To send and receive your email in Outlook, you'll first need to add your email account to Outlook. You can add one or more email accounts, including Office 365 accounts, Exchange, Outlook.com, Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, or other third-party email accounts.
Outlook for PC (Outlook for Mac guide below)
Add an email account quickly
Many email accounts can be added using Outlook's automatic setup option. You can use these instructions to add your first account or additional accounts.
Note: For all email accounts, your username is your full email address.
Open Outlook and select File > Add Account.
Note: Outlook 2007 users should select Tools > Account Settings. On the Email tab, select New.
For Outlook 2016, enter your email address, then select Connect.
For Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010, select Email Account and then enter your name, email address, and password. Then select Next.
If prompted, enter your password again, then select OK, and Finish to start using Outlook.
Note: You can use these steps to add your first account to Outlook or additional accounts.
Outlook for Mac
Add a new account quickly
Most email accounts, including Office 365, Exchange server accounts, Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, and Live.com accounts can be set up in a few quick steps.
Type your email address > Continue.
Type your password > Add Account. (Your screen might look different from this one depending on the account you're adding.)
Select Done to start using Outlook 2016 for Mac.