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Set Up a Microsoft® Exchange 2013 by 1&1 Account Using the Outlook Configurator

For Microsoft Outlook 2007 SP3, 2010 and 2013

Learn how to configure Outlook to connect with your Microsoft® Exchange 2013 by 1&1.

Use Outlook to manage your E-mail and other features together with Exchange. The Outlook Configurator saves you a manual configuration.

Prerequisites
Step 1
Log in to the XAdmin using your 1&1 Exchange e-mail address and your password.
Step 2
Click Outlook configuration.
Exchange administration dashboard
Exchange administration dashboard
Step 3
Click Save File to download the OutlookConfigurator.exe utility to a location where is can easily be accessed, such as the desktop of your computer.
Download window
Download window
Step 4
Once the file is downloaded, run the executable from the download window or double-click the file on your desktop.

Enter your Exchange account E-mail address in the text box, select Automated Setup and click Continue.
Outlook configurator start page
Outlook configurator start page
Step 5
A notice that the Microsoft Outlook has been successfully configured is shown. Click OK.
Confirmation notification
Confirmation notification
Step 6
Enter your Exchange E-mail address and password and then click OK.
Exchange authentification
Exchange authentification
Step 7
If the connection window appears a second time, enter your Exchange password again and then click OK.

Outlook will launch and begin to download the contents of your Microsoft® Exchange 2013 by 1&1 account. The time it takes for Outlook to completely synchronise will depend on the amount of data that needs to be downloaded from the server to Outlook and also on your connection speed.
Outlook start screen

Outlook start screen

Please note:
The next time you launch Outlook, you may be asked to select a profile. The profile name for connecting to your Exchange account will be the same as your Exchange account E-mail address.
Outlook profile selection
Outlook profile selection
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