How to Find Out the Microsoft Exchange Server Address

By Jesse Lanclos

Microsoft Exchange Server is a popular communications tool for many businesses. It provides an email client, calendar, task list and more to give coworkers a way to stay productive and in touch. If your office uses Microsoft Exchange Server, you may need the server address for troubleshooting purposes.

Step 1

Launch Microsoft Outlook, and then open the "File" menu.

Step 2

Click the "Account Settings" button, and then select "Account Settings" from the drop-down list.

Step 3

Select your Microsoft Exchange email account, and then click the "Change" button. Your Microsoft Exchange Server address information is in the Server Information section.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you are still unable to locate the Microsoft Exchange Server address, ask your IT department for assistance.
  • Information in this article applies to Microsoft Outlook 2013. Instructions may vary slightly or significantly with other versions of the program.