Microsoft's Outlook 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2016 are among several email clients in use on campus, and is not supported by all Schools and Centers. Please refer to the document Email Specifications by School, or speak with your local support provider to find out which email client is recommended for your use.
Outlook 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2016 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, Outlook 2013, and Outlook 2016 are not supported as a IMAP/POP clients and use of Outlook 2010 as an IMAP/POP client is discouraged because Outlook is not optimized for IMAP/POP.
Outlook 2013 SP1 and Outlook 2016 function as expected in Windows 10.
OS X compatibility
Outlook 2011 SP3 and Outlook 2016 function as expected in OS X El Capitan.
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.
Penn has worked with Microsoft to license Office 365 ProPlus (which includes Outlook) for use by its faculty, staff, and students at no charge. The Penn implementation of Office 365 ProPlus is known as PennO365. Visit the PennO365 page for more details.
Lynda.com training is available to all Penn faculty and staff with a valid PennKey. Basic and in-depth training is offered for Outlook 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2016. For more information, see the lynda.com @ Penn page.
- Microsoft's Outlook product page.