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How to find Domain Name in Exchange


  1. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

    Hey,

    Trying to set up an exchange email for someone. Do you guys know a way to find a domain name in outlook web access or in Outlook?

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  2. izyforreal

    izyforreal Member

    When the user logs in to OWA, assuming the server is using forms based authentication, after entering username and password, upon clicking "LOG ON" the domain\user name field will be populated with the domain name ahead of the user name. You'll only see it for a second, however.

    It's easier in Outlook. Go to TOOLS, ACCOUNT SETTINGS and double-click Microsoft Exchange. In the next window you'll see the FQ name of the Exchange server.
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  3. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

    awesome....i'll give this a try through Outlook...thanks Izy
  4. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

    So, I went through the instructions above to obtain the address, and am trying to set it up through ExchangeSync in the mail app....can't connect though. If I'm connecting to an Exchange server is there something else I need?
  5. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

    enjoy being banned :)
  6. ss213

    ss213 New Member

  7. amy.nicole624

    amy.nicole624 New Member

    except it's not on that page any longer....I have the same question...

    HELP

    I have the brand new TMobile HTC Sensation; and I cannot get my school email on this phone. I could on my Blackberry with NO issues. Is this an Android snafu, or am I doing something wrong?
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