type a name in the Profile Name field and click OK.
5. Make sure Add a new e-mail account is checked and click Next.
6. Click on Microsoft Exchange Server and click Next.
7. Type in ral-casarray01.myexchangeaccount.com for the Microsoft Exchange Server name and your email address for the User Name. Click on More Settings...
8. Click OK when the error message appears.
9. Click Cancel on the Microsoft Exchange Server General settings window.
10. Click on the Security tab and click Encrypt data between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server.
11. Click on the Connection tab and then click the check box beside Connect to my Exchange mailbox using HTTP. Click on Exchange Proxy Settings...
12. In the URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange field type connect.myexchangeaccount.com. Click the check box beside 'Mutually authenticate the session when connecting with SSL' and in the 'Principal name for proxy server' field type msstd:connect.myexchangeaccount.com. Click the check box beside 'On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP'. Change the Proxy authentication settings to Basic Authentication and then click OK. Click OK again.
13. Click on Check Name.
14. Enter your user name (your email address) and your password and click OK.
15. You should see that the Exchange server name and User Name are now underlined. Click Next.
16. Click Finish on the Congratulations screen.
17. On the Mail Profiles screen change the Always use this profile drop down to the profile you just created. Click OK and close the Control Panel.
18. Launch Outlook and enter your user name (email address) and password. Your mailbox should sync up.