Email on mobile devices
You can set up your mobile phone and other mobile devices to access your e-mail, calendar information, contacts, and tasks. If your mobile phone or device supports Exchange ActiveSync (also referred to as Exchange e-mail) or IMAP4, you can choose which type of account to set up. Exchange ActiveSync is designed to synchronize e-mail, calendar, contact, task and other information. IMAP4 accounts are designed to only send and receive e-mail messages.
What type of phone do you have?
There are many different mobile phone models, but only a few mobile phone operating systems. The operating system is the software that runs on your phone and lets you do things like view maps, access a to-do list, make calls, or play music
SCU's Service Desk provides support for the following operating systems:
iOS: This is Apple's mobile operating system, found on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. View instructions
Android: This is Google's mobile operating system, sometimes referred to as Droid. View instructions
Below are guides for other non-supported operating systems:
Windows Phone and Windows Mobile 6.5: (Windows Phone is the latest Microsoft mobile operating system). View instructions
Symbian OS: This is the operating system used on Nokia mobile phones that are not running the Windows Phone operating system. View instructions
BlackBerry: This is the Research in Motion (RIM) mobile operating system. View instructions
Updated: 21 June 2012