Configuring Outlook for CS faculty Exchange service



Exchange 2010 feature is called “Outlook Anywhere” which allows You to use Outlook while connected to the Internet practically from Anywhere without VPN.

Using Outlook, it is possible to send and receive e-mail, to share agendas with other people and to load your employee e-mail in Outlook.

To do so, you can use MAPI (Exchange) . This Protocol will also ensure that you have your contacts and agenda available on the server.


  • The manual has been written for Windows 7.
  • When making your way through the manual, you will often be required to perform actions.
    For these actions, a consistent style of writing has been used: references to text and buttons on screens are printed in italics, information that you have to enter yourself is printed in bold.

CONFIGURING OUTLOOK 2010 for CS faculty Exchange service

Step 1: Configuration screen

  • Go to Start > Control Panel > User Accounts (and Family Safety).
  • Click Mail.

Step 2: E-mail configuration

  • Click E-mail Accounts…

Step 3: Account settings

  • Click New…

Step 4: E-mail service

  • Note: This screen will only appear if you have linked an e-mail account to Outlook in the past. Otherwise, continue with step 5.
  • Select E-mail Account (or Microsoft Exchange).
  • Click Next.

Step 5: E-mail account

  • Enter your Name, Exchange Email ( and password, and click Next.
  • It should recognize you Email in CS Exchange and finish setup.
  • If it fails (For Outlook 2010/3 only) continue the other steps (6 etc.)  after doing:
    • Select Manually configure server settings or additional server types.
    • Click Next.

Step 6: Microsoft Exchange – continue with manual setup:

  • Select Microsoft Exchange (or compatible service).
  • Click Next.

Step 7: Settings

  • Under Server enter : * For Computer Science users (See list below)
  • Check Use Cached Exchange Mode.
  • Under User name enter your login name in TD-CSF domain (e.g. Moshe).
  • Click More Settings

Step 8: Connection

  • Click Connection
  • Select Connect using my Local Area Network (LAN).
  • Select Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP.
  • Click Exchange Proxy Settings…

Step 9: Proxy settings

  • Under https:// enter
  • Select On a fast network, connect using HTTP first, and then by using the TCP/IP.
  • Select On a slow network, connect using HTTP first, and then by using the TCP/IP.
  • Under Proxy authentication settings select the option BASIC Authentication.
  • Click OK.

Step 10: Check Name

  • Click Check Name.
  • Click Next.
  • Click Finish.
  • Click Close.

Step 11: Starting Outlook

  • Click OK under Microsoft Exchange.
  • Click Next under Add New E-mail Account.

A Windows Security window will appear.

  • Under User name enter employee login-name@dnsdoamin-name (e.g.
  • for Computer Science users: login-name@
  • Under Password enter the corresponding password.
  • Click OK.
  • Click Finish.