Adding AU Email to Microsoft Outlook for macOS

Modified on: Sat, 2022, Oct 29 4:35 PM



To send and receive your email in Outlook, you will first need to add your Asbury email account to Outlook. This document will walk through how to add your email to Outlook on Mac.

Adding to Add Your Email to Outlook


Many types of email accounts, including Microsoft Exchange accounts,,,, and accounts can be added using Outlook's automatic setup option.  If Outlook does not prompt you to walk through the automatic setup, you can use these instructions to add your first account or additional accounts.

1. Open Outlook to begin the process. 

2. If this is the first account you are adding, it will prompt you to type your email address > Continue. If this is NOT your first account and you are adding a second email such as a personal gmail or outlook account - open outlook > preferences > accounts > click the + icon and follow the steps.

3. Type your password > Add Account. (Your screen might look different from this one depending on the account you're adding.)

a. If it asks for a server, enter: and if it requires a domain, enter

b. If adding a Gmail, Yahoo, or other IMAP or POP account, you might be taken to those sites and asked to allow Outlook to access your mail, contacts, and calendars. Click Allow to continue.

4. Select Done to start using Outlook for Mac. 

If you have any issues with the set up, try setting up the account manually. Open Outlook and go to Outlook > Preferences.

1. In Preferences, select Accounts under the Personal Settings section.

2. Now you will have the option to add an account. Click add Exchange Account.

3. Type in your Asbury email address in the first field. Type in your Asbury password in the password field.

a. Uncheck the Configure Automatically check box and then fill in the server field.

b. The server must be:

4. Now click Add Account and wait for Outlook to finish the setup.

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