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Use the settings below to setup your mobile device for UB email. 

SettingsAndroid | iPhone 

For other devices not listed here, please refer to this Web page.

Server Settings

The following settings can be used for tablets and smart phones to connect to UB email if your device is able to connect to Exchange/Activesync accounts:

  • Email or Account Type: Exchange
  • Email address: your UB email address
  • Server: 
  • Username: 
  • SSL: on

Android Settings

android settings for office 365 email


  • E-mail: your UB email address

  • Domain:user name:

  • Password: your netID password

  • Server:

  • SSL: set to ON

  Note: Some android models may require wireless to be turned off prior to account setup.

* Your username for all Office 365 services is 

iPhone Settings




For iPhone\iPad (iOS 7.0 or newer):
  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on “Mail, Contacts, and Calendars”
  • Tap on Add Account
  • Select “Exchange” from the list
  • Enter the Following:
    • Email:  Your email address (ex:
    • Password: Your NetID Password
    • Description:  UB (Optional)
  • Tap on Next, Then enter the following:
    • Server:
    • Domain: (none)
    • Username:
    • Password:  Your NetID Password
  • Tap on Next, Then enable features relevant to you:
    • Mail: Accessing your email in Mail (Recommended for Students\Staff\Faculty)
    • Contacts: Load the UBalt directory into your Contacts (Recommended for Staff\Faculty)
    • Calendars: Access your UBalt Calendar in your Calendars (Recommended for Staff\Faculty)
    • Reminders: Sync your to-do lists and tasks into Reminders (Only enable if you use Outlook tasks)
    • Notes: Your PC outlook notes available in Notes (Only enable if you have existing notes in Outlook that you need)
  • Tap on Save and you are set!

Tip for Defaults: In the Mail, Contacts, Calendars menu you can scroll down to check your Default Account for each of the features listed above. It is normally recommended to set the Default Account for Contacts to a personal account (Such as "iCloud"). Should you ever leave the university, you will not lose new contacts since they are all saved to your own personal account.



Last Published 1/24/17