Microsoft Outlook 2007 SP2, 2010 SP1, & 2013 (Windows)
Microsoft Outlook 2011 SP2 (OS X)
Microsoft's Outlook 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2013 are among several email clients in use on campus, and is not supported by all schools and units. Please refer to the document Email Specifications by School, or speak with your local support provider to find out which e-mail client is recommended for your use.
Outlook 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013 are graphical email clients that accesses mail on remote servers. To use Outlook, you need an account on either a mail server running IMAP or POP, such as pobox, or a Microsoft Exchange Server. Note that Outlook 2011 is not supported as a IMAP/POP client and use of other versions of Outlook as IMAP/POP clients is discouraged because Outlook is not optimized for IMAP/POP.
Windows 8 Compatibility
Outlook 2010 SP1 and Outlook 2013 function correctly in Windows 8.
OS X Mountain Lion Compatibility
Outlook 2011 versions SP2 and above function as expected in OS X Mountain Lion.
Outlook is a component of Office. Office 2010, Office 2011, and Office 2013 are commercial software that can be purchased from the Computer Connection at an educational discount.
Microsoft software is now available to University of Pennsylvania departments through the Microsoft Select Program, a volume license agreement. A detailed description of the Microsoft Program including product information and a FAQ has been prepared by the Office of Software Licensing. All purchases of Microsoft Select software are made through the Computer Connection.
The following configuration instructions are available for Outlook 2007:
The following configuration instructions are available for Outlook 2010:
The following configuration instructions are available for Outlook 2011:
The following configuration instructions are available for Outlook 2013:
The following documentation is available for this product:
Primary computing support is usually located in the schools, units, and residences, close to the faculty, staff, and students being served. Contact lists are available for:
To look up your local support provider, select your University affiliation above. You also may call First Call at 215-573-4778 to request a referral if you are not sure who to contact.
A number of Schools and Centers at Penn are providing lynda.com training to their faculty and staff. Considerable training is offered for Outlook 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2013. For more information, see the lynda.com @ Penn page.