Outlook 2013 users can access the mails in the account using any browser by accessing Outlook’s online website. However, if the account is a part of your organization’s Exchange server, you would need to access the Outlook Web App or use the Outlook Anywhere feature. The instructions for accessing Outlook 2013 are given below. You need internet access for this process; however, you need not call the Outlook support number.
- Navigate to the Outlook.com web page. It is possible to access this website using multiple devices with web browser support including Macs, PCs, tablets, and smartphones.
- In the field below the Microsoft Account, enter the Email Address of the account that you wish to access right now. You can enter the alias into the Microsoft Account field if you make use of an alias along with your account.
- Once the email address is entered, enter the account’s password in the Password Click on the Sign In button. Your Outlook.com inbox would appear now.
Access Outlook Web App
- You need to know your Outlook Web App URL first. For this, open the Outlook 2013 program using either the desktop shortcut or the Stat Menu Once the Inbox interface appears, click on the File menu and access the Account Information section. Here, you will find a URL link below the label Access This Account on the Web.
- Open your web browser and navigate to the Outlook Web App website. You may use any popular web browser to access emails this way.
- Enter the first part of your email address in the Username field and enter its password in the Password Click on the Sign In button.
- You will see the Inbox interface open up now.
- Open the Mail Click on Mail from the Start Screen. The Mail dialog helps create and manage Outlook profiles.
- Configure your email profile by clicking on Email Accounts and then New that you see under the Email In the dialog box that appears, click on the radio button labeled Manual Setup or Additional Server Types and then Next.
- Enter the account’s details when prompted. Once done, click on Next and then
- Open Outlook 2013 and select Send/Receive. Next, click on the button labeled Send/Receive All Folders. Click on Inbox to start accessing the mail.
Experts over the Outlook support number recommend contacting your system administrator to get specific details if you are using an Exchange account.