Smartphones & Tablets
Microsoft Exchange utilizes Exchange ActiveSync (or EAS), which provides push synchronization of contacts, calendars, tasks, and e-mail between ActiveSync-enabled servers and your mobile devices. This is the only approved product to connect to UNMC email.
There is no additional charge to faculty, staff and students to utilize ActiveSync.
Mobile Device Security Policies
- Forced 4 digit pin on device
- The device will be wiped after 10 attempts to log in
- No restriction size for attachments
- No limit on how much email or calendaring a device can sync.
iPhone, iPad, iPod
Works well with all iOS devices. iPhones, iPads, iPods.
Setup Instructions: Droid Devices (Note: Instructions vary slightly by device)
Droid devices seem to have inconsistent success in using ActiveSync. There are so many makes/models of Droids with different operating system versions, that it difficult to provide a specific list of those that work.
Blackberries (Existing License Holders Only)
There is a one-time charge of $70 for a Blackberry Enterprise Server license.
- How to / Troubleshooting
- First Glance at Outlook
- First Time Setup
- Mobile Devices
Outlook 2011 (Macs)
Outlook Web App
Outlook Web App (Light)
- Outlook (Windows vs Mac)
Questions & Answers
Remote Access (Web Mail)
CD Rom Tutorials
Class Handouts & Recordings
- LearnIt Blog
10 attempts with the wrong pin will automatically wipe your device.