How to Manually Configure Hotmail for Outlook 2007

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Hotmail and Windows LIVE mail are web-based e-mail services that provide e-mail accounts you can access from anywhere. The Microsoft Outlook Connector application is a tool offered by Microsoft to allow you to connect your Hotmail and Windows LIVE accounts to your Outlook application. You can manage your incoming mail easier when you keep your e-mail accounts in one place, managed within the Outlook application. Install Outlook Connector and configure your e-mail account in minutes. Hotmail and Windows LIVE mail are web-based e-mail services that provide e-mail accounts you can access from anywhere. The Microsoft Outlook Connector application is a tool offered by Microsoft to allow you to connect your Hotmail and Windows LIVE accounts to your Outlook application. You can manage your incoming mail easier when you keep your e-mail accounts in one place, managed within the Outlook application. Install Outlook Connector and configure your e-mail account in minutes.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Close your Microsoft Outlook application. Navigate to the download page for the Microsoft Outlook Connector, found on the Microsoft Outlook support website.

  2. 2

    Click "Open" when prompted to open or save the installation file. Click "Run" when your computer prompts you. Agree to the installation if your operating system alerts you to a security warning about installing new software.

  3. 3

    Complete the installation process then exit the application installer by clicking "Finish."

  4. 4

    Launch your Microsoft Outlook application. Input your Hotmail e-mail address, account password and the name you want to appear when you send mail from your Hotmail account.

  5. 5

    Click "OK" to complete the configuration of your Outlook Connector application.

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