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Alain Hernandez, President at Hernandez MasterMind; shares with you a Video about How to Setup Exchange Email on Android Phone.
How to Setup an Email on your Android Smart Phone is not difficult, in fact if you use Exchange with Outlook or Office 365 for example; it automatically configures it.
There are emails that do not offer imap or exchange server settings, you may need to learn how to setup the email on your phone by using the settings manually; ask your service provider for this information.
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Get your Android Phone Setup now with an Email after watching this Video and start managing your emails on the go. When you learn to configure your email on the phone, you will be able to access calendar and contacts plus emails from anywhere.
If you are using an exchange email server like office 365, you are in luck because these sort of accounts stores data in the cloud; sync your laptop or desktop and phone information.
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Hi. when setting up an exchange email such as office 365, exchange online or outlook.com; you do not need specific server settings to configure the email. however, how pop and imap configurations, you will need the specific server settings for your email account; which are provided by your hosting service.
welcome to help you specifically if you share which email you want to setup and provider of the account?
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