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To setup email on your Android smartphone please use the following information. These instructions may differ from phone to phone because of the different versions of Android available and the way different carriers implement the Email client.
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  '''If you have already opted-in to Multifactor Authentication''' please [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.outlook&hl=en_US download the Outlook App from the Google Play store for use on Android devices].
==Students==
 
''Verified on an HTC smartphone, Android ICS 4.0''
 
# Make sure your smartphone is connected to the internet, either via Wi-Fi or your carrier’s network connection.
 
# Open your mail app. Press menu, then “new account”.
 
# Select “Other POP3/IMAP”
 
# Press manual setup.
 
# Under “Protocol”, make sure “POP” is selected.
 
# For email address, type in your full email address: username@student.wpunj.edu
 
# For username, type in your full email address: username@student.wpunj.edu
 
# Type in your password
 
# For POP Server, type in pod51004.outlook.com
 
# For security type, select “SSL”.
 
# For port, type in 995
 
# Press next.
 
# You should now be in a screen that says “Outgoing server settings”.
 
# Scroll down to SMTP server. Then type inpod51004.outlook.com
 
# For security type, select “TLS”
 
# For port, type in 587.
 
# Press next
 
# Press finish setup.
 
# Your emails should now sync with your device.
 
  
==Faculty and Staff==
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<!-- ==Students==
If your account has been migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010, you will need to delete your email account from your phone and start fresh.
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# From the Applications menu, select your device's email app (called Mail, Email, or Gmail).
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# Type your full email address (ex: smithj1@student.wpunj.edu), password, and click next.
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# Select '''Exchange''' as the account type. This option may be named Exchange ActiveSync on some versions of Android.
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# Your account should automatically connect. ''If it doesn't connect, tap Manual Setup and follow the instructions below.''
  
# From the Applications menu, select Email. This application may be named Mail on some versions of Android.
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Manual Email Settings
# Type your full e-mail address, for example user@wpunj.edu, and your password, and then select Next.  
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# Select '''Exchange''' from the options menu.  
# Select Exchange account. This option may be named Exchange ActiveSync on some versions of Android.
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# Email Address: Type your full email address.
# Enter your user name and domain.  On some versions of Android, this information will be in the same box and must be entered as wpc\user.
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# Domain\Username: If your email address is smithj1@student.wpunj.edu, type '''outlook.office365.com\smithj1@student.wpunj.edu'''. If the 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.
# Enter your password in the appropriate box.
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# Enter your password for your email.
# Enter the server as '''msync.wpunj.edu'''.
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# Exchange server: '''outlook.office365.com'''
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# Select Next and then type a name for this account and the name you want displayed when you send e-mail to others. Accept any permissions required by this account. Your email account is now connected.  
  
Depending on your phone, you may have to accept security settings when it first connects to the Exchange Server.  You must press Activate or Allow.
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| [[File:Android Email 1.png|thumb|upright|alt=A|1. Select Exchange as your account type]]
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| [[File:Android Email 2.png|thumb|upright|alt=A|2. This is the information you will need to enter]]
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|}
  
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==Faculty and Staff== -->
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Please [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.outlook&hl=en_US download the Outlook App from the Google Play store for use on Android devices].  The native android mail client is not compatible with Microsoft Modern Authentication.  Some third party mail applications may work depending on their support of Microsoft Modern Authentication.
  
[[Category:Mobile]]
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# From the '''Settings''' menu, select '''Accounts'''.
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# Select Add '''Account''', select '''Email account'''.
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# Enter Username as your full email address user@wpunj.edu (or user@student.wpunj.edu), and your WPU password.
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# When adding your account you may be prompted to authenticate again. Ensure you use your full WPUNJ email address.
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Depending on your phone, you may have to accept security settings when it first connects to the Exchange Server.  '''You must press Activate or Allow.'''
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Latest revision as of 12:13, 24 May 2022

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 If you have already opted-in to Multifactor Authentication please download the Outlook App from the Google Play store for use on Android devices.

Please download the Outlook App from the Google Play store for use on Android devices. The native android mail client is not compatible with Microsoft Modern Authentication. Some third party mail applications may work depending on their support of Microsoft Modern Authentication.

  1. From the Settings menu, select Accounts.
  2. Select Add Account, select Email account.
  3. Enter Username as your full email address user@wpunj.edu (or user@student.wpunj.edu), and your WPU password.
  4. When adding your account you may be prompted to authenticate again. Ensure you use your full WPUNJ email address.

Depending on your phone, you may have to accept security settings when it first connects to the Exchange Server. You must press Activate or Allow.