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When you first start Microsoft Outlook, you will need to add an account. Follow the steps to add an Outlook.com or Microsoft 365 email account. After you've finished, you can add more accounts. Open Outlook. Type in your email address, then select Connect. Type in your password and select OK.
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Notes: To continue seeing email from other accounts: Forward email from those accounts to Outlook on the web. For more information, see Turn on or off automatic forwarding in Outlook.com, Automatically forward Gmail messages to another account, and Automatic email forwarding in Yahoo Mail.
Most email accounts, including Microsoft 365, Exchange server accounts, Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, Live.com and Google accounts can be set up in a few quick steps. Select Outlook > Preferences > Account. Click the plus ( +) sign > New Account. Type your email address > Continue. Type your password > Add Account.
If someone shared a Microsoft 365 Family subscription with you, their subscription may have expired, or they may have removed the domain from Outlook. Contact the owner of the Microsoft 365 Family subscription and ask them to reconnect the domain. If the "Personalized email address" tab has a red status bar, your domain may have expired.
A Microsoft account is a free account you use to access many Microsoft devices and services, such as the web-based email service Outlook.com (also known as hotmail.com, msn.com, live.com), Office Online apps, Skype, OneDrive, Xbox Live, Bing, Windows, or the Microsoft Store.
This new setup experience for Gmail and Outlook will be enabled for Outlook for Microsoft 365 customers slowly over the next several weeks. If you don't see the exact screens shown here, see the topic Add an email account to Outlook for email setup instructions.