More than 10 million people rely on Groups in Outlook every month to work together and get things done. Groups is proving useful to our customers. And for that, we couldn’t be more thankful. Groups in Outlook offers huge improvements over traditional distribution lists, with a shared space for group conversations, calendars, files and notebooks, the convenience of self-service membership and much more.
Today, we’re pleased to announce Groups is now rolling out to Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android. Groups is already available in Outlook for Windows and on the web—so now you can access your group conversations and content no matter which platform you use.
Mar 06, 2019 In the E-mail section click the link Configure Email. If all settings were entered correctly you will see the following page with prompt to select applications you want to use with your Exchange account. Once you have selected applications, click Done. You will see your Exchange account in the Mac Mail Accounts list.
Connect. Organize. Get things done.Get Outlook
With these updates, you can:
- How to Add Outlook Email to Spark for Mac. If you are already using Spark Mail app on your Mac and want to add your Outlook account, simply follow these steps. Launch Spark for Mac; At the top left of your screen, click on “Spark” “Add Account” Click on the “Outlook” icon from the grid of.
- Aug 03, 2012 Setting Up Outlook with Mail App. We’ll assume you already signed up for a free outlook.com email address, if not head over to Outlook.com and make one. Launch Mail app and pull down the “Mail” menu to select “Preferences” Click on “Accounts” tab and then click the + icon to add.
- View your group list.
- Read and reply to group conversations.
- Add group events to your personal calendar.
- View unread messages sent to the group.
- View group details within the group card (Outlook for iOS and Android only).
There is more to come as we continue to work on making Groups better in response to your input, so stay tuned.
Recently released updates for Groups in Outlook
In addition to bringing groups to more Outlook apps, we’ve released several new features for Groups in Outlook on other platforms, too.
Give guest access—Last fall, we updated Outlook on the web to give you the ability to set up guest access for people outside your organization, set group classification as defined by Office 365 admins, and view usage guidelines. Now, these same capabilities are available in Outlook for Windows.
Invite people to join—One of our most requested improvements was an easier way to invite multiple people to join a group. We’ve released the Invite to join feature to Outlook on the web, which lets you create invitation links and share them with others via email or other channels, giving them a quick way to join the group.
Multi-delete conversations—Group owners can now multi-select conversations and delete them from the group conversations space in Outlook for Windows.
Send email as a group—Office 365 admins can grant send-as and send-on-behalf-of permissions to members of a group using the Exchange admin center. Group members who have these permissions can then send emails as the group, or on behalf of the group, from Outlook for Windows and Outlook on the web.
We’re always listening to your feedback as we deliver new Groups capabilities to Outlook. Here are a few of your key requests we are going to tackle next:
- Add appointments to a group calendar in Outlook for Windows—When adding an event to a group calendar, you will have the option to do so without sending an invite to everyone in the group.
- Addition of Mail Contacts as guests—You will be able to easily add Mail Contacts in your company’s directory as a guest in a group.
Thanks for the feedback, and please keep it coming via our UserVoice site.
—The Outlook team
Frequently asked questions
Q. Now that Groups support is being added to Outlook for iOS and Android, what happens to the standalone Outlook Groups app?
A. Customers gave us feedback that they wanted Groups available directly in Outlook for iOS and Android. The Outlook Groups app will still be available while we continue to enhance Groups experiences in Outlook, such as adding support for group files, calendar and notebooks.
Q. Why am I not seeing Groups yet?
A. Groups is rolling out to Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android and will be available for eligible users in the coming weeks. Even if you are using the latest build of Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android, Groups will only be available to those who have joined or been added to a group. Once we add the ability to create and join groups on Mac, iOS and Android, every Office 365 user will see Groups in Outlook.
Q. Is Groups available to Outlook.com users?
A. Groups is for commercial users of Office 365 and is not available for Outlook.com.
Q. Why am I not seeing all my groups in Outlook for Mac?
A. Outlook for Mac currently shows the top 10 most active groups in Outlook for Mac. We’re working on making all groups visible in a future update.
Q. What about Outlook for Windows 10 Mobile?
A. We’re working on the best way to integrate Groups in Outlook for Windows 10 Mobile. In the meantime, the Outlook Groups app for Windows 10 Mobile helps customers stay on top of all group activities, including conversations, files, calendar and notebook.
Q. Where can I find more about managing Groups in Outlook for my organization?
A. If you are responsible for managing and supporting Outlook for your company, take a look at our IT pro documentation and check out our recently released improvements for administering Groups.
Add Email Account To Outlook For Mac
Q. What is coming next for Groups?
How To Add Outlook Email To Mac Mail App
A. Stay tuned to the Office 365 Roadmap to see what is on the way.