Microsoft Exchange Server is a mail server/calendar software/contact manager mainly used in offices, corporate environments, and schools/universities etc. to configure email accounts for office/work purposes. The server requires either a POP3 or IMAP server to work with Windows Live Mail, which is an upgraded version of Microsoft Outlook, or with a web email client. Microsoft Exchange server requires that the IT administrator enables and configures it in order to make it work in Windows Live Mail.
Check the steps given below and set up Microsoft Exchange Server mail service on Windows Live Mail:
Before you begin to set up Windows Live Mail with Microsoft Exchange Server, make sure that you have IMAP or POP3 server settings along with SMTP server settings. If you don’t have these settings, ask your IT administrator. Once you have obtained the settings, open up Windows Live Mail from the Start button. if you don’t see Windows Live Mail on the Start menu, click Windows Live or search for it in the Start Search bar.
If you previously didn’t setup any email account in Windows Live Mail, the new mail setup wizard should automatically pop up prompting to set up a new account. If the automatic wizard doesn’t pop up, click the Tools tab> Accounts> E-mail Account> Next.
On the “Add an E-mail Account” screen, enter your exchange email address in the “E-mail address” field and password in the “Password” field. Check the “Remember Password” box to make Windows Live Mail always remember your password. Enter the display name in the “Display Name” box and check the “Manually configure server settings” box. Click “Next” to continue to the next screen.
On the “Configure server settings” screen, select POP3 or IMAP from the drop-down menu beside Server type. In the “Server address” box, enter your exchange incoming server address (for e.g. exchange.livemail.co.us for IMAP or pop.exchangelivemail.net etc. for POP3). In the SMTP server address box, enter the SMTP server main address. Fill in rest of the information in the relevant boxes. If your server requires a secure connection (SSL), check the relevant box. If your outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication, check the relevant box. Click “Next” once you have filled up all the relevant info fields.
On the next screen, review your settings and then click “Next” and then “Finish” to save changes and exit the window. Close any other active window also except Windows Live Mail. Your emails should start loading up in your Inbox now. Send yourself a test email to make sure that you can send too. In case of an error, go back to the settings and change them. If the problem persists, call us at +1-877-907-4935 and get an expert to help you.