This simple video will show you that how to configure any email account using outlook in iPhone or iPad. Just follow step by step video.
In this tutorial you will learn how to set up multiple email accounts on iPhone running on iOS.
Setting default email would not be possible if we would not set at least 2-3 email accounts beforehand, from which we could choose the default one. In our “How to set default email on iPhone iOS” tutorial, we explain, well, just that. Right now let’s see how to add multiple mail account to your iPhone running on iOS.
In this tutorial you will learn how to set up and configure Hotmail on iPhone
Step 1. Go to “Settings” app, then find and tap “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” – the heart of all email accounts.
Step 2. Tap “Add Account”. iOS 7 has no “Hotmail” feature, but, since the Microsoft Mail and Hotmail are the same thing now and they are stored on same servers, just tap “Exchange”. Good!
Step 3. Now add your email, its password and description and tap “Next”.
Step 4. Attention! When it asks you for server address, simply tap “s.outlook.com” in a server field.
Step 5. As a username, just use again your email address. Tap “Next”.
Step 6. Everything works well and you’re now in the part of app menu where you can decide which parts of your Hotmail you want to sync with your iPhone. If you’re the type of person who prefers to keep everything in one place, like us, simply tap “Save” without tweaking anything. Some other users may prefer to sync only “Mail” with iPhone or only “Contacts” and “Reminders”. It’s up to you! Tap “Save” when you’re done.
Step 7. As you can see, your Hotmail account has just been added and it comes under the default “Exchange” title. Don’t let it full you. It’s as much of Hotmail as it always was:).
Step 8. When you tap “Exchange” now, you’ll be redirected to the screen where you can tweak your Hotmail settings on this iPhone and even delete your account. We’ve just decided that we don’t want to sync “Notes” with iPhone.
Step 9. Now, when you go back to home screen and tap the “Mail” app, you can see your newly added mail. It’s probably syncing and adding new unread emails to your iPhone now:)!