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How to setup Exchange for iPhone
First, please ensure that your iPhone has firmware 2.0 or higher before you proceed.
Q: I have the first generation iPhone and I need the newest firmware to setup Exchange. Where and how can I
get this done
A: Simple! If you do not have this firmware 2.0 or higher installed on your iPhone, visit
http://www.apple.com/iphone/softwareupdate/ and follow the instructions outlined on the website. Basically, all
you need to do is to connect your iPhone to your iTunes and download the latest update by clicking “Check for
In the Home menu, tap on the Settings icon.
Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars icon.
Tap on Add Account to add an Exchange email account.
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You should now see a screen like above.
Tap on the Microsoft Exchange icon.
Now enter your email address, username and password in the
respective fields. When done, tap on Next.
Username obt-au\bus-flast (domain\username)
Tap on Server and enter the name of your mail server. Tap on Next
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If you get a popup that says “Unable to verify certificate,” tap
Now, you should see a screen that enables you to customise your
Exchange synchronisation settings.
Using the On/Off sliders next to the three options (mailbox, contacts
and calendars), customise your Exchange synchronisation settings.
WARNING! You can’t synchronise your Contacts and Calendars
from both Exchange and iTunes. You must choose one or the
Also note that your iPhone will delete your old entries once you
proceed to enable Calendar and Contacts synchronisation with
Tap on Save, and you are done!
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