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So, for example, if your domain name were widgets.com, your incoming mail server would be mail.3.
You’ll see a dialog box asking whether to allow Microsoft Outlook to access your confidential information stored in your Mac OS X keychain.
Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it.
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We have a pretty good app for Windows 10 allowing you to access your files, but it doesn't allow you to sync them to your PC.
For Dropbox syncing you'll need to install the desktop sync app first.
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Now that I've upgraded to Windows 8.1 on all my machines, I really like it.
If this is the first time you’ve opened Microsoft Outlook 2011, begin at If you’re opening Microsoft Outlook 2011 for the first time.
The reason Microsoft Outlook wants to access the keychain is to store your user name and password for accessing incoming and outgoing email. This allows Outlook to store the user name and password now, and also retrieve it each time you attempt to receive or send messages. In the More Options window, change the popup menu for Authentication to Use Incoming Server Info, then click the OK button to return to the Accounts window.
NOTE: If you click the Allow or Deny buttons, you’ll have to enter your email password manually each time you want to send and receive messages. That takes you back to the Accounts window, and your newly created account is listed at the left side of the window. Close the Accounts window to return to the main Outlook email window.
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If you’ve previously set up accounts in Microsoft Outlook 2011, begin further down the page, where it says If you’ve previously set up email accounts in Microsoft Outlook 2011. You’ll see the Welcome to Microsoft Outlook for Mac window.