Installing

S/MIME support for Outlook on the Web (OWA) in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge

S/MIME support for Outlook on the Web (OWA) used to be only available in Internet Explorer but it is now also possible to add this to Google Chrome and the new Microsoft Edge browser. This guide explains how you can manually install or deploy the Microsoft S/MIME Control for Outlook on the web.

Downloading Outlook 2013 from Office 365 after March 1, 2017

As of March 1, 2017, you can no longer download Office 2013 via the Office 365 portal. When you still need it, you can download it via a direct link or the Office Deployment Tool. Security updates will still be provided until April 10, 2018.

Autodiscover: Some quick methods to get it working

This guide contains various methods for end-users but also for Exchange administrators to get Outlook connected to Exchange via Autodiscover.

Upgrading to Outlook 2016

Planning to upgrade to Outlook 2016? This guide contains a lot of preparation and other information to ensure a smooth transition.

Slipstream Office 2013 setup with SP1

When you slipstream Service Pack 1 with your Office 2013 installer, Office 2013 will be directly installed at Service Pack 1 level saving you the trouble of applying it afterwards. You can also modify the installation to already accept the EULA and fill out your Product Key.

Upgrading to Outlook 2013

Planning to upgrade to Outlook 2013? This guide contains a lot of preparation and other information to ensure a smooth transition.

Slipstream Office 2007 setup with SP3

When you slipstream Service Pack 3 with your Office 2007 installer, Office 2007 will be directly installed at Service Pack 3 level saving you the trouble of applying it afterwards.

Deploy Outlook mail profile settings via GPO or script

This guide provides a script which you can use to deploy mail profile account settings contained in a prf-file. This script can be used as a (Group Policy) logon script and also checks if the mail profile already exists or not.

Slipstream Office 2010 setup with SP2

When you slipstream Service Pack 2 with your Office 2010 installer, Office 2010 will be directly installed at Service Pack 2 level saving you the trouble of applying it afterwards. You can also modify the installation to already accept the EULA and fill out your Product Key.

Upgrading to Outlook 2010

Planning to upgrade to Outlook 2010? This guide contains a lot of preparation and other information to ensure a smooth transition.