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 The following instructions apply to Bearmail and are for instructors and teaching assistants. Students should see the Exchange guide .

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To setup Bearmail for Android

  1. Tap the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings then Accounts & Sync.
  3. Tap Add Account Settings then Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.
  4. Enter your email address and password and tap next.
  5. Under User Name enter SGF\YourBearPassLogin.
  6. Change the Exchange server to "bearmail.missouristate.edu” and tap next.
  7. Change the information about what you would like to sync and tap finish.

NOTE

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In order for the phone to connect, you will have to activate the device administrator. It will prompt you to do so when you try to access the email account.

Login information

Email address: abc123@missouristate.edu

Server address: bearmail.missouristate.edu

Domain: sgf

Username: BearPassLogin (Note: DO NOT include the "sgf" here)

Password: xxxxxxxxx

Check the SSL connection box.

8 Comments

  1. 1. Email address: abc123@missouristate.edu

    2. Server address: bearmail.missouristate.edu

    3. Domain: sgf

    4. Username: privateBearpassLogin (Note: Do not include the "sgf" here)

    5. Password: xxxxxxxxx

    6. Check the SSL connection box.

  2. Unknown User (cb918)

    These directions are confusing and do not seem to be written for the 2.2 Droid OS.

    Using a DroidX, I have been unable to configure my live.missouristate.edu account with this instruction.

    CHRIS

    1. Chris: This is the setup guide for BearMail which is used by faculty and staff. Please see this guide: Setup Live at EDU Exchange on Android 2.1 (Eclair) and Android 2.2 (Froyo) for how to setup your Live@EDU account.

  3. On some android devices (such as the LG Vortex), Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is replaced with an option called "Corporate." Everything else works exactly the same.

  4. I have a galaxy s4 and this isnt working. Hellp

     

  5. IT SAYS IT WAS UNABLE TO CONNECT TO THE SERVER

     

    1. This guide is for faculty only. Use one of the student set up guides instead, located here : Live@EDU Clients for Handheld Devices