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Exchange 2010Email Upgrade

Microsoft Outlook

 

Outlook On Campus

All staff PCs on the Hull campus will be upgraded automatically. 

If you're asked for your login details, rememeber to add @hull.ac.uk to the end of your user ID. For example, if your user ID is 353535, you should type 353535@hull.ac.uk. Tick remember password.

All of your emails will be moved to the new Exchange system automatically.

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Do you use Outlook or Entourage on a Mac?

Click here to find out how to get connected.

 

Outlook Off Campus

If you have configured Outlook to access your email on a personal computer or laptop, the program should automatically detect the changes to the mail server and continue working as normal, once you have restarted your PC. 

If you're asked for your login details, rememeber to add @hull.ac.uk to the end of your user ID. For example, if your user ID is 353535, you should type 353535@hull.ac.uk. Tick remember password.

If this doesn't work, you'll just need to make a small adjustment to access the new Exchange 2010 email server - follow the instructions below.

 

Close Outlook.

MailPress the Start button and open the Control Panel.

If available, select User Accounts and Family Safety. 

Click the Mail icon.

Email AccountsPress the Email Accounts button.

Double click on your email account - this is likely to be the only option in the list and may be your email address or titled 'Microsoft Exchange' (see image below).

Change the server to mail.hull.ac.uk

Press the More settings button and select the Connection tab.

Press the Exchange Proxy Settings button.

Enter mail.hull.ac.uk into the first field ('use this url to connect to my proxy server..').

In the second field ('only connect to proxy servers') type msstd:mail.hull.ac.uk

Click OK to save your changes, then next and finish.

Open Outlook. You may need to retype your password.

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