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#Begin at the <b>Home Screen</b>
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These instructions were done on an Android tablet running stock Android, so your menus might not look the same. Samsung phones are most notable for making a lot of changes to stock Android, so their menus may look very different, though the same general steps will still apply.
#Open up your App drawer and go to <b>Settings</b> or click the menu button on your phone and go to <b>settings</b>
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# Open your Settings and go to 'Accounts'
#Touch <b>Accounts & sync</b>
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# Choose 'Add an account' and pick 'Exchange'
#Touch <b>Add Account</b>
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# Fill in your UA E-Mail Address
#Touch<b> Corporate</b>
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# This step is where many phones may differ, so please read it '''THOROUGHLY'''.  
#Enter the email address <b><i>uanetid</i>@uakron.edu</b> and <b>password</b>
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## Use your full e-mail address as your username
#Touch <b>Next</b>
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## If you have an option for '''domain\username''' fill in your full e-mail again
#Enter for the Domain\Username <b>UANET</b>\<b><i>uanetid</i></b>.
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## If '''domain''' and '''username''' are separate, leave domain blank and user your full e-mail for username
#*Replace <i>uanetid</i> with your own uanetid
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## Not every device will even ask for a domain, don't worry if it's not there
#*This may be split up into 2 separate input fields in which case the domain is <b>uanet</b> and username is <i>your uanetid</i>
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# Fill in the server as '''outlook.office365.com'''
#The password should already be entered, if not please enter it.
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# Check any boxes asking if you want to use SSL. Also allow all client certificates.
#Enter for the server <b>exchange.uanet.edu</b>
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# When a window pops up asking you if you want to allow our server to control some aspects of your devices, click 'Allow'
#Both boxes for <i>SSL certificates</i> should be checked.
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[[Image:android_settings_account.png|350px]][[Image:android_add_exchange.png|350px]][[Image:android_incoming_settings.png|350px]][[Image:android_security_exchange.png|350px]]
#Touch<b> Next</b>
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The next screen is optional. Select to send email from this account by default if you wish to have email sent from this account automatically.<br>
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You can also insert a signature of your choosing.
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Once complete touch <b>Done</b>
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[[category:Smartphone]]

Latest revision as of 14:04, 6 May 2015

Content.png Every phone is a little different, mostly depending on the manufacturer. These instructions are a generalized setup

These instructions were done on an Android tablet running stock Android, so your menus might not look the same. Samsung phones are most notable for making a lot of changes to stock Android, so their menus may look very different, though the same general steps will still apply.

  1. Open your Settings and go to 'Accounts'
  2. Choose 'Add an account' and pick 'Exchange'
  3. Fill in your UA E-Mail Address
  4. This step is where many phones may differ, so please read it THOROUGHLY.
    1. Use your full e-mail address as your username
    2. If you have an option for domain\username fill in your full e-mail again
    3. If domain and username are separate, leave domain blank and user your full e-mail for username
    4. Not every device will even ask for a domain, don't worry if it's not there
  5. Fill in the server as outlook.office365.com
  6. Check any boxes asking if you want to use SSL. Also allow all client certificates.
  7. When a window pops up asking you if you want to allow our server to control some aspects of your devices, click 'Allow'

Android settings account.pngAndroid add exchange.pngAndroid incoming settings.pngAndroid security exchange.png