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Add your Exchange account

Tap Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Add Account > Exchange.

Enter your address

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Enter your email address, then tap Next. You can also enter an account description.

Connect to your Exchange Server

Sign in with PIN or smartcard.

After you enter your email address, choose Sign In or Configure Manually.

Tap Sign In to automatically discover your Exchange account information. If your account uses modern authentication, you'll be guided through a custom authentication workflow.

Tap Configure Manually to set up your account with Basic authentication. Enter your email password, then tap Next. You might also be prompted to enter additional server information, which you can get from your Exchange Server administrator.

Sync your content

You can sync Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, and Notes. When you're finished, tap Save.

Edit your Exchange settings

Tap Settings > Passwords & Accounts, then select your Exchange account. You can also set up automatic out-of-office replies, and change how often you want Mail to sync. To change advanced settings, tap your account name to change settings like SSL and S/MIME.

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You can use one of several methods to deploy your Office Add-in for testing or distribution to users.

MethodUse...
SideloadingAs part of your development process, to test your add-in running on Windows, iPad, Mac, or in a browser. (Not for production add-ins.)
Network shareAs part of your development process, to test your add-in running on Windows after you have published the add-in to a server other than localhost. (Not for production add-ins or for testing on iPad, Mac, or the web.)
Centralized DeploymentIn a cloud deployment, to distribute your add-in to users in your organization by using the Microsoft 365 admin center.
SharePoint catalogIn an on-premises environment, to distribute your add-in to users in your organization.
AppSourceTo distribute your add-in publicly to users.
Exchange serverIn an on-premises or online environment, to distribute Outlook add-ins to users.

Note

If you plan to publish your add-in to AppSource and make it available within the Office experience, make sure that you conform to the Commercial marketplace certification policies. For example, to pass validation, your add-in must work across all platforms that support the methods that you define (for more information, see section 1120.3 and the Office Add-in application and availability page).

Deployment options by Office application and add-in type

The deployment options that are available depend on the Office application that you're targeting and the type of add-in you create.

Deployment options for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint add-ins

Extension pointSideloadingNetwork shareMicrosoft 365 admin centerAppSourceSharePoint catalog*
ContentXXXXX
Task paneXXXXX
CommandXXXX

* SharePoint catalogs do not support Office on Mac.

Deployment options for Outlook add-ins

Extension pointSideloadingExchange serverAppSource
Mail appXXX
CommandXXX

Production deployment methods

The following sections provide additional information about the deployment methods that are most commonly used to distribute production Office Add-ins to users within an organization.

For information about how end users acquire, insert, and run add-ins, see Start using your Office Add-in.

Centralized Deployment via the Microsoft 365 admin center

The Microsoft 365 admin center makes it easy for an administrator to deploy Office Add-ins to users and groups in their organization. Add-ins deployed via the admin center are available to users in their Office applications right away, with no client configuration required. You can use Centralized Deployment to deploy internal add-ins as well as add-ins provided by ISVs.

For more information, see Publish Office Add-ins using Centralized Deployment via the Microsoft 365 admin center.

SharePoint app catalog deployment

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A SharePoint app catalog is a special site collection that you can create to host Word, Excel, and PowerPoint add-ins. Because SharePoint catalogs don't support new add-in features implemented in the VersionOverrides node of the manifest, including add-in commands, we recommend that you use Centralized Deployment via the admin center if possible. Add-in commands deployed via a SharePoint catalog open in a task pane by default.

If you are deploying add-ins in an on-premises environment, use a SharePoint catalog. For details, see Publish task pane and content add-ins to a SharePoint catalog.

Note

SharePoint catalogs do not support Office on Mac. To deploy Office Add-ins to Mac clients, you must submit them to AppSource.

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Outlook add-in deployment

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For on-premises and online environments that do not use the Azure AD identity service, you can deploy Outlook add-ins via the Exchange server.

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Outlook add-in deployment requires:

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  • Microsoft 365, Exchange Online, or Exchange Server 2013 or later
  • Outlook 2013 or later

To assign add-ins to tenants, you use the Exchange admin center to upload a manifest directly, either from a file or a URL, or add an add-in from AppSource. To assign add-ins to individual users, you must use Exchange PowerShell. For details, see Install or remove Outlook add-ins for your organization on TechNet.

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