Set Up and Mobile Device
8.2. Setting up a mobile device
8.2.1. Android based configuration
Go into your settings screen and scroll down to the accounts part. There you have to select Add account.
Figure 8.1. Android Settings
Select the ActiveSync account type (in most cases Corporate or Microsoft Exchange).
Figure 8.2. Account Type Selection
Android wants to autodiscover your ActiveSync server and needs your eMail and password for this.
Figure 8.3. Account Details
Afterwards you have the possibility to specify your exact username and server address if needed (would otherwise have been m.scotfield as username and zarafa.com as server address).
Figure 8.4. Server Address
Figure 8.5. Remote Administration
Before accepting the sync policies you have to choose the frequency for checking the server (Push by default) as well as what to sync (for example contacts and calendar).
Figure 8.6. Sync Frequency and other settings
Figure 8.7. Optional Profile Name for the Connection
Finally accept the server policies.
Figure 8.8. Accept Server Policies
After accepting the policies for device will perform an initial sync.Your device has been configured
Figure 8.9. Your device has been configured
8.2.2. Windows Mobile based configuration
Figure 8.10. ActiveSync introduction
Figure 8.11. Server address
Specify a username and password, a domain must be specified but it is not used within Z-Push, so simply domain or some other random text can be specified. Select save password if automatic sync is preferred.
Figure 8.12. Account details
Select which items must be synchronised.
Figure 8.13. Synchronise options
Press Finish and start synchronising by pressing Sync.
8.2.3. iPhone based configurationThe following steps are applicable for the iPhone:
Open Settings and touch Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
Touch Add Account… and touch Microsoft Exchange.
Figure 8.14. Mail, Contacts, Calendars settings
Figure 8.15. Choice Protocol/ProviderEnter the user credentials, and touch Next.
Figure 8.16. User settings
The device will try to contact the server. If the server is not equal to zustomer.com in this case, the connection will fail. If the server is not configured for SSL connections, the connection will fail too. The iPhone has SSL enabled by default.
A new option field Server will pop up. Enter the correct server address or IP if necessary.
Figure 8.17. Extra server fieldIf SSL is not available the connection will fail to be established. Touch Save in order to keep the current account settings. Go to the just created account and touch Account info and disable Use SSL.
Figure 8.18. Save settings
Figure 8.19. Account settings