Office 365, Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer

Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer

Today I found a helpful little website that lets you remotely test different services. This appears to be a useful tool which allows you to check different settings if you or someone else is having connectivity issues. It now includes test for office 365 and many other services which Microsoft offer. The results then help you to identify the issue and gives you more info links to help you resolve the issue.:

How to setup Android Device for Office 365

Here are the most basic steps to Configure Office365 on your android device.

  1. On your android device, in your mail app, press the menu button and press ,New Account’.
  2. Press “Microsoft Exchange” or “Microsoft Exchange ActivSync” to add your new account.
  3. Enter your fully qualified e-mail name (eg. mike@co365lab.com) into the Email box and your password into the password box. Press Next.
  4. The android device will use Office365’s autodiscover feature to fill in the server box. If it doesn’t type in ‘mail.office365.com’. Leave the domain box blank. In the username box type in your email address. Click Next.
  5. You can now customize the items that the android device will synchronize. Unless you’re doing something pretty unique, there is no reason not to synchronize them all. Select how often you wish it to check. and Click Next.
  6. Give the account a name for example ‘Office 365’. Click Finish Setup.

How to Setup iPad/iPhone for Office 365

Here are the most basic steps to Configure Office365 on your iPhone/iPad:

  1. On your iPad/iPhone, under Settings, select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” Add Account.
  2. Press “Microsoft Exchange”  to add your new account.
  3. Enter your fully qualified e-mail name (eg. mike@co365lab.com) into both the Email and Username fields and your password.  Click Next.
  4. The iPad/iPhone will use Office365’s autodiscover feature to fill in the server box.  Click Next.
  5. You can customize the items that the iPad/iPhone will synchronize.  Unless you’re doing something pretty unique, there is no reason not to synchronize them all.

Instructions from http://www.configureoffice365.com/