I want to install an add-in to Outlook 2016 on my desktop, but when I click on the Store icon I am taken to a web page and when I find the add-in I want (Salesforce Lightning for Outlook), it is instead installed on my Office 365 account, not Outlook 2016
where I need to use it. How can I access the Store directly for add-ins, as opposed to this web page, and how can I get my add-in installed on my Outlook 2016, not Office 365?
Thanks in advance!
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Based on my test, If your Outlook client is in the
MSI version, there is a web page pop-up and let you search the add-ins when you click the Store button. Meanwhile, if your Outlook client is in the
Click-to-Run version, there is a window pop-up for you choose the add-ins. So, please confirmwhich version your Outlook client in via the link.
However, it should be accessed no matter MSI or Click-to-Run version. According to your description, your Outlook may in MSI version. And, this add-in needs an Office 365 account, so we cannot access it without Office 365 account. Given this situation, can
you tell us have you installed this add-in successfully? If so, you may login to the
Outlook Web App (OWA) to check: On OWA > Settings >
Mails) > General >
Manage add-ins. Check if this add-in (Salesforce) has been ticked. If yes, please
restart the Outlook client and you will find it has been installed in the Outlook client.
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