Set up your phone for Exchange email
Follow these instructions to set up your phone for Exchange email.
To send and receive email messages, you need an internet connection. Your phone automatically receives the necessary settings to connect to the internet. If it's not possible, you can set up your phone manually. Click here for information on how to set up your phone for internet.
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Find "email + accounts"
Press arrow right to access the main menu.
Press email + accounts.
Create new email account
Press add an account.
Press advanced setup.
Enter email address
Press the field below Email address and key in your email address.
Press the field below Password and key in the password for the server.
Select account type
Press Exchange ActiveSync.
Press the field below Username and key in your username.
Press the field below Domain and key in the domain.
Enter server name
Press the field below Server and key in the server name.
Turn SSL encryption on or off
Press Server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection to turn SSL encryption on or off.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
Enter email account name
Press the field below Account name and key in a name for your email account.
Select setting for synchronisation
Press the field below Download new content.
Press the required period or manually.
Please note: each time your phone connects to the server to synchronise, data charges will apply.
Select time for retrieving email messages
Press the field below Download email from.
Press the required period or any time.
Select data types
Press Email, Contacts, Calendar and Tasks to turn synchronisation of each data type on or off.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), synchronisation for the required data type is turned on.
Activate email account
Press sign in.
Wait while the email account is activated.
Press the Home key to return to standby mode.
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