Connect your Hotmail and Gmail Accounts to Outlook 2013 for Easier ccessibility
Microsoft Outlook 2013 helps you manage your busy and fast-paced life more efficiently and offers you much improved ways to handle all your e-mails, schedules, contacts and social networks. With Outlook 2013 supporting Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) technology, you can bid adieu to the pesky Outlook Connector and still say connected with people and groups that matter the most to you. EAS allows you to sync e-mails, calendars, and contacts from your Outlook.com account and will ensure that your data remains where it belongs – on the iCloud or on the server, while allowing you to access your personal e-mail accounts from anywhere, at any time.
It is very easy to set up your Hotmail or Outlook.com account on Outlook 2013. Just follow our simple steps and get the full power of Outlook app in just a few minutes:
- In your Outlook 2013 account, go to ‘File’ menu and click ‘Add Account.’
Simple, isn’t it? However, the real problem starts when your Outlook cannot detect your e-mail accounts correctly. For those who suffer the above issue, our simple workaround solution can come to your rescue. To solve this problem,
1. Go to the Outlook settings and click on ‘Add Account’ option.
2. Now, instead of going through the auto-setup process, select the ‘Manual setup or additional server types’ option and click ‘Next.’
3. Select ‘Exchange ActiveSync’ as your desired service.
That's it! You Outlook account will sync your e-mail account and will automatically download all your messages and contacts in just a couple of minutes.
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