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Adding a shared Exchange Online mailbox to Apple Mail for macOS

You can add a shared Exchange Online mailbox to your Apple Mail app on macOS desktops and laptops.

1

Open the Apple Mail app.

2

Click 'Mail' on the Mac system bar at the top of the screen and select 'Preferences' from the drop-down menu.

apple mail 2 Preferences


3

Click on the '+' symbol at the bottom left of the pop-up window and select 'Other Mail Account'. Click 'Continue'.

apple mail 3 Other Mail Account

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Enter name and email address of the shared mailbox you wish to add, and your UIS Password. Click 'Sign In'.

apple mail 4 Shared Mailbox Name

5

Fill out the pop-up window as follows:

Email Address: [the shared mailbox email address]
Username: [Your CRSid]@cam.ac.uk\[email address of shared mailbox]
Password: [Your UIS Password]

Account Type: [Leave as IMAP]
Incoming Mail Server: outlook.office365.com
Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.office365.com

 

apple mail 5 Advanced IMAP details

6

Choose if you want to have Notes included with the Mail account and click 'Done'. Close the 'Accounts' dialogue box.

apple mail 6 Select Mail and:or Notes


7

Your shared mailbox should now appear in the list of inboxes in Apple Mail.

apple mail 7 Shared Mailbox appears in Mail

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