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The Motorola DROID supports Microsoft Exchange Email making it a capable corporate device. This feature is essential for users who are involved in corporate endeavors. Here's a guide on hoe to set up Microsoft Exchange Email on the Motorola DROID.
|Instructions ||Difficulty: Moderate|
Things You'll Need:
- Motorola DROID
- Mail server address
- Domain name
- Whether your company or email provider requires an encrypted (SSL) connection to the mail server
- username and password
Begin by touching the Email
icon from the the Applications Menu
of the Motorola DROID.
Type in your email address and password. If you want this to be your default email account then check the box.
Continue by touch Exchange Account
Enter your Exchange Server information and touch Next
Wait as the Motorola DROID phone checks for the incoming server settings.
The Account Options
screen will appear if everything is correctly. You will then be allowed to customize the account settings.
Enter the name for the account that will be displayed on outgoing messages.
when complete and you have successfully set up Microsoft Exchange email on the Motorola DROID
Tips & Warnings
- The Exchange Server settings are case sensitive. Be sure to enter uppercase and lowercase letters properly.
- You will need authorization from your employer’s IT department before connecting your Motorola Android-powered phone.
- Do not select "Accept all SSL certificates" unless instructed by your IT admin.
How To Article: How To Set Up Microsoft Exchange Email Support On The Motorola Droid