You can access Nexus using a program installed on your computer (a 'client'). You will get most functionality if you use a Microsoft program such as Outlook or Entourage Web Services (for Mac). Other clients may not give you the same level of functionality (integrated calendaring, task lists, etc.) but they will all access your emails without problems!
Using a client to access Nexus does not exclude you from also accessing Nexus online using Outlook Web Access (OWA), for example when you want to check your email when you are away from your own computer. You can also connect to Nexus with a mobile device.
Each of these guides contains instructions for how to configure the program to access your email and, where applicable, set up the Nexus calendar and other functions.
Recommended 'Groupware' Clients
- Outlook 2016 for Windows
- Outlook 2016 for Mac
- Outlook 2013 for Windows
- Outlook 2011 for Mac
- Outlook 2010 for Windows
- Mozilla Thunderbird 5 - incoming server settings (email only)
- Mozilla Thunderbird 3 (email only)
- Windows Mail (email only)
- Windows Live Mail (email only)
- Apple Mail (Mac OS Yosemite and above - instructions should also still work for older OS versions)
Other Email Clients (considered out of scope for support but kept for legacy reference purposes)
- Alpine (email only)
- Eudora (email only)
- Pegasus (email only)
- Outlook IMAP configuration (email only)
- Mozilla Thunderbird 2 (email only) This is no longer receiving security updates and we recommend that you upgrade to the latest version 3.x
- Davmail is an Exchange gateway allowing users to connect to Exchange via an alternate email/calendar client.
POP users - please note: The instructions above do not cover POP connections. If you need to use POP to access Nexus, you can find the necessary connection details on the Accessing Nexus using POP page. (What is POP? See Getting Started section of the email FAQ)