If your organization has recently migrated to Office 365, its time to set up your android devices to work with Microsoft most awesome cloud offering. follow the below step by step instructions to set up your phone.
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Before you begin the process, please ensure that you have an Active Internet connection.

1. From the Home Screen, Go to apps.

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Android Email setup-1

2. Now Go to Settings

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Android Email setup-2

3. Tap on Accounts, and choose “Add Account”.

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Android Email setup-3

4. Now you will get the options, from which you have to select what type of account you need to be configured on your Android Device. Choose “Microsoft Exchange Active Sync”

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Android Email setup-4

5. Enter your Email Address and Tap next button.

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Android Email setup-5

6. If you are prompted with the error msg like in the screenshot below, then just tap “edit details”, if not then move to step 8.

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Android Email setup-6

7. Enter the Details required by the Exchange server Settings.  Enter the email address in both Email address and Domain\username and in exchange server you can either use outlook.office365.com or m.outlook.com

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Android Email setup-7

8. Tap ok. the screen confirms a successful connection to the Email server.

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Android Email setup-8

9. Finally tap on the Activate button to activate your email account on your Android device.

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Android Email setup-9

your Email account is now ready for use. now send and receive emails more conveniently.

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