Device Guides

Apple iPad mini

Change device Change device

How to

Setting up my device for Exchange email

Want to set up your device for Exchange email? Follow these easy instructions.

List view

1. Find "APN Settings"

Tap Settings.
Tap Mobile Data.
Tap APN Settings.

2. Enter APN

Tap APN.
Key in yesinternet
An APN (Access Point Name) is used to establish a connection from your device to the internet.

3. Save settings

Tap Mobile Data.
Tap the Home key to return to standby mode.

4. Find "Mail, Contacts, Calendars"

Tap Settings.
Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

5. Create new email account

Tap Add Account....
Tap Microsoft® Exchange.

6. Enter email address

Key in your email address.
Apple iPad mini

7. Enter password

Tap Password and key in your password for the server.

8. Enter account name

Tap Description and key in the required name.
Tap Next.

9. Enter server name

Tap Server and key in the required server name.

10. Enter domain name

Tap Domain and key in the domain name.

11. Enter username

Tap Username and key in your username for the server.
Tap Next.

12. Choose synchronisation settings

Tap the indicator next to the required data type to turn synchronisation for the specific data types on or off.
Tap Save.

13. Turn security on or off

Tap the name of the Exchange email account you've just set up.
Tap Account.
Tap the indicator next to Use SSL.
Depending on the current setting, security is turned on or off.
Tap Done.
Tap Done.

14. Select setting for retrieval of new emails

Tap Fetch New Data.
Tap the indicator next to Push to turn the function on or off.
If you turn off Push:
Tap the required period or Manually.
To select settings for a specific email account:
Tap Advanced.
Tap the required email account.
Tap Push, Fetch or Manual.
Tap Advanced.
Tap Fetch New Data.

15. Save and exit

Tap Mail, Contacts... to save the settings.
Tap the Home key to return to standby mode.
Email this guide

Would you like information for your {device-name}?

Would you like

Information for one of these devices?

No thanks