Connecting to your Hawken email for the first time (Outlook 365)

Connecting to your Hawken email for the first time (Outlook 365)

First, open your start menu by left clicking on the Start Menu Icon
Next, search for Outlook  and open it by left clicking it.

Next, you should see a screen like this: (if your email address isn't auto filled please type it in and click connect)

On the Next screen please select Exchange:

Next, your screen should look similar to the picture below.  If so uncheck the box next to "Set up Outlook Mobile on my phone, too"  if you do not wish to start that process, then left click "Done"

Please open up a ticket/chat if you have any troubles using this "How to"
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