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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Add Microsoft Exchange Email Account

One of the useful ability that belongs to the Samsung Galaxy SIII is the ability to check and send emails at any time with ease. Of course, before you can use it, you must first add your email account in your phone.

See also: How to Add POP3 Email Account on Samsung Galaxy S3

Here you can add multiple emails at once. Including you can also add Microsof Exchange email account. If your workplace allow you, you can sync your Exchange account with your Galaxy SIII.

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How to add a Microsoft Exchange email account?
As written on bell.ca, here are the steps you need to do to add this kind of email account:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Scroll to Settings, then tap on it.
  3. Tap Accounts and sync.
  4. Tap Add account button.
  5. Tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. When the dot indicator next to this option shows green means this option has been added.
  6. In the account field type your workplace email address.
  7. In the password field type your workplace email password.
  8. Tap Next button.
  9. In the domain field type the Domain name.
  10. Tap Hide keyboard key on the virtual keyboard.
  11. Tap Next button.
  12. Here you can determine the settings for your account option, then tap Next button.
  13. If you want to change the account name, type your new account name in the account name field.
  14. Tap Done button.
  15. Finish. Now your Microsoft Exchange email account has been successfully added to your phone.

By knowing how to add an email account on your Galaxy SIII including your Exchange account, now you can check, send or sync your account with ease directly on your phone. But, please note that the setup for Exchange may vary slightly due to the corporate network infrastructure may also differ from each other. You can ask for help to your corporate IT dept if you have problems on your Exchange account. So, try this useful tips then share your experience here through the comment below :)

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