How to Connect to Microsoft Outlook Web Access

By Peyton Brookes

Microsoft Outlook is an email program that features a personal information management system. Outlook allows you to send email, manage contacts and schedule your calendar. Businesses usually install Microsoft Outlook to an Exchange server. This allows management of messaging services. In addition to Outlook's desktop version, you can access your email over the Internet through Outlook Web Access.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet access

Step 1

Verify the web address provided to you by your system administrator.

Step 2

In the security section, select “This is a public or shared computer” if you are using a public computer. Select “This is a private computer” if you are using a private computer.

Step 3

Type your username in the \"Domain\\Username\" box. Type your existing password into the “Password” box. Click the “Log on” button.