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Android Settings for Exchange 2010              


If you already have an account on the phone (such as a Google or a POP account), you will need to follow these steps first:

  1. Open the Email application.
  2. Click the Menu button and then click the Accounts button.
  3. Click the Menu button again and click Add Account.
  4. Enter your email address and password.

The following steps were completed on a Samsung Epic 4G from Sprint. The same instructions will work with all Android-based phones running at least 2.0 with very little modification. You might find that you have fewer options than the Epic, but the setup will be the same.

  1. Open the Mail application.
  2. Enter your email address and password.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Click Exchange Account.
  5. Select "Manual Setup" option. Enter the domain name as FC/username  and type for the exchange server.
  6. Enter your: DOMAIN\username, password, and Exchange server address. For FCNet, the domain is FC, and the server is
  7. Check Use Secure Connection and Accept All SSL Certificates.
  8. After authentication, check the boxes associated with the features you want to include such as Push, Amount To Sync, Notifications, Sync Contacts, Sync Calendar, Sync Calendar Amount.
  9. Click Next.
  10. In the next screen, you need to give an account name and your name (this will be displayed on outgoing email messages).

Note: Make sure the DOMAIN\username is set up in exactly that format, and the domain is most likely in all caps.