Q: I've spent the day trying to create an Exchange Serve mail account on my HTC Evo 4G.Up until recently I had Microsoft Live Small Business account for my business.Please let me know if there is a problem with the account.Today Gmail is getting Exchange support— Yes, I know, Gmail has been handling Exchange accounts for quite a while.However, Exchange has been notably absent from that list unless you've been using a Nexus device, which has supported Microsoft's enterprise server since 2014.
Rather than wait for Google to push this download to your devices, which can take days, download and install it just like any other APK.
Users have been able to sign in to corporate email addresses since Gmail hit version 5.0. Today Gmail is getting Exchange support on non-Nexus devices.
In case you haven't been counting, we're now at 6.4. Okay, yes, you've been able to do this by installing an extra APK.
Microsoft closed this service and has opened with a revamped service called Microsoft365.
I have migrated everything over and followed the instructions precisely on setting up mail on my phone, but each time I receive the following msg: Security Warning.
There are problems with the security certificate of this site. With the whole day behind me, I have not been able to move forward from this point. A: The easy answer is to go into the Advanced settings of the email account and make sure Accept All Certificates is checked. If it is checked and it's still not working, try the following: If none of these solutions work for you, install Nitro Desk's Touch Down app and set up your email account using that client.