Vodafone Smart II

Vodafone Smart II

Set up your phone for Exchange email - Vodafone Smart II

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Follow these instructions to set up your phone for Exchange email.

Step 1 of 50

Find "Access Point Names"

Press the menu icon.

Step 2 of 50

Find "Access Point Names"

Press Settings.

Step 3 of 50

Find "Access Point Names"

Press Wireless & networks.

Step 4 of 50

Find "Access Point Names"

Press Mobile networks.

Step 5 of 50

Find "Access Point Names"

Press Access Point Names.

Step 6 of 50

Create new data connection

Press the Menu key.

Step 7 of 50

Create new data connection

Press New APN.

Step 8 of 50

Enter data connection name

Press Name.

Step 9 of 50

Enter data connection name

Key in Vodafone Mail and press OK.

Step 10 of 50

Enter APN

Press APN.

An APN is used to create a data connection.
Step 11 of 50

Enter APN

Key in live.vodafone.com and press OK.

An APN is used to create a data connection.
Step 12 of 50

Enter country code

Press MCC.

Step 13 of 50

Enter country code

Key in 272 and press OK.

Step 14 of 50

Enter network code

Press MNC.

Step 15 of 50

Enter network code

Key in 01 and press OK.

Step 16 of 50

Select authentication type

Press Authentication type.

Step 17 of 50

Select authentication type

Press PAP.

Step 18 of 50

Select APN type

Press APN type.

Step 19 of 50

Select APN type

Key in default and press OK.

Step 20 of 50

Save and activate data connection

Press the Menu key.

Step 21 of 50

Save and activate data connection

Press Save.

Step 22 of 50

Save and activate data connection

Press the field next to Vodafone Mail to fill in the field.

Step 23 of 50

Save and activate data connection

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

Step 24 of 50

Find "Corporate"

Press the menu icon.

Step 25 of 50

Find "Corporate"

Press Settings.

Step 26 of 50

Find "Corporate"

Press Accounts & sync.

Step 27 of 50

Find "Corporate"

Press Add account.

Step 28 of 50

Find "Corporate"

Press Corporate.

Step 29 of 50

Enter email address

Press the field below Email Address and key in your email address.

Step 30 of 50

Enter password

Press the field below Password and key in your password.

Step 31 of 50

Enter password

Press Next.

Step 32 of 50

Enter domain and username

Press the field below Domain\Username and key in the domain and username separated by a "\".

Step 33 of 50

Enter server address

Press the field below Server and key in the server address.

Step 34 of 50

Turn SSL encryption on or off

Press Use secure connection (SSL) to turn SSL encryption on or off.

SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Step 35 of 50

Turn SSL encryption on or off

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Step 36 of 50

Turn SSL encryption on or off

Press Accept all SSL certificates to turn the function on or off.

SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Step 37 of 50

Turn SSL encryption on or off

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Step 38 of 50

Turn SSL encryption on or off

Press Next.

SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Step 39 of 50

Select setting for retrieving new email messages

Press the drop down list below Email checking frequency.

Step 40 of 50

Select setting for retrieving new email messages

Press Automatic (Push), Never or the required frequency.

Step 41 of 50

Select settings for synchronising new email messages

Press the drop down list below Amount to synchronize.

Step 42 of 50

Select settings for synchronising new email messages

Press the required setting.

Step 43 of 50

Turn synchronisation of contacts on or off

Press Sync contacts from this account to turn the function on or off.

Step 44 of 50

Turn synchronisation of contacts on or off

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

Step 45 of 50

Turn synchronisation of calendar on or off

Press Sync calendar from this account to turn the function on or off.

Step 46 of 50

Turn synchronisation of calendar on or off

When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

Step 47 of 50

Turn synchronisation of calendar on or off

Press Next.

Step 48 of 50

Enter account name

Press the field below Give this account a name (optional) and key in the required name.

Step 49 of 50

Finish setup

Press Done.

Step 50 of 50

Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

1. Find "Access Point Names"

Press the menu icon.
Press Settings.
Press Wireless & networks.
Press Mobile networks.
Press Access Point Names.

2. Create new data connection

Press the Menu key.
Press New APN.

3. Enter data connection name

Press Name.
Key in Vodafone Mail and press OK.

4. Enter APN

Press APN.
An APN is used to create a data connection.
Key in live.vodafone.com and press OK.
An APN is used to create a data connection.

5. Enter country code

Press MCC.
Key in 272 and press OK.

6. Enter network code

Press MNC.
Key in 01 and press OK.

7. Select authentication type

Press Authentication type.
Press PAP.

8. Select APN type

Press APN type.
Key in default and press OK.

9. Save and activate data connection

Press the Menu key.
Press Save.
Press the field next to Vodafone Mail to fill in the field.
Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

10. Find "Corporate"

Press the menu icon.
Press Settings.
Press Accounts & sync.
Press Add account.
Press Corporate.

11. Enter email address

Press the field below Email Address and key in your email address.

12. Enter password

Press the field below Password and key in your password.
Press Next.

13. Enter domain and username

Press the field below Domain\Username and key in the domain and username separated by a "\".

14. Enter server address

Press the field below Server and key in the server address.

15. Turn SSL encryption on or off

Press Use secure connection (SSL) to turn SSL encryption on or off.
SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Press Accept all SSL certificates to turn the function on or off.
SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.
Press Next.
SSL encryption protects your email messages when sending and receiving email messages. If you turn on SSL encryption, your email provider and internet service provider need to support this function, and you might need to select further settings before you can send and receive email messages.

16. Select setting for retrieving new email messages

Press the drop down list below Email checking frequency.
Press Automatic (Push), Never or the required frequency.

17. Select settings for synchronising new email messages

Press the drop down list below Amount to synchronize.
Press the required setting.

18. Turn synchronisation of contacts on or off

Press Sync contacts from this account to turn the function on or off.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.

19. Turn synchronisation of calendar on or off

Press Sync calendar from this account to turn the function on or off.
When the box next to the menu item is ticked (V), the function is turned on.
Press Next.

20. Enter account name

Press the field below Give this account a name (optional) and key in the required name.

21. Finish setup

Press Done.

22. Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.