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- From the Home screen, tap the gray Application button.
- Tap Email/or Exchange Active Sync
- Tap Next.
- Complete the following, and then tap Next:
- Email Address — Your full email address
- Password — Your email password
- Tap Next.
- Tap Exchange account.
- Complete the following fields, and then click Next.
- Domain–Leave empty!
- Username — Enter your full email address preceded by a backslash. (For example, \firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that some phones do not require the backslash.
- Password — Enter your email password.
- Exchange Server — Type one of the following, based on your Hosted Exchange Email version:
- Exchange 2007 — mail.ex1.secureserver.net—-This old! You probably need to use
- mail.ex3.secureserver.net, or mail.ex4.secureserver.net
- Use secure connection SSL — Select this option.
- Accept all SSL certificates — Select this option.
- Select the Account options of your choice, and then tap Next.
- Select the settings of your choice under Set up email, and then tap Done.
For Motorola Droid
Go to settings and add a “Corporate” account.
For Domain\Username field: outlook.office365.com\email@example.com
For Server field: outlook.office365.com
Use Secure Connection (SSL) – checked yes
Accept All SSL certificates – checked yes
Port – 443
Or do you need to?
I say yes, back up those cloud sharing services. They are meant to be used for “sharing”…meaning you share with yourself on other devices or with others. Sharing…not backing up.
I myself back up my Dropbox to a local external hard drive (full) and then I have online backup to back up my “business critical files”. The files that run my business. I have 2 forms of backing up.
I have seen these “online sharing programs” sometimes get wonky, they lose files or duplicate or delete, so it’s very important to spend the time with setting up a local external hard drive or better yet, online backup.
We can help you with both solutions and we have our own in house backup program for the cloud. Call today for a quote!
In today’s fast and busy technology world, most of not only have one computer, but probably two or three and multiple devices such as iPhones, iPads, Surface, tablets, etc that all need to talk to each other. We want our data to just synchronize. Good bye to the old days of using old technology that never synchronized any data, welcome to the new world of “Everything much match”.
Did you know that there is a team of folks in Minnesota that are Microsoft Outlook E-Mail Help & Support specialists? They offer support on a national level and all of their work is done remotely. Get fast and responsive Outlook assistance to help with repairs, new computer setup, fixing contact lists, iCloud & iTunes glitches, broken PST files, Outlook being slow, send/receive issues, and so on. Whatever your issues are, we can help!
Looking to get your email and calendar synched up without snaggy 3rd party tools? Is your team interested in sharing calendars and contact lists? Move to Microsoft Exchange, we are experts with doing migrations the old fashioned way, by hand! No nifty tools here, folks.
Is Microsoft Office 365 a bit too confusing for you? Let us help with your setup and configuration. We know the products well and specialize in quick setups. The cloud hype is not just hype, it’s where business is being done efficiently!
We also support Hosted Exchange transitions, Microsoft Office 365 assistance, IT administration, email and Outlook training and Entourage, Mac Mail, Outlook 2011. Typical Outlook problems we see on a daily basis at Call That Girl include: Outlook not opening, receiving emails but unable to send, problems synchronizing, inability to access old files and a slow and crashing Outlook. If you have any of the aforementioned problems or have corrupted PST files, need help setting up Outlook or help transitioning your email from Outlook POP/IMAP/web access to Microsoft Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010…. Call That Girl! We have over 14 years of experience troubleshooting just about every problem with Outlook.
Lisa Hendrickson is the owner of Call That Girl and our Outlook expert. She will get your email running the way you want, without much effort on your end. Outlook support is typically done with remote service, so as long as you have an internet connection, we can help you from anywhere in the world!
We can help with any type of Outlook problem! We specialize in: setting up and configuration, backup and restorations, explaining how Outlook really works, moving from your Gmail to Outlook, how to stop using free email programs for business, exporting contacts to load into social media networks, exporting LinkedIn contacts into Outlook, setting up Blackberry with Outlook, setting up rules for email (and following them!), managing email life much better, managing more than one calendar (personal and business), using Tasks and Notes, keeping more than one contacts list (for networking/emailing purposes), moving from Outlook express to Outlook 2003/2007, calendar management, and moving from POP to IMAP or to Hosted Exchange (Synch your world!)
To read more, http://callthatgirl.biz/outlook-support/
Call That Girl supports small business (commercial) clients in the Rochester Minnesota and 12 SE surrounding counties. Not only does CTG offer the fastest remote support for software we also have an onsite technician who does house and office calls for the Rochester Minnesota area. Lately we have been adding on many new Rochester clients due to the fact that we have a very fast and responsive helpdesk. Having a responsive fast technology team is the answer to keeping your business in action.
Our day to day technical support offers help with internet viruses, tune ups, printer issues, Microsoft Office (all versions), Microsoft Office 365, Hosted Exchange, Computer setups, data transfers and our onsite services include camera installations, networking, router configuration and many more services. Not seeing something on this list? Call us to chat, we can probably help.