How to Configure Entourage 2008 for Exchange Mail (FacultyStaff)

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					            How to Configure Entourage 2008 for Exchange Mail (Faculty/Staff)

Note: This documentation is provided for those faculty and staff members who have migrated,
or are going to migrate from the Mirapoint e-mail system to the Exchange e-mail system. Do
not use these instructions unless instructed to do so by a technical support person from your
department, or from the Office of Information Technology.

    1. Launch Entourage.
    2. From the Entourage menu, click Account Settings.




    3. Click the down arrow next to the New icon and select Exchange.




    4. The Account Setup Assistant will appear. Enter your e-mail address in the Email
       Address field. (For example, if your Directory ID is jdoe, your e-mail address will be
       jdoe@umd.edu, as in the example shown below). Place a check next to My account is
       on an Exchange server. Click the next arrow pointing to the right.


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    5. Enter your Exchange account user name (Directory ID) in the field labeled User ID. In
       the Domain field, enter ad.umd.edu. (In this example, if your e-mail address is
       jdoe@umd.edu, your user name will be jdoe.) Enter your password in the Password
       field. Make sure Save password in my Mac OS keychain is checked. Click OK and wait
       for the auto configuration to complete.
    6. Click Configure Account Manually.
    7. In the Account name field enter a name that you will use to identify the account. This
       can be helpful if you have several accounts in Entourage and need to differentiate
       between them. For example, a name like Exchange will be sufficient.
    8. In the Exchange server field, enter
       exch.mail.umd.edu/exchange/directoryid@umd.edu. (For example, if
       your Directory ID is jdoe, then put exch.mail.umd.edu/exchange/jdoe@umd.edu in the
       Exchange server field.) Place a check next to This DAV service requires a secure
       connection (SSL).




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    9. Click OK.
    10. Your account is now set up and your folders will now download. It may take several
        minutes for your folders to download.
    11. After you have downloaded your folders, if you prefer, you may go back to your Account
        Settings and delete your saved password by removing the checkmark next to Save
        password in my Mac OS keychain.
    12. Once the e-mail has downloaded be sure to check your Junk E-mail folder for messages
        that are not junk mail. Also go to Tools then Junk E-mail Protection and select your
        preferred junk mail settings.




Last updated: October 2, 2009