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Setup Email Exchange with Android

This tutorial shows you how to set up Email Exchange with your Android smartphone or tablet.

Make sure you have created your mailbox in the Exchange Manager before setting it up on your Android device.

If you have, continue below.

Setting Email Exchange with Android

You can set up Email Exchange with Android by doing the following:

Step 1. On front screen click the Email icon. If you cannot find it, select the Applications icon in the lower right corner and locate it.
  email exchange on android setup step 1
Step 2. On the Account setup screen enter your Email Address and Password and press Next.
  email exchange on android setup step 2
Step 3. The next screen will give you 3 options. Choose Exchange.
  email exchange on android setup step 3
Step 4. On the next screen, you are required to complete various fields with your server and login information.
  email exchange on android setup step 4
  Below is a description of the fields:
 
Domain\Username Enter your full email address, such as myname@mydomain.com
Password Enter the password you use for this email address.
Server For Exchange 2013: mail.exchangecloud.com.au
For Exchange 2016 (AU): mail.premium.exchange
For Exchange 2016 (UK): email.premium.exchange
Step 5. Click OK to permit the server to control some security features of your device. You must accept to continue.
  email exchange on android setup step 5
Step 6. Select your sync & notification settings, then click Next.
  email exchange on android setup step 6
Step 7. Read the details of Device Administrator and click Activate. You must accept to continue.
  email exchange on android setup step 7
Step 8. Optionally enter a name for the account, then click Next.
  email exchange on android setup step 8

Congratulations, the device is now connected to your mailbox.

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