1. Tap Settings.
2. Tap Accounts.
3. Tap Add Account.
4. Tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
5. Enter your Email address and Password.
6. If you see a Domain\Username field, enter your full email address. If Domain and Username are separate fields, enter your full email address in Username, and leave Domain blank.
7. If you see a Server field, enter outlook.office365.com.
8. Tap Next.
9. To complete auto configuration, tap Ok.
10. Select the Account options you want to use. Selecting a longer sync period will show you more calendar information and email, and require more memory.
11. Tap Next.
12. Tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, to see the display name for your email account. You can change the display name, here.
13. Tap Next, and you will see your inbox. Your Office 365 email is now set up in your Android native mail app. To make sure you can send messages, compose an email and send it to yourself.
1. Under “Settings” choose “Accounts & Sync.”
2. Touch the “+” to add an account.
3. On the “Add an Account” page, select “Exchange ActiveSync.”
4. On the “Set up Exchange ActiveSync account” page, enter your email address and password, and select “Manual Setup.”
5. On the full set up page, please enter the following information:
• Email: Your @northeastern.edu email (if it didn’t carry over from the previous screen)
• Server Address: outlook.office365.com
• Domain: [blank]
• Username: Your Office 365 username ([myNortheastern username]@northeastern.edu)
• If your Domain and Username fields are combined: northeastern.edu\Office365 username
• Password: your password (if it didn’t carry over from the previous screen)
6. When creating a Microsoft Exchange Account on your Android, the Autodiscovery service attempts to use your Exchange email address and password to determine your Exchange Server information and configure your account settings on the phone. If the Autodiscovery feature is unable to configure your Exchange account settings, click Trust on the message “Unable to verify this site’s security certificate” that is displayed on the device similar to this:
7. Android supports the synchronization of Mail, Contacts, Calendar and Tasks. By default they are all enabled. You have the ability to selectively disable or enable any of these features by unchecking those options. You can also set at this point how often you wish to sync. Select “Next” to finish.