Office 365 - Native Outlook Setup on Android Phones
These are instructions for the native Android setup of Outlook. Note: Your Android device may look different than the images supplied here. Please use the following information as a guide for setting up your device.
1. Tap Settings > Accounts > Add account > Email.
NOTE: This application might be named Mail on some versions of Android.
2. Enter your full Parkland email address and ParklandOne password (use your network/email password if you haven't yet created a ParklandOne account), then tap Next.
- Faculty and Staff, your email address will be email@example.com.
- Students, your email address will be firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Select Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
4. If prompted, accept the defaults on the Exchange server settings page, and tap Next. If your device can't connect, add the following account information, and then select Next.
- Email: Make sure your full email address is in this box.
- Domain\Username: Type your full email address in this box. If Domain and Username are separate text boxes in your version of Android, leave the Domain box empty, and type your full email address in the Username box.
- Password: Type in your ParklandOne password (use your network/email password if you haven't yet created a ParklandOne account).
- Exchange Server: The server for Office 365 for business is outlook.office365.com.
- Use secure connections (SSL): Make sure this box is checked.
5. Your Office 365 administrator has set up your account with additional security features, so you should receive a message about those additional security features. Select OK to continue.
6. Once the device verifies the server settings, the Account Options page opens. Select the options for how you want to receive your mail, and then tap Next. (You may need to scroll down to see Next.)
7. You should see an Activate device administrator page, select Activate.
8. Change the account name if you want, and then tap Done.