This guide was created using the stock mail settings in Android OS 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Different versions of the Android OS and hardware may vary slightly in setup.
To setup Office 365 on your Android phone:
1. Open the Settings menu.
2. Tap Accounts & Sync.
3. Tap ADD ACCOUNT.
4. Choose to add an Email account. On some devices this option will be named Exchange Activesync.
5. Enter your Emory NetID followed by your Emory password.
6. Tap Next.
7. Choose Exchange as the Account Type.
8. Enter the information below:
IMPORTANT NOTE: This information will be the same across all devices, but could be used in various combinations with the different versions of Android. For instance, you might be asked to enter domain\username together, which would be either EMORYUNIVAD\firstname.lastname@example.org OR emory.edu\email@example.com depending on your Android version.
Always use your full email address for your username. And always check the server settings as the Android might try and auto-configure them incorrectly.
a. Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
c. Server Address: outlook.office365.com
b. Domain: EMORYUNIVAD or emory.edu (you might have to try both depending on the version of Android)
d. Username: email@example.com (NOTE, you must use the full address!)
e. Password: <your Emory password>
d. Make sure the box for Use secure connection (SSL) is checked.
9. Tap Next.
10. Click OK if you get a window asking you to allow outlook.office365.com to remotely control some security features of your device.
11. Depending on your personal preferences, you can leave most selections in the Account options windows as their defaults. Tap Next.
12. In the Activate device administrator? window, tap Activate. This is a security feature that will allow you to remotely wipe your device from the web interface if it is stolen or lost.
13. If prompted, you may give your account a name to easily recognize it. One easy option would be Emory Email.
Your device is now connected to your Office 365 account and will allow you to pull e-mail and calendar information from the cloud.