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Exchange - Windows Mobile 6 Configuration for Devices Already in Use

Last Updated: 04/28/2015
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Overview

Windows Mobile 6 uses ActiveSync to interact with OIT's Exchange service. With Exchange configured, you will be able to view the account's various mailboxes, and create custom mailboxes.

If you haven't already configured your Windows Mobile 6 device to use Exchange but have synced your device with your computer, follow the directions in this document.

This document uses Windows Mobile Professional (which uses a touch screen), but the instructions are the same for Windows Mobile Standard.

This tutorial is operating system independent.

Exchange Online Migration

Starting February 2015, campus units and departments began being migrated to Exchange Online, on an individual basis. If your department has been migrated, please visit the Exchange Online service area for more information.

Step 1

Select the Start menu.

Step 2

Select Programs.

Step 3

Select ActiveSync.

Step 4

Select Menu, then Add Server Source. (Note: This screenshot was taken with Windows Mobile Standard).

Step 5

Enter exchangeweb.colorado.edu in the Server address: field. Make sure that This server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection remains checked. Then, select Next.

Step 6

Enter your CU Login name and IdentiKey password. Enter ad for the Domain.

Step 7

Select Next.

Step 8

Choose the items that you want to synchronize on your Windows Mobile device, then select Finish.

Step 9

The Windows Mobile device will verify your settings and synchronize.

Step 10

Once it is done, and shows Connected, you can exit by tapping the X button at the upper right hand side of the screen in Windows Mobile Professional (or exiting like any normal application in Windows Mobile Standard).

Step 11

Your Exchange account has been setup and is now ready to be used with your Windows Mobile device.

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