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MS Exchange on iOS (Mail app)

Setting up an MS Exchange email on an Apple iOS device using Apples Mail app

There are quite a number of different iOS devices, versions of iOS so these instructions may not be accurate, however the outline structure should be similar. We do not support iOS devices directly and are unable to set up email on your iOS device by remote desktop.

Pre requisites


Before you proceed you will need your email address and password. If you ever need to check your email credentials, browse to outlook.com and enter them. If you log on successfully, they are correct.

Step 1 – Select Settings as in the pic below.

Select Settings

Select Passwords & Accounts from the Settings screen as in the pic below.

Select Passwords and Accounts

Select Add Account as in the pic below.

Select Add Account
Select Microsoft Exchange

Enter your email address as in the pic below. For example, my email address is written in Orange. Then select Next.

Enter your email address

Select Configure Manually as in the pic below.

Select Configure Manually

Enter your settings as in the picture below. Both your email and username are your full email address as in the example below. You will need to enter the server name and your password. The server name is outlook.office365.com If you have several email addresses on your device you can use the Description field to identify your email account for yourself.

Enter your settings

Select Save as in the pic below.

Time to wrap up by selecting Save as in the pic below.

Save your settings

Save your settings and check your email.

These instructions are correct as of date of writing – 7/7/22 Please inform Megganet if Apple change their systems or if you have corrections to make, so we can keep this page up to date.


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