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3 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Introduction-Overview Page 3 of 16 Setup Instruction for Mobile Device Connection to Exchange ActiveSync ActiveSync (aka Windows Mobile) is the wireless service built into Exchange for communicating with Smart Phones. Initially, this pertained primarily to mobile devices with the Windows Mobile 5 or 6 operating system in the early 2000s. However, the Smart Phone category has evolved greatly in the last several year, and now includes such mobile operating systems as ios (Apple s mobile platform for iphones, ipod Touch and ipad), Google s Android OS (which is licensed to several different handset manufacturers), WebOS (which runs on HP/Palm Pre and Pixi devices, and possibly on future HP mobile devices as well), current Windows Mobile 6.5 and future Windows Phone 7 phones, and several other devices that license ActiveSync from Microsoft in order to provide wireless communication to the Exchange enterprise platform, which is ubiquitous in the business community. Smart Phones with an operating system of Windows Mobile 6, or later typically synch , contacts, calendar, and tasks with an Exchange mailbox. The features associated with ActiveSync enabled phones may differ depending upon the phone device itself or the nature of the licensing agreement for utilizing ActiveSync. General Settings for ActiveSync Because of the popularity of Exchange, mobile ActiveSync has been licensed to a multitude of handset manufacturers and mobile Operating Systems. The numbers of ActiveSync compatible devices are too many to document in totality, and the exact settings or menu options will vary from device to device, but the setup requirements are fairly standard and require the following information: Your address Domain: Collaboration (the domain of the Hosted Exchange server, not your domain) Username: Your ID or Username (Ex: Password: Your password (case sensitive) Description: Any desired text string (Ex: Display Name). Server: .hostaccount.com NOTE: Typically, for most devices, three (3) folders will synch with Exchange using ActiveSync: , Contacts, and Calendar. Notes and Tasks are usually not included as part of the ActiveSync synchronization; however, the type of information that will sync is device dependent based upon the device manufacturer s license agreement with Microsoft, and can vary widely from device to device.
4 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Introduction-Overview Page 4 of 16 Ensuring Your Mailbox is ActiveSync Enabled ActiveSync must be enabled for each User s Exchange mailbox in order to synchronize data wirelessly from your Exchange mailbox to a mobile handset that supports Exchange communication via ActiveSync. If this option is not turned on, then you will not have any success setting up the mobile handset. 1. Ensure that you have the ActiveSync option turned on for your mailbox via the Hosting Control Panel. Access the ActiveSync option via the Control Panel by selecting Hosting Exhange Click on the User s Display Name hyperlink General Tab Check the ActiveSync checkbox option. SSHOT OF CUSTOMERS CP SHOWING MAILBOX ACCESS FOR ASYNC 2. If the ActiveSync option is not available for selection, you will need to purchase the ActiveSync resource(s) for your account via the Billing Update Wizard option of the Hosting CP. Additional Sections in this Mobility-ActiveSync Setup Guide iphone Setup (all ios4 devices) Android OS and most other Smart Phones Windows Mobile Devices Troubleshooting ActiveSync Setup
5 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / iphone (ios4) Page 5 of 16 Configuring ActiveSync for the iphone (ios4) The following instructions are for the latest version of the ios4 platform. iphone OS3 also allows connection to a single Exchange mailbox using ActiveSync; setup instructions are similar to those outlined below, although the screens may be slightly different. 1. From the Home screen select Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account 2. Click on the Microsoft Exchange option. NOTE: With ios4 you can add multiple Exchange Accounts to the iphone using ActiveSync to synchronize , Calendar and Contacts for multiple mailbox(es). Earlier versions of the iphone OS do not have the ability to connnect to multiple Exchange accounts via ActiveSync. However, the POP or IMAP account settings can be used to connect to secondary multiple Exchange mailbox(es) using iphone OS prior to The Exchange window is displayed. Enter your account details and select [Next]: Your address Domain: Collaboration This field is typically optional. If needed, use the MailStreet Exchange domain, not your domain. Username: Your Exchange User name (Ex: Password: Your password (case sensitive) Description: You can enter any information you would like in this field. This field defaults to the address entered (first instance of an Exchange account), or Exchange if this is not the only Exchange account. Optionally, you may select the field and edit it to meet your needs (Ex: Work, Personal, Firstname Lastname, etc.)
6 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / iphone (ios4) Page 6 of The iphone will try to connect to Exchange using the autodiscovery detection. If autodiscovery fails a warning message is displayed. Select [Continue] in order access the Server field for manual configuration. The Server field is now displayed so that you can enter the correct server information. Enter the mobility server information and click [Next]. Server: .hostaccount.com 5. The iphone will try to verify the settings by communicating with the Exchange server. If it is successful, the Exchange Account window is displayed so that you can identify the items to be synced between your iphone (ios4) device and your Exchange mailbox(es). .hostaccount.com 6. Select the items that you would like to sync with Exchange and then select Save. You have now successfully configured ActiveSync on your iphone. Repeat Steps 1 6 above for each additional Exchange ActiveSync account you wish to manage on your iphone (ios4) device.
7 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / iphone (ios4) Page 7 of 16 Other Important ActiveSync Settings for iphone (ios4) Set Schedule for receiving Use this to determine if you want to use Push (sent to the iphone as soon as mail is delivered to the Exchange Server) or to set a delivery schedule for . o Settings Mail, Contact, Calendars > Fetch New Data Push (On/Off) > o Push (Off) Fetch Schedule: 15 Minutes, 30 Minutes, Hourly, Manually. NOTE: Push/On = Real-time delivery. Battery life is affected the more often you receive . Determine how much is pulled into each folder and the folders to be synched: 3 days is the default. Check these settings if you don t see coming to your Inbox/folders as expected (Ex: Missing from 5 days ago, etc.). o Settings Mail, Contact, Calendars > Select Account Mail Days to Sync Select schedule o Mail Folders to Push (when synching) Select folders to be synched
8 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Other Smart Phones Android, etc. Page 8 of 16 Other Smart Phones Android, WebOS, etc. Many smart phones use Microsoft s wireless ActiveSync protocol to communicate with Exchange server mailboxes. The most popular of these smartphones use Google s Android Operating System. The types of devices/manufacturers include: Motorola Droid, DroidX, Droid2 and Incredible HTC Hero and EVO 4G Samsung Galaxy Series of smartphones Various LG handsets, and other devices by smart phone manufacturers Dell Streak HP/Palm Pre and Pixi (these are WebOS smartphones, not Android) NOTE: Please check with your device manufacturer if you are unsure whether the device will work with ActiveSync. Some devices use other operating systems that may not be ActiveSync compatible (Ex: Symbian OS by Nokia); however, the mobile industry is quite fluid and Exchange is a popular platform for business, so ActiveSync is often licensed to any manufacturer wanting to appeal to the broadest possible market. Each of these Smart Phone devices should be able to connect to your hosted Exchange mailbox in the following manner: 1. Ensure that ActiveSync is enabled for your mailbox via the Control Panel. If unsure, please contact your company Administrator or Customer Support. 2. On the Smart Phone handset itself, enter the following information: Server: .hostaccount.com Your address Domain: Collaboration (Optional. For some devices you may leave this blank) Username: Your Exchange mailbox user name Password: Your Exchange mailbox password (case sensitive) Description: You can enter any information you would like in this field. Typically, this is your Display Name (Ex: Joe Carpenter) or address. 3. Select the folders to be synchronized between your Exchange maibox and your Smart Phone handset. NOTE: For most devices, there are typically three (3) folders that will synch with Exchange using ActiveSync: , Contacts, and Calendar. Notes and Tasks are typically not included as part of the ActiveSync synchronization; however, the type of information that will sync is device dependent based upon the device manufacturer s license agreement with Microsoft, and can vary widely from device to device.
9 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 9 of 16 Motorola Droid Setup The following is an example of the setup of an Android handset device (the Motorola Droid). This setup is typical of Android handsets, but the Activesync setup for your specific device will differ depending upon the manufacturer and carrier. 1. From the home screen, touch the applications tab (located on the bottom of the screen). Touch Enter the exchange address and password, then touch Next. Touch Exchange account.
10 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 10 of Enter the Exchange server settings in the appropriate fields: domain\user (Collaboration\yourUserName, password: YourPassword (case sensitive), and Exchange Server: .hostaccount.com Ensure Use secure connection (SSL) and Accept all SSL certificates are checked then click Next Collaboration\username Collaboration\username .hostaccount.com .hostaccount.com 4. Touch the Checking frequency dropdown Touch the desired frequency
11 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 11 of Touch the Amount to synchronize dropdown. Touch the desired amount. 6. Touch the desired account options, then touch Next. The account option is enabled if a green check mark is present Enter an account name and outgoing message name then touch Done
12 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 12 of 16 Configuring ActiveSync for Windows Mobile Devices Microsoft is currently in the process of revamping their offering of smart phones. Historically, the Microsoft operating system has been Windows Mobile 5.0, 6.0, and 6.5 (WM6, etc.); however, these devices have typically relied on stylus input and have fallen out of favor. Nevertheless, there is a large embedded base of WM6 users and the setup instruction for such devices is noted below. Windows Phone 7 The introduction of Windows Phone 7 was released for the 2010 holiday season. Windows Phone 7 devices utilize ActiveSync for Exchange synchronization and can be configured using the general ActiveSync settings. Additional information for configuring Windows Phone 7 will be made available when the new Windows Phone 7 devices are released for consumer use. The Microsoft website offers the following setup instructions for configuring Exchange-based on a WP7 handset: To set up a Microsoft Exchange account You can use the following steps to set up an account that is on a Microsoft Exchange Server. (For example, your account at work might be on a Microsoft Exchange Server.) You can also use the steps in the following procedure to set up other accounts that use Exchange ActiveSync including a hosted Microsoft Exchange account or an Outlook Web App account. 1. On Start, flick left to the App list, tap Settings, and then tap & accounts. 2. Tap Add an account > Outlook. 3. Tap the address box, and then type your address for your Exchange Server account. 4. Tap the Password box, and then type your Exchange password. 5. Tap Sign in. 6. Depending on whether account settings are found, do one of the following: If the account settings are found, wait for your Exchange Server , calendar, and contacts to be synced to your phone. You're all done setting up your account. Go to the last step in the procedure. If the account settings can't be found, continue to the next step. 7. On the Outlook screen that asks you to check your information, do the following, and then tap Sign in: For this field address Password User name Domain Do this Verify that your address appears correctly. Tap Show password, and then verify that the password is correct. Verify that the user name is correct. If you're using an Outlook Web App account or a hosted Microsoft Exchange account, you typically don't have a domain. Leave the Domain box empty. Optionally, some devices may use the Exchange Server domain: collaboration
13 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 13 of Depending on whether account settings are found, do one of the following: If the account settings are found, wait for your Exchange Server , calendar, and contacts to be synced to your phone. You're done setting up your account. Go to the last step in the procedure. If the account settings can't be found, continue to the next step. 9. If the correct settings can't be found, tap Advanced, do the following, and then tap Sign in: Repeat step 7 and verify that the current information is correct. Tap the Server box, and enter the server address: .hostaccount.com. Tap Show all settings, and then verify that the Server requires encrypted (SSL) connection setting is correct. 10. If the New password needed message appears after a few moments, tap Set, tap the New password box and enter a password that is at least 4 digits long. Tap the Confirm password box and re-type the same password, and then tap Done. This is the password you will enter on the lock screen to unlock your phone. Whether you need to enter a password for your phone depends on the security requirements that are set on the Exchange Server for your account,
14 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 14 of 16 Windows Mobile 6.5 and Earlier Smart Phones with an operating system of Windows Mobile 6.5, or earlier typically synch , contacts, calendar, and tasks with an Exchange mailbox. The features associated with ActiveSync-enabled phones may differ depending upon the phone device itself or the nature of the licensing agreement for utilizing ActiveSync. 1. From the device s home screen select Start -> Programs (Optionally select the ActiveSync icon) 2. Select the ActiveSync icon 3. Select Set up your device to sync with it from the Exchange Server support option. 4. For the server address type in .hostaccount.com and make sure the box for This server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection is checked. Select Next .hostaccount.com
15 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Windows Mobile Devices Page 15 of Enter the remaining setup information as requested: Username: Enter your username (Ex: Username or Password: Enter your Exchange mailbox password (case sensitive) Domain: Collaboration Ensure the box for Save password is checked then select [Next] 6. Select the items that you would like to sync with your device by checking the box next to each item. Select [Finish]. 7. The first time your device syncs you may receive a warning prompt providing information about the initial synchronization of the device. Select [OK] to proceed and synchronize your device. Configuration of ActiveSync for WM6 is now complete. Other Important ActiveSync Settings Set Schedule for receiving Start Programs ActiveSync Menu Schedule Select from dropdown (Peak/Off Peak). As Item Arrive = Push. Battery life is affected the more often you receive . Determine how much is pulled into each folder: Start Programs ActiveSync Menu Options Click on icon > Settings. Select from drop-down (Select the number of days of to download; 3 is the default)
16 Mobility Setup ActiveSync / Troubleshooting Setup Page 16 of 16 Troubleshooting ActiveSync Setup If you are having difficulty getting your ActiveSync enabled device to connect and communicate with your Exchange mailbox, do the following as standard steps for troubleshooting: 1. Contact your IT Admin to make sure that your mailbox has been enabled to communicate using ActiveSync. If your mailbox has not been enabled from the Control Panel, the activation of the mobile device will fail. Find the User mailbox by selecting Hosting Exhange Click on the User s Display Name hyperlink General Tab Check the ActiveSync checkbox option [Submit]. NOTE: If the ActiveSync checkbox option is not selectable that means that your account does NOT contain any ActiveSync Resources that can be used to setup wireless ActiveSync. Purchase the ActiveSync Resources for your subscription from the Billing Add Resources Control Panel options. 2. Make sure your wireless carrier has enabled your account for data services. You will need to have both voice and data activation with your wireless carrier for your account in order to obtain , and other data (web browsing, etc), on your mobile device. 3. Make sure that your mobile device is online and has a strong data signal. The device can have either a wireless or a data connection from your wireless carrier (3G, etc), but at least one of the online services must be active in order to setup the device. 4. Double-check the data entry of the server settings, username, , password, etc. when setting up your device. It is easy to mistype one of the settings inputs, which will cause the configuration to fail.
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