Cell Phone Connection

If you have difficulties connecting you phone to your SU e-mail account, students in the Logan Library Student Computer Support Center, 2(SC), are happy to assist you.

Configuring Exchange for Apple Devices

Select Settings from the menu.

Select Mail, Contact, and Calendars.

Select Add Account...

Select Microsoft Exchange.

Type the following information:

Email: SU e-mail address

Server: outlook.office365.com

Username: SU email address - username@schreiner.edu

Password: SU network/e-mail password

Description:  My Exchange Account

Tap Next,

Tap Continue.

Tap Save. Your account should now function properly.

If it does not connect please check the settings above and make sure that you have SSL enabled.


Configuring   Exchange for Windows Mobile Devices

Open the ActiveSync application on the device (often accessed by Start > All Programs > ActiveSync).

Press the Menu button and select Add Server Resource.

In the Server Address field, enter outlook.office365.com

Check the box for "This server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection" and

Press Next.

Enter your user name (username@schreiner.edu) and password.

Press Next.

Select the items you wish to sync (e.g. Mail, Calendar, etc.).

Make sure SSL is checked

Press Finish then press OK.


Configuring Exchange for Android Devices

Open your programs list.

Tap the Mail icon.

If there are no email accounts configured, you will be prompted to select an account type to configure.  Tap Exchange ActiveSync.

If you already have an email account configured, you will need to press the Menu button and then tap More, then New account.  Tap Exchange ActiveSync.

Tap Manual setup.

Enter the following information:

Email address: SU e-mail address

Server address: outlook.office365.com

Username: SU network username@schreiner.edu

Password: SU network (e-mail) password

Ensure that this server requires and encrypted SSL connection option is enabled (checkmark).

Tap Next.

Make sure SSL is checked

Select the data you wish to have synchronized on the phone (Mail, Contacts, and Calendar)