Advanced Office365 E-mail Features

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Configure your mobile device

For all devices, follow the instructions on Microsoft's Mobile Phone Setup Wizard to configure your specific type of Phone.  Please make note of the following key information before proceeding:

Key Information for Mobile Device Setup:

Server Name: outlook.office365.com

User Name: Your MyTyndale e-mail address - e.g. smithjohn@mytyndale.ca

For full access to e-mail, contacts, and calendars, use the Exchange Server settings.  (If you have another Exchange account set up, you will be required to set up an IMAP or POP3 account.  See instructions on Microsoft website above for details.)

Instructions on setting up Microsoft Exchange Account on Apple Mobile Devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad)
  1. Open Settings
  2. Select Mail, Contacts, and Calendars
  3. Select Add Account
  4. Select Account Type Microsoft Exchange
  5. Enter server outlook.office365.com, username youremail@mytyndale.ca (e.g. smithjohn@mytyndale.ca) and your Office365 (mytyndale.ca e-mail) password (change your password if you haven't already).
  6. Use the next screen to enable mail, contacts, and calendar.
  7. Select Save

 

Forward your email to a personal account

  1. From your MyTyndale e-mail account (click settings icon in the image below), select Options.

  1. Select Forward your e-mail

  1. Scroll to the bottom of the new page and enter your personal e-mail address in the Forward my e-mail to: field.  Ensure the Keep a copy of forwarded messages in Outlook Web App box is checked to have a backup of your e-mail in case you lose access to your personal e-mail account.


 

  1. Select Start Forwarding at the bottom right of the screen to complete the process.
     
Setup your MyTyndale account on Outlook or another email client

To configure setting up your Mytyndale email account on a specific client please view Microsoft's Software specific setup instructions online.

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