Adding Cardmail to the Outlook Client

In order to add a second account such as Cardmail to your Exchange account in order to eliminate logging in to each one follow these instructions

From Exchange

  1. Click File
  2. Click Add Account found above Account Settings

On the E=mail Account screen

  1. Enter your name
  2. Enter your Cardmail Email address
  3. Enter your Ulink password
  4. Click on Manual setup

On the Choose Service screen

  1. Click on POP or IMAP
  2. Click Next

On the POP and IMAP Account Settings

  1. Enter your user name
  2. Enter your Cardmail email address
  3. Use the pull down arrow and select IMAP
  4. Incoming Mail server: Outlook.office365.com
  5. Outgoing mail server: Outlook.office365.com
  6. Enter User Name with your Email address such as UserID@Cardmail.louisville.edu
  7. Click on Remember password
  8. Click More Settings

On the Internet E-Mail Settings General tab

  1. Enter name for the account, such as Cardmail
  2. Enter organization name
  3. Enter reply E-mail address
  4. Click the Outgoing Server tab

On the Outgoing Server tab

  1. Check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication
  2. Check “Use same settings…” button
  3. Click on the Advanced tab

On the Advanced Tab

  1. Enter 993 for incoming server (IMAP)
  2. Select SSL from the pull down menu for incoming encrypted connection
  3. Enter 587 for Outgoing server (SMPT)
  4. Select TLS from the Pull down menu for Outgoing encrypted connection
  5. Click OK

On the POP and IMAP Account Settings

  1. Click next

Your system will be tested and you will receive confirmation that your Cardmail data will be imported.

 

Combined Inbox

The Outlook client does not provide a combined inbox of all messages from your multiple email accounts. A simple way to improve access to all your accounts is to include them in your favorites view with Outlook using the following instructions.

Move your Cardmail Inbox into your Outlooks Favorites

  1. Right click on Cardmail inbox
  2. Click on Move to Favorites
  3. Click and drag the inbox to the desired location
  • This process must be repeated for each computer you use.

 

Revised 2/20/15