Quick Tips: How to set up Exchange e-mail on your iPhone Video
Quick Tips: How to set up Exchange e-mail on your iPhone Video Transcript
>> Hi, I'm Tom Merritt from CNET.com with a Quick Tip on how to set up your Exchange e-mail account in the new iPhone 2.0 firmware available for the old iPhone, as well as the iPhone 3G. Go in the Settings, and choose the Mail Settings. Select Add an Account and then press Microsoft Exchange. You'll enter your e-mail, Username, Password, Description, press Next, then it will ask for your server. You get that from your IT people. You can add Contacts and Calendars from Excahnge, but it will actually delete all of your contacts and calendars that you have. So you may or you may not wanna do that. Press Save, go in the Mail and now you got your work email with you everywhere. Maybe I shouldn't do that. That's it for this edition of Quick Tip. I'm Tom Merritt, CNET.com. ^M00:00:53 [ Music ]
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