This article helps email
hosting users to manually
configure Microsoft® Exchange 2013 on most Android™ devices.
Note: For personalized user and server information and device-specific
instructions, use the Email Help Tool.
Your administrator must add an ActiveSync
license and assign it to your email
Use the following steps to configure your Android device:
On your device, tap the system Settings icon, as shown in the following
Tap Accounts & sync (Accounts on some devices), as shown in the
Tap Add, as shown in the following image:
Tap Exchange ActiveSync (Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync on some
devices), as shown in the following image:
Enter your email address and password, and then tap Manual setup, as
shown in the following image:
On the next page, enter information in the following fields, then tap
Email address: Your email address (for example, [email protected]).
Server address: mex06.emailsrvr.com or mex08.emailsrvr.com.
Note: Use the Email Help Tool to get the correct server address for your device.
Domain: Leave this field blank.
Username: Enter your email address again.
Note: Some devices might combine the domain and username
settings as domain\username. On those devices, precede your email
address with a backslash (for example, \[email protected]).
Password: The password associated with your email address.
This server requires an encrypted SSL connection: Select this option.
If you're prompted to enable remote security administration, tap OK or
If the device is lost or stolen, this setting enables you to remotely
perform a factory reset (delete all data) on the device from the Outlook
Web App (OWA).
Select the services that you want to synchronize with the Exchange server,
and specify how often you want to synchronize, as shown in the following
image. Then, tap Next.
Enter a descriptive name for your account as shown in the following image,
then tap Finish setup.
Updated 7 months ago