Your Office 365 (O365) Exchange Online account can be accessed by many popular email client software/program.
If the email client software/program (for example, Microsoft Outlook 2013 or above) you are using supports Exchange account type, you are highly recommended to set up your O365 account as an Exchange account rather than an IMAP or POP account. Exchange account type supports more features than IMAP or POP account types. It can access all your data (including Email, Calendar, Contacts, etc.) in your O365 mailbox, while IMAP and POP account types can only access your email messages.
For the detailed procedure of setting up O365 account in Microsoft Outlook with Exchange Account Type,
please refer to
"How to set up O365 Exchange Online Account in Microsoft Outlook?".
If your email client software/program supports IMAP and POP only, you can also use it to send and receive your email from your O365 account. However, you can't use it to access your contacts, tasks, or calendar.
Following are the server configuration details. You can also find these information in Options after logging on OWA.
For the detailed procedure of setting up O365 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 with IMAP Account Type,
please refer to
"How to access my O365 account using Microsoft Outlook with IMAP Account Type?".
You can use this procedure as reference for setting up O365 account in the email software/progarm you are using, even
it is not MS Outlook. In addition, your can refer to the O365 online help "Use IMAP or POP E-Mail Programs" at
http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/cc875899.aspx, which contains setup instructions for many email client software/programs and some technical information in details.