Tag Archives: Microsoft Exchange

Add and Use Multiple Exchange Accounts in iPhone 2

 

Posted on techpetals.com
Original title: Add and Use Multiple Exchange Accounts in iPhone 3.1.3, 3.1.2

One of the main features of of iPhone OS 4.0 is that it enables you to add multiple exchange accounts in iPhone making reading emails from multiple accounts easier. Did you know you could also add multiple email accounts in iPhone 3.1.3, 3.1.2 or even earlier versions? Thanks to AddExchange app available in Cydia. Follow the steps:

  1. Search Cydia for “AddExchange”
  2. Download and install AddExchange app from Cydia.
  3. Run the AddExchange app
  4. Hit the “+” button. This will add a new email to Exchange with the name “SRV2”.
  5. Now go to settings and change the defaults for SRV2 with your own email account details.

That’s it. Loop these steps as many times as much accounts you wish to add to Exchange. So, if you are looking to install iPhone OS 4.0 just to be able to add multiple Exchange accounts, think again. Just to notify, you need to have to jailbreak iPhone to run Cydia on your device, so obviously AddExchange can run on jailbroken iPhone only.

 

How to Manually Configure Outlook 2007 to Connect to Exchange Online

 

Posted on MessageOps
by DanTrautman, August 3, 2010

This will allow you to configure Outlook 2007 manually for companies that do not want to, or cannot, install the Sign On client.

Please understand the caveat of not having the Sign On client: you will not have access to AutoDiscover due to the Sign On client not downloading the required certificate.  This will prevent you from accessing the Offline Address Book (OAB), Free/Busy information (used for meeting invites), and Out of Office (both Out of Office and Free/Busy can be viewed in OWA).

1. Open the Mail Control Panel item

Microsoft Exchange Online - Outlook Mail Icon

2. Click Show Profiles

Microsoft Exchange Online Show Profiles

3. Click Add

Microsoft Exchange Online Click Add

4. Name the profile appropriately and click OK

Microsoft Exchange Online Choose Profile Name

5. Check “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” and click Next

Microsoft Exchange Online Manually Configure Server Settings

6. Select Microsoft Exchange and click Next

Microsoft Exchange Online Microsoft Exchange Mailbox

7. Enter the following in the Microsoft Exchange Server textbox (different for each DataCenter):

VA3DIAXVS011.RED001.LOCAL (North America)
IE2DIAXVS011.RED002.LOCAL (Europe)
SG1DIAXVS011.RED003.LOCAL (Asia/Austrialia/Japan)

Make sure that “Use Cached Exchange Mode” is checked

Microsoft Online Server

8. Click More Settings

You may receive an error indicating that the connection to the server is unavailable; ignore this and click OK twice until you are at the General tab.

9. Click on the Connection tab

10. Check “Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP” and click Exchange Proxy Settings

Connect to Exchange Online using HTTP

11. Enter the following in the field “Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange:

RED001.MAIL.MICROSOFTONLINE.COM (North America)RED002.MAIL.EMEA.MICROSOFTONLINE.COM (Europe)RED003.MAIL.APAC.MICROSOFTONLINE.COM (Asia/Australia/Japan)

12. Check “Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal name in their certificate:”

13. In the textbox below enter the following:

MSSTD:*.MAIL.MICROSOFTONLINE.COM (North America)MSSTD:*.MAIL.EMEA.MICROSOFTONLINE.COM (Europe)MSSTD:*.MAIL.APAC.MICROSOFTONLINE.COM (Asia/Australia/Japan)

14. Check “On fast networks, connect using HTTP, then connect using TCP/IP”

15.  Make sure that, under Proxy authentication settings NTLM Authentication is selected.
Microsoft Exchange Online Proxy Settings

16. Click OK until you are back to the Wizard, then click Next, then Finish.

17. You can now launch Outlook and select the profile pertaining to your account

You will be prompted for credentials when launching this profile
The Username will be the user’s email address.

 

Content Protected Using Blog Protector By: PcDrome.