Windows Mobile Exchange Setup

Windows 7 Phones

Before you begin using Exchange for mobile devices you will first need to agree to NAU's Mobile Device policies at: https://iris.nau.edu/homepage/mobile/

You can set up email accounts on a Microsoft Exchange Server, and accounts that use Exchange ActiveSync (including Outlook Web App).

  1. On Start, flick left to the App list, tap Settings , and then tap Email + accounts.
  2. Tap Add an account > Outlook.
  3. Tap the Email address box, and then type your email address.
  4. Tap the Password box, and then type your password.
  5. Tap Sign in. If the phone finds your account settings, your email, calendar, and contacts will be synced to your phone, and you can skip to step 8.
  6. On the Outlook screen, do the following, and then tap Sign in:
    For this field Do this
    Email address Verify that your email address appears correctly.
    Password Tap Show password, and then verify that the password is correct.
    User name Verify that the user name is correct.
    For example, if your work email account is abc123@nau.edu, you would type abc123 for the user name.
    Domain Type the domain name for your account "NAU".
  7. If the correct settings can't be found, tap Advanced, do the following, and then tap Sign in:
    • Tap the Server box, and enter the server address "iris.nau.edu". This is the web address that you use to access your email in a web browser using the Outlook Web App.
    • Tap Show all settings, and then verify that the Server requires encrypted (SSL) connection setting is set to on.
     
  8. If the New password needed message appears after a few moments, tap Set, tap the New password box and enter a password that meets the security requirements. Tap the Confirm password box and type the same password, and then tap Done.


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Windows mobile (WinCE 6.0+)

Windows mobile (WinCE +) Exchange setup 



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Related Services

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Exchange email, and calendaring services are available for most mobile devices including, Android, iOS, and Windows phones. 

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