Smartphone Email Setup

If you have a Smartphone that supports Microsoft Exchange Server, you can set up your phone to receive your KCTCS email.

Students should see the instructions here. Faculty and staff should use the settings for Smartphones below. These settings are provided for your information only; we do not support hardware that does not belong to the college.

The instructions below provide general guidance for both iPhone and Android.  Keep in mind that the instructions are not version specific, so depending on which version of mobile device you use, some options may vary.

General Android Configuration

1.Navigate to Account Settings, and select Add Account 2.Choose Microsoft Exchange Activesync or "Corporate"
3.Enter your email address and password and select Manual Setup
4.If prompted to accept the Activation Agreement, select Yes 
5.In the Domain\Username field, enter your full email address as the username). 
6.Enter your password in the Password field. 
7.Enter m.outlook.com in the Server field.
8.Select the "Use Secure Connection" checkbox
9.If prompted that "Outlook.com must be able to remotely control security features", select Yes
10.Set any account options required
11.Name your account
12.If prompted to "Update Security Settings", click Activate

 

 


General iPhone Configuration

 

1.From Settings, select Mail Contacts Calendar
2.Select Add Account
3.Select Microsoft Exchange as the account type
4.Enter your email address as the username and leave the domain field blank.
5.If prompted that settings could not be determined, click Continue
6.If asked for server name, enter m.outlook.com as the server name.
7.Save the configuration
NOTE: If you elect to sync Contacts, it is recommended that you also select "Keep on my iPhone" to avoid contact deletion.

For more information see the graphical walkthrough - Set Up Office 365 Email on iOS.


NOTE: All KCTCS owned devices should be password, or PIN protected. In addition, any personal device that is configured to receive mail from KCTCS.edu may be required to set an unlock PIN. It is the responsibility of all Faculty, Staff, and Students to responsibly maintain confidential information in a secure manner regardless of method of

access.