Office 365 Mac Outlook Manual Setup


With the new version of Office 365 on the Exchange 2013 platform, Microsoft really recommends using Autodiscover for client configuration and connectivity. There may be some instances during coexistence where Autodiscover cannot be changed/redirected. The following are the steps in order to gather and configure Outlook manually. This manual configuration is on a per user basis by obtaining the user’s ExchangeGUID using PowerShell.

  1. Open the Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell and log into your tenant.
  2. Type the following to retrieve a detailed output of all users (managed and federated) created or synchronized.
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The main “issue” when creating a manual Outlook mail profile, is to get the Exchange Online server name that hosts the Office 365 recipient mailbox. Usually, when creating a new Outlook mail profile, The Autodiscover process finds information about the required Exchange Online server by using the Office 365 “Public” email address.

  • Outlook is included with Microsoft Office 365. Faculty and staff with full-service SUNet IDs can download Microsoft Office for Mac via webmail for free. See the Microsoft Office page for more information.
  • Outlook for Mac is a disk space hog but the macOS has a way to recover some of that. Mac computers can have relatively small hard drives like 128GB or 265GB which Outlook 2016 for Mac can gobble up. Unfortunately, Outlook for Mac, even the latest Outlook 2016 doesn’t have some of the space saving options available to Office for Windows.

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Get-Recipient –ResultSize unlimited Export-CSV C:MBXNames.csv

  1. Open the MBXNames.csv. Search for the user in the CSV and scroll over to the column titled ExchangeGUID.
  2. Copy the ExchangeGUID.

Open Mail within Control Panel
Create a New Outlook profile
On the Account Setup page, select “Manual setup or additional server types”. Click Next.
Select the default service “Microsoft Exchange Server or compatible service”. Click Next.
Next to Server, past the ExchangeGuid previously copied. Add your domain at the end.
Type in the Username (UPN). Click on More Settings.
Click on the Security tab. De-select “Encrypt data between Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange”.
Change the “Logon network security” from Negotiate to Anonymous. (Outlook 2010 SP1 must be installed in order to select Anonymous.)
Click on the Connection tab. Select “Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP”. Click on Exchange Proxy Settings.
Under Connection settings, type the following:
Proxy URL https:// >
Proxy Connection >
Select “On fast networks…”
Change Proxy Authentication settings to Basic
Click OK. Click Apply/Ok. Click Next
Click Next.
In the Windows Security pop-up, type in the user’s credentials (email address/Password). Select “Remember my credentials”. Click Ok.
Click on Finish.
Launch Outlook and away you go!