How to Configure Office Live Outlook Email Settings

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How to Configure Office Live Outlook Email Settings
Microsoft Live can be used with Outlook. (e-mail image by Hao Wang from Fotolia.com)

The Microsoft Office Live Workspace is a service provided by Microsoft to enable online file sharing and storage. If you have installed the Office Live Update on your computer, you can use the Outlook e-mail program in coordination with your Office Live Workspace to directly open documents and spreadsheets, and to send and receive e-mails. If you choose to use the Microsoft Live service, you will need to configure Office Live to make use of all the features of the online application.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Download the Microsoft Office Connector application plug-in (check the Resources section of this article).

  2. 2

    Run the "OutlookConnector.exe" program after the download has completed and follow the default instructions on the subsequent menu options.

  3. 3

    Open the Outlook program by clicking on the icon that is located on your desktop. You can also access the program directly from your "Start" menu.

  4. 4

    Click on the "Tools" option within the Outlook program and select the "e-mail accounts" option. Then, click on the "Add a New e-mail Account" option and then click on the "Next" button.

  5. 5

    Select the "HTTP" setting and then click "Next." After you do this, input your user information into the specified fields.

  6. 6

    Choose "Hotmail" as your HTTP mail service provider from the list of providers in order to connect your Live Hotmail account to Outlook. Once you are finished, click the "Next" then the "OK" buttons. You have now configured the setting of Outlook to work with the Microsoft Office Live program.

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