Last updated on: 2020-11-09
Authored by: Marco Salazar
Use the following steps to configure Microsoft Exchange 2010 on most Android devices:
Note: Before you can begin, your administrator must Add an ActiveSync license and assign it to your email address.
Select Settings > Accounts and Sync.
Click the Add and Exchange ActiveSync.
Enter your email address and password and then click Manual setup.
Enter the rest of the necessary information and then click Next:
Email address: Enter your email address (for example, email@example.com).
Server address: Enter connect.emailsrvr.com.
Domain: Leave this field blank.
Username: Enter your email address again.
Note: Some devices might have the settings as domain\username. On those devices, the field should have a backslash (\) before your email address (for example, \firstname.lastname@example.org).
Password: Enter your password.
Select This server requires an encrypted SSL connection.
If prompted to enable remote security administration, click Ok or Allow. This allows you to remotely perform a factory reset (delete all data) on the device from Outlook Web App if the phone is lost or stolen and it has sensitive company information.
Select the services that you want to synchronize with the Exchange server and when to synchronize. Then, click Next.
Enter a descriptive name for your account and click Finish setup.
Your Android phone and Microsoft Exchange account are now synchronized.
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