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Setup Email in Outlook 2010 (Off Campus) on Windows 8

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Below are the steps for setting up an IWU email account for staff, faculty, or (CAS) students that are off campus.

  1. Access the Start Screen (pressing the Windows key from a keyboard)
  2. Start typing (the search prompt will automatically open) "control panel"
  3. The search will bring up the Control Panel icon, click on Control Panel to open it
  4. Click on Mail (Note: You may need to Click on “User Accounts” first)
  5. Click “E-mail Accounts…”
  6. Create a new account (Click on new)
  7. Click “Manually configure server settings or additional server types”
  8. Click “Next”
  9. Click “Microsoft Exchange”
  10. Click “Next”
  11. For the exchange server enter: orange.iwunet.indwes.edu
  12. For the username enter your IWU username
  13. Click “More Settings” 
  14. Click the “Connection” Tab
  15. Select “Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP”
  16. Click “Exchange Proxy Settings”
  17. In the “Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange:” enter   webmail.indwes.edu
  18. Check the “Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate:”
  19. Enter    msstd:orange.iwunet.indwes.edu
  20. Select a connection preference:
    • If you always connect from off-campus, check both the “On fast networks...” and “On slow networks...” checkboxes
    • If you are sometimes on-campus and sometimes off-campus, check only the “On slow networks...” checkbox
  21. Select authentication settings:
    1. If you login to your computer with your IWU account, select “NTLM Authentication” in the drop-down menu
  22. If you are prompted to log in, use this format "IWUNET\username"
  23. Click OK, and then click OK again
  24. Click Next
  25. Click Finish
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