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Using  an Android Mobile Device with Hosted Exchange

On an Android® Mobile Device, Hosted Exchange not only lets you send and receive email, it also synchronizes email folders, calendars, and contacts. This article's screenshots use Android firmware 2.0, but previous versions use similar settings.

Before continuing, you need to know which version of Exchange your mailbox uses. For more information, see Finding Your Hosted Exchange Email Version.

To Use an Android Mobile Device with Hosted Exchange


  1. From the Home screen, tap the gray Application button.
  2. Tap Email.
  3. Tap Next.
  4. Complete the following, and then tap Next:
    • Email Address — Your full email address
    • Password — Your email password
  5. Tap Next.
  6. Tap Exchange account.
  7. Complete the following fields, and then click Next.
    • Domain\Username — Enter your full email address preceded by a backslash.
      (For example, \jane@coolexample.com. Please note that some phones do not require the backslash.)

      TIP: If your phone uses the HTC Sense user interface for Android, Domain and Username are two separate fields. The Domain field should be empty. Enter your full email address in the Username field.

      TIP: If your device still doesn't accept the Domain\Username combination, try entering EX1\Account ID.

      NOTE: Your Account ID is found in the Hosted Exchange Control Panel on the Mailbox page.

    • Password — Enter your email password.
    • Exchange Server — Type one of the following, based on your Hosted Exchange Email version:
      • Exchange 2007 — mail.ex1.secureserver.net
      • Exchange 2010 — mail.ex2.secureserver.net or mail.ex3.secureserver.net

      Some Android devices require the Exchange Server p3pw5ex1oab001. If mail.ex(1/2).secureserver.net fails to work for your device, try this alternate server.

    • Use secure connection SSL — Select this option
    • Accept all SSL certificates — Select this option
  8. Select your desired Account options, and then tap Next.
  9. Select your desired settings on Set up email, and then tap Done.

 

 

 Using an iPhone or iPad with Hosted Exchange

On an iPhone® or iPad®, Hosted Exchange not only lets you send and receive email, it also synchronizes email folders, calendars, and contacts. This article's screenshots use iPhone firmware 3.1.2, but previous versions use the same settings and the iPad's interface is very similar.

Before continuing, you need to know which version of Exchange your mailbox uses. For more information, see Finding Your Hosted Exchange Email Version.

To Use Your iPhone or iPad with Hosted Exchange


  1. From the Home screen tap Settings.
  2. From the Settings menu, select Mail, Contacts and Calendars.
  3. Tap Add Account.
  4. Tap Microsoft Exchange.
  5. Complete the following fields, and then click Next.
    • Email — Enter your Hosted Exchange email address.
    • Domain — Leave this field blank.
    • Username — Enter your full Hosted Exchange email address.
    • Password — Enter your email account password.
    • Description — Enter a description of the email address to display in the email account list on your iPhone.
  6. In the Server field, type one of the following, based on your Hosted Exchange Email version:
    • Exchange 2007 — mail.ex1.secureserver.net
    • Exchange 2010 — mail.ex2.secureserver.net or mail.ex3.secureserver.net
  7. Tap Next
  8. Select to synchronize Mail, Contacts, or Calendars by sliding to On.

    WARNING: If you select On to synchronize your Contacts, ALL contacts will be deleted from your iPhone.

  9. Click Save.

For more detailed information on mobile support see Exchange Server 2007 Support for Mobile Devices on Microsoft's website.



 To Set Up an Existing Copy of Outlook 2010

  1. Go to the Windows® Start menu, and select Control Panel.
  2. From the Classic view, and then double-click Mail.
  3. Click Show Profiles, and then click Add.
  4. Enter a name for the profile, and then click OK.
  5. On the Auto Account Setup page, enter the following:
    • Your Name — Enter your first and last name.
    • E-mail Address — Enter your email address.
    • Password — Enter the password you created for your email account.
    • Retype Password — Enter your password again.
  6. Do one of the following:
    • Autodiscover — If your Email Administrator configured Autodiscover when setting up your account and you want to use that feature, then click Next and skip the remaining steps in this procedure. Your account is set up according to the predetermined settings in the Autodiscover configuration.
    • Manual Configuration — To manually configure your email account settings, at the bottom of the page, select Manually configure server settings or additional server types, click Next, and then complete the remaining steps in this procedure.

    NOTE: Complete the remaining steps only if you selected Manual Configuration.

  7. On the Choose E-mail Service page, select Microsoft Exchange, and then click Next.
  8. Complete the following:
    • Microsoft Exchange Server — Type one of the following, based on your Hosted Exchange Email version:
      • Exchange 2007 — p3pw5ex1oab001
      • Exchange 2010 — casarray.ex2.secureserver.net or casarray.ex3.secureserver.net

      NOTE: After entering your settings, the Microsoft Exchange Server will automatically update the Exchange Server to the correct server for your account.

    • Select Use Cached Exchange Mode.
    • User Name — Enter your email address. For example, type name@coolexample.com.
  9. Click More Settings, and go to the Connection tab.
  10. In the Outlook Anywhere section, select Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP, and then click Exchange Proxy Settings.
  11. In the Connection Settings section, complete the following:
    • https:// — Type one of the following, based on your Hosted Exchange Email version:
      • Exchange 2007 — mail.ex1.secureserver.net
      • Exchange 2010 — mail.ex2.secureserver.net or mail.ex3.secureserver.net
    • Select Connect using SSL only.
    • Select On fast networks connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP.
    • Select On slow networks connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP.
  12. In the Proxy authentication settings section, choose one of the following:
    • For Exchange 2007 select Basic Authentication.

       

    • For Exchange 2010 select NTLM Authentication.

       

  13. Click OK, click Apply, click OK and then click Next.
  14. When the Congratulations message displays, click Finish.
  15. In the Connect to window, enter your User Name and Password, and then click OK. (This is your email address and password for your mailbox.)
  16. If you had a previous email account set up, you might receive a Mail Delivery Location confirmation message. Click OK.


 To Set up Outlook 2011 for Mac Using Autodiscover

  1. Launch Microsoft Outlook 2011.
  2. In the Startup Wizard, click Next. If the Startup Wizard doesn't automatically display, from the Tools menu, select Accounts, and then click Exchange Account or +.
  3. On the Accounts page, enter the following:
    • E-mail Address — Enter your email address.
    • Method — Select User Name and Password.
    • User Name — Enter your full email address.
    • Password — Enter the password you created for your email account.
  4. Select Configure automatically, and then click Add Account.
  5. Once your server is located, click Allow, and then exit the window.
  6. Click Send/Receive.