This blog provides information and detailed instructions to set up or configure an Exchange account in the Microsoft Outlook application.
Microsoft Outlook application allows configuration of multiple email accounts like Gmail, Office 365, IMAP, Exchange Server, and more and provides the synchronization facility. Here, we are giving the process to add Microsoft Exchange in Outlook 2013 manually.
Note: There is no provision for setting up an Exchange Account manually in Microsoft Outlook 2016 and 2019 versions.
Before going to the steps to configure Microsoft Exchange account in Outlook 2013, please confirm the following pre-requisites.
After ensuring all the above requirements, perform these steps to add Microsoft Exchange account in Outlook 2013 manually.
Now, you have the desired Exchange account configured in your Outlook email client and all the data saved as an OST file in offline mode (if the Cached Exchange Mode is enabled). In addition to facilitating offline working, the OST file works as a backup file for you to access the lost or deleted Exchange data again after converting it to PST file format.
Though you can try free methods to convert OST to PST file, these methods are not at all reliable or secure. For your help, we suggest an advanced converter tool that offers to convert OST to PST files efficiently without any need for the Exchange Server availability. Kernel for OST to PST tool is an OST converter tool which offers conversion of even corrupted or orphaned OST files in no time. It lets users preview OST data for selective data recovery. Other than conversion to PST file format, the tool provides OST data migration to Office 365, Exchange Server, Gmail, and more.
The blog has described the complete method to manually add Microsoft Exchange in Outlook 2013. It also offers an advanced OST converter tool to convert your OST files into PST format for accessing in difficult situations or use it as a backup for Exchange data.
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