How to connect a Microsoft Outlook account to

Your email account provider’s servers are used for mailing by since it does not have its own email servers.

Follow the steps below to connect your Outlook mailbox and authorize to send emails on your behalf.

Outlook is a free email client which is included into Office 365 package. It is meant primarily for personal use and has a daily email sending limit around 300 emails.

 Add email address

Click on the avatar icon in the top-right corner of your screen:

  •  Choose Outlook


Sign in to your Microsoft account

You’ll be redirected to the Microsoft sign in page. Enter your login and password.

 Allow permissions needs access to your mailbox to be able to send emails on your behalf and provide email campaign statistics.

Click Yes to accept app permissions.

Save Settings

After a successful authorization, you’ll be taken to Email Settings page.

Here, you can set up a daily sending limit for this mailbox into Messages per day box. Learn more about email sending limits here.

Set up Delay between emails: enter the interval in seconds between every email sent from this mailbox.

Click the Save Settings button to finish email address set up.

Additional security settings in case of connection error

If you see a connection error after saving the settings, you might need to enable Authenticated SMTP parameter in your Outlook to resolve it.

Enable it for a mailbox you want to connect to

Here’s how:

  • Open the Microsoft 365 admin center and go to Users Active users.
  • Select the mailbox you connect to  click Mail tab. 
  • In the Email apps section, click Manage email apps.
  • Check the box under Authenticated SMTP setting to enable it.
  • Click Save changes.

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