Now that the rest of the box opened up, we can fill out the rest of the form. For the Username, you want to put in your real email address. This is the one that will be used for authentication. Next, you want to make sure that IMAP is the Type you are using, for the incoming server, just put a. For the outgoing server, you want to use You want to check the first box to override the Port, and make sure you change the port to 587. Then you want to check the box that says ' Use SSL to connect'.

Hi, We're using Outlook 2016 for Mac, connected to Office 365 using Business Premium licenses. A number of our users have a Shared Mailbox set up in their Outlook 2016 for Mac client. We set up Shared Mailboxes using Method 3 as described here: The problem is, incoming email for Shared Mailboxes is not automatically received unless the user manually presses the 'Send & Receive' button. In other words, Outlook 2016 for Mac does not automatically check for email in the Shared Mailbox. You have to manually press Send & Receive. This appears to be a bug in Outlook 2016 for Mac. How do i lodge a bug with Microsoft?

Aug 22, 2018 - Microsoft Outlook can handle multiple mailboxes. When you are a member of a shared mailbox group, you can add this mailbox to your.

Hi BBL88, To troubleshoot this issue, I suggest you follow the methods below: • Clear the cache of the shared mailbox in Outlook 2016 for Mac based on this article:. • Are you using the latest version of Outlook 2016 for Mac? If not, please update it to the latest version by referring to this article:. • If the issue still exists, as a workaround, I suggest you try to open the shared mailbox via the method 1 and method 2 in this to see they works fine. • Do others in your organization also encounter this issue? • The version of your Outlook for Mac. For example, Version 15.30 (170107).

You can check it by the following steps: • Click on the menu labeled Outlook (next to the A pple logo in the top left corner of the screen). Cannot edit in excel for mac free. • Click About Outlook. Thanks, Amanda.