Configuring Outlook 2013 for UTORexchange


The following instructions will guide you on how to set up Outlook 2013 for UTORexchange:

Note: If Microsoft Outlook is currently running, please exit it completely before proceeding.

You will need to create a new or separate mail profile within Outlook for the UTORexchange account. (This document presumes you have not previously configured UTORexchange on a prior version of Microsoft Outlook, and have just upgraded to Outlook 2013.)

  1. Start the Mail applet:
    • in Windows 7 - Go to Start > Control Panel and type Mail in the search field
    • in Windows 8 - Go to Start and type Control Panel. Click on Control Panel on the left then type Mail in the Search box
  2. Open the Mail (32-bit) icon.
  3. You may see one of the two following windows: the Mail Setup window (if there are existing profiles) or the Mail window (if there are no exisiting profiles). If you see the Mail Setup window, you will need to click on Show Profiles before proceeding. Once you see the Mail window, click Add.

    Add Profile
  4. Type UTORexchange for the Profile Name and click OK.
  5. Select the Manual setup or additional server types radio button. Click Next.

    Manually Set up Account
  6. Select the Microsoft Exchange or compatible service radio button. Click Next.

    Choose Microsoft Exchange Server
  7. Type arborcaslbx1.utorarbor.utorad.utoronto.ca in the Server field. Ensure that the Use cached Exchange Mode checkbox is enabled/checked. Type your UTORid  (where UTORid is your UTORid) in the User Name field. Click More Settings. (If you see an error window appear at this point, click OK to proceed.)

    Enter Server Settings utorarbor

  8. Go to the Connection tab. Enable the Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP checkbox. Click the Exchange Proxy Settings button.

    Connection tab
  9. Type outlookanywhere2010.utoronto.ca in the https:// field. Place checkmarks beside the following:
    • Connect using SSL only
    • For the option Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate make sure there is no checkmark beside it.
    • On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP
    • On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP
    • Below the Proxy authentication settings heading, select Basic Authentication from the pull-down menu.

      Exchange Proxy Settings
  10. Confirm all changes by clicking OK, OK, and Next.
  11. At this point you will be asked to enter your credentials. Enter your UTORid and password in the appropriate fields. Click OK.

    UTORarbor\UTORid and password

  12. Click Finish.
  13. In the Mail window, select Always use this profile and select your Exchange account from the pull-down menu. Click OK.
  14. Start Outlook. In the Connect window, type utorarbor\UTORid (where UTORid is your actual UTORid) in the User name field and type your UTORid password in the Password field. Click OK.
  15. Outlook immediately begins synchronization with the Exchange server. This process can take a long time, but happens only once. Leave Outlook running until the Outlook status bar displays: All folders are up to date.
Tags: Outlook 2013, UTORexchange
Last update:
2016-03-17 11:45
Author:
Amanda Wagner
Revision:
1.8
Average rating: 2.89 (19 Votes)

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