Adding an Exchange Email Account to your Android Phone

Jess Watters
Jessica Watters

Below are the instructions for adding your Exchange Email Account to your Android Phone. If you have any questions or problems, please contact us.

  1. Touch Apps.
  2. Touch Settings.
  3. Scroll to and touch Accounts.
  4. Touch Add Account.
  5. Touch Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
  6. Enter your workplace email address.
  7. Touch Password.
  8. Enter your email account Password.
  9. Touch Next.
  10. Touch Domain\username.
  11. Leave the Domain blankJust type in \username. This is the first part of your email address before the “@” sign.
  12. Scroll to and touch Exchange Server.
  13. Enter the Server address. (The Server for Office 365 is: outlook.office365.com)
  14. Touch Next.
  15. Touch OK.
  16. Wait while the phone verifies the account.
  17. Touch OK.
  18. Scroll down and touch Next. Some options will be pre-selected. You can change any of the displayed options before proceeding.
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  19. Touch Activate.
  20. Edit the Account Name if desired.
  21. Touch Done.
  22. The email account has been added. To view the email account, press the Home button.
  23. Touch Apps.
  24. Touch EmailYour email will sync to your phone once you touch the Email button.

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