In this tutorial, you will know that how to setup domain email in outlook. These steps are same for all Outlook versions, like Outlook for Office 365, Outlook 2019, Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010.

Step 1:

Open Outlook and click File tab at the top bar of the left corner.
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Step 2

Under Account Information, press + Add Account.
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Step 3

What you see next it depends on your version of Outlook.
1. For Outlook 2016 and Office 365: Enter your domain email, then click Advanced options and select Let me set up my account manually and click connect.
how to setup domain email in outlook 32. For Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013: Enter your information, and select Manual setup or additional server types, and click Next.

Step 4

Under Advanced Setup, select IMAP or POP to setup your domain email in outlook.
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Step 5

Under Account Settings, enter Outgoing mail and Incoming mail information. If you don’t have then contact with your hosting administrator to provide you this information.
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When you’re done entering your server information, select Next > Done.

Tips (If Required)

If window prompt for password, enter your password and select Connect.
If window prompt for certificate, click install to start certificate installation process and then select connect to start using your email account in Outlook.

If you need instruction for adding Office 365, Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, and Exchange accounts, read that how to add email account in Outlook.
Do you have any trouble to setup your domain email in Outlook? Feel free to ask us in comment section.

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