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  1. 2020-4-5  How to set up Hotmail on a Mac. Microsoft Hotmail was a very popular email service, but Microsoft discontinued it in favour of Outlook back in 2013, as a result it can be tricky to sync your.
  2. Download and install or reinstall Office 365 or Office 2019 on a PC or Mac. If this is the first time you're installing Office you may have some setup steps to do.
  3. 2017-2-10  I have been trying to setup my hotmail.it account on my Mac Mail program, but the account has never gone online, it always returns me a message similar to. Mail can't connect to the account 'hotmail.it' account. Enter the password. Of course, if I enter a password, it does not change.

I have been trying to setup my hotmail.it account on my Mac Mail program, but the account has never gone online, it always returns me a message similar to: Mail can't connect to the account 'hotmail.it' account. Enter the password. Of course, if I enter a password, it does not change.

Updated: February 2019

Couple of days ago , we got the following question:

I found online several guides that explain how to setup GMail into Microsoft Outlook on Windows 7 and 10. None of them were targeted at MAC. I just bought a Macbook air with the High Sierra operating system installed, and need some configuration help for GMail for Outlook. Specifically i am looking for the pop or IMAP settings that I’ll need to use in order to connect to the GMail account from the MAC.

Thanks for the question. As many things in Apple land, setting up GMail is relatively a breeze. Read on for the complete details, details for MAC OSX versions prior to High Sierra are similar. The procedure is equally valid for Office 365, as well as the standard Office 2016 and 2019 packages.

Configuring Gmail settings on Outlook 2019 for MAC

Note: If this is the first time you are setting up email in your MAC, you’ll initially be prompted to select an email provider, be it Exchange, ICloud, Yahoo or GMail. After making your selection skip to step 5 below.

Kindly proceed as following:

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook for MAC.
  2. From your header, go ahead and hit on the Outlook menu item.
  3. Hit on Preferences.
  4. Under Personal Settings select Accounts. (Alternatively hit Tools and then Accounts).
  5. Hit the + button in the bottom-left side of the dialog and select New Account or if prompted, hit the Add email account button.
  6. Enter your GMail address. If there is no matching account, you’ll be prompted and asked to manually pick the email provider.
  1. Hit Next.
  1. Enter your Google password and hit Next. Hit the Forgot password in order to recover it.
  2. Now, hit the Sign in to Google button.
  3. Your browser will open and the following screen will appear.
  1. Hit Allow to access and modify your Google information, manage your Drive files, contacts and calendar.
  2. In the Launch Application dialog, hit Open Link.
  1. GMail will get automatically configured in Outlook. Depending of your internet connection and mailbox size, the process will take up to 5 minutes to complete.

  1. Hit Done
  2. Your GMail inbox will be setup in Outlook and visible in the left hand pane.
  1. Your configuration settings are available under Tools >> Accounts.

Additional Settings for Gmail on Outlook

Once you added Outlook you could make some basic configurations to personalize your account.

Define your signature

One of the first things i do when setting up an Outlook account is to personalize my outgoing email signature. Here’s a detailed walk through with the steps.

Cancel email notifications

Annoyed from incoming email notifications, here’s a guide on how to disable desktop alerts on Windows and MAC.

Enjoy your MAC 🙂

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Outlook for iOS and Android offers Exchange administrators the ability to 'push' account configurations to their on-premises users who use Basic authentication with the ActiveSync protocol. This capability works with any Mobile Device Management (MDM) provider who uses the Managed App Configuration channel for iOS or the Android in the Enterprise channel for Android.

For on-premises users enrolled in Microsoft Intune, you can deploy the account configuration settings using Intune in the Azure Portal.

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Once an account configuration has been created and the user enrolls their device, Outlook for iOS and Android will detect that an account is 'Found' and will then prompt the user to add the account. The only information the user needs to enter to complete the setup process is their password. Then, the user's mailbox content will load and the user can begin using the app.

The following images show an example of the end-user setup process after Outlook for iOS and Android has been configured in Intune in the Azure Portal.

Create an app configuration policy for Outlook for iOS and Android using Microsoft Intune

If you're using Microsoft Intune as your mobile device management provider, the following steps will allow you to deploy account configuration settings for your on-premises mailboxes that leverage basic authentication with the ActiveSync protocol. Once the configuration is created, you can assign the settings to groups of users, as detailed in the next section, Assign configuration settings.

Note

If users in your organization use both iOS and Android for Work devices, you'll need to create a separate app configuration policy for each platform.

  1. Sign into Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

  2. Select Apps and then select App configuration policies.

  3. On the App Configuration policies blade, choose Add and select Managed devices.

  4. On the Add app configuration blade, enter a Name, and optional Description for the app configuration settings.

  5. For Platform, choose either iOS/iPadOS or Android.

  6. For Associated app, choose Select the required app, and then, on the Targeted apps blade, choose Microsoft Outlook.

    Note

    If Outlook is not listed as an available app, then you must add it by following the instructions in Add Android store apps to Microsoft Intune and How to add iOS store apps to Microsoft Intune.

  7. Click OK to return to the Add app configuration blade.

  8. Choose Configuration Settings. On the Configuration blade, select Use configuration designer for the Configuration settings format. The key value pairs used in this section are defined in the section Key value pairs.

  9. If you want to deploy account setup configuration, select Yes for Configure email account settings and configure appropriately:

    • For Authentication type, select Basic authentication. This is required for on-premises accounts that do not leverage hybrid modern authentication.

    • For Username attribute from AAD, select User Principal Name or sAMAccountName. If sAMAccountName is selected, enter the NetBIOS domain name in the Account domain field.

    • For Email address attribute from AAD, select Primary SMTP Address.

    • For Email server, enter the Exchange ActiveSync externally accessible domain name.

    • For Email account name, enter a descriptive value for the account.

  10. If you want to deploy general app configuration settings, configure the desired settings accordingly:

    • For Focused Inbox, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off.

    • For Require Biometrics to access the app, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On, Off (app default). When selecting On or Off, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value. This setting is only available in Outlook for iOS.

    • For Save Contacts, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On, Off (app default). When selecting On or Off, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value.

    • For Default app signature, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off.

    • For Block external images, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On, Off (app default). When selecting On or Off, administrators can choose to allow the user to change the app setting's value. Select Yes (app default) to allow the user to change the setting or choose No if you want to prevent the user from changing the setting's value.

    • For Organize mail by thread, choose from the available options: Not configured (default), On (app default), Off.

  11. When you are done, choose OK.

  12. On the Add app configuration blade, choose Add.

The newly created configuration policy is displayed on the App configuration blade.

Assign configuration settings

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You assign the settings to groups of users in Azure Active Directory. When a user has the Microsoft Outlook app installed, the app is managed by the settings you have specified. To do this:

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  1. From the Apps - App configuration policies blade, select the app configuration policy you want to assign.

  2. On the next blade, choose Assignments.

  3. On the Assignments blade, select Select groups to include and choose the Azure AD group to which you want to assign the app configuration, and then choose Select.

  4. Select Save to save and assign the app configuration policy.

Key value pairs

When you create an app configuration policy in the Azure Portal or through your MDM provider, you will need the following key value pairs:

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KeyValues
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.EmailAccountNameThis value specifies the display name email account as it will appear to users on their devices.
Value type: String
Accepted values: Display Name
Default if not specified: <blank>
Required: Yes
Example: user
Intune Token*: {{username}}
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.EmailAddressThis value specifies the email address to be used for sending and receiving mail.
Value type: String
Accepted values: Email address
Default if not specified: <blank>
Required: Yes
Example: [email protected]
Intune Token*: {{mail}}
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.EmailUPNThis value specifies the User Principal Name or username for the email profile that will be used to authenticate the account.
Value type: String
Accepted values: UPN Address or username
Default if not specified: <blank>
Required: Yes
Example: [email protected]
Intune Token*: {{userprincipalname}}
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.ServerAuthenticationThis value specifies the authentication method for the user.
Value type: String
Accepted values: 'Username and Password'
Default if not specified: 'Username and Password'
Required: No
Example: 'Username and Password'
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.ServerHostNameThis value specifies the host name of your Exchange server.
Value type: String
Accepted values: ActiveSync FQDN
Default if not specified: <blank>
Required: Yes
Example: mail.companyname.com
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.AccountDomainThis value specifies the user's account domain.
Value type: String
Accepted values: Domain
Default if not specified: <blank>
Required: No
Example: companyname
com.microsoft.outlook.EmailProfile.AccountTypeThis value specifies the account type being configured based on the authentication model.
Value type: String
Accepted values: BasicAuth
Default if not specified: BasicAuth
Required: No
Example: BasicAuth

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* Microsoft Intune users can use tokens that will expand to the correct value according to the MDM enrolled user. See Add app configuration policies for managed iOS devices for more information.