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How To Set Up Email Exchange on iPhone or iPad iOS9 or Earlier

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This tutorial shows you how to set up Email Exchange on your iPhone or iPad for iOS9 or older versions. The tutorial focuses on setting up an iPhone, but the settings are similar on an iPad.

Make sure you've created your mailbox in the Exchange Manager before setting it up.

If you have, then continue below.

 

Setting Up Email Exchange on iPhone iOS 9 and Older Versions

You can set up Email Exchange with your iPhone or iPad for iOS 9 or older versions using the following instructions:

  1. From the home screen, open Settings.

    Screenshot of CD Email Exchange iPhone iOS9 Settings Icon
     
  2. Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

    Screenshot of CD Email Exchange iPhone iOS9 Mail Contacts Calendars Button
     
  3. Select Add Account.

    Screenshot of CD Email Exchange iPhone iOS9 Add Account Button
     
  4. Select Exchange.

    Screenshot of CD Email Exchange Option in iPhone iOS9
     
  5. Fill in the required fields and tap Next.

    Screenshot of CD Email Exchange iPhone iOS9 Password and Next Button


    Below is a description of the fields:
     
    Email Enter your full email address, such as [email protected]
    Description "Exchange" will automatically show once the space is tapped. You can change this or leave it as is.

    The device will attempt to verify your settings before moving on to the next step.
     

  6. Fill in the required fields and tap Next.

    Screenshot of CD Email Exchange iPhone iOS9 Server Info and Next Button


    Below is a description of the fields:
     
    Email Enter your full email address, such as [email protected]
    Server For Exchange 2016 (AU): mail.premium.exchange
    For Exchange 2016 (UK): email.premium.exchange
    Domain Leave this field blank.
    Username Enter your full email address, such as [email protected]
    Password Enter the password you use for this email address.
    Description This says "Exchange" by default. You may choose to replace this or leave it as is.
 

Congratulations! The device is now connected to your mailbox.

If you are using a different iPhone iOS version, you may click on the links below for the corresponding tutorial:

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