EXCHANGE ACTIVESYNC ON MOBILE DEVICES
Exchange ActiveSync? is a communication protocol that enables mobile, "over-the-air" access to e-mail messages,
schedules, contacts, tasks, and other Exchange Server mailbox data.
Here at Kingston University we run Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and have enabled ActiveSync. Below we have
detailed the connection settings you will require to start synchronizing your mobile device with the Kingston University
Microsoft Exchange Server. Please note that we support the service, NOT the end device.
It would be impossible for Kingston University to test every mobile device on the market to guarantee that Exchange
ActiveSync will work.
(1) The following devices generally work with ActiveSync:
(2) The following manufacturers have *some* Exchange ActiveSync compatible devices:-
Kingston University have tested a number of devices from the above manufacturers and have found that some devices
work and some do not work. Please contact your device manufacturer directly if you are unable to get Exchange
ActiveSync working using the settings provided below.
SUPPORTED EXCHANGE ACTIVESYNC SETTINGS
No responsibility is accepted by Kingston University, its staff or any of its partners for any loss of data or damage in any
way arising from the use of the settings below.
Depending on the manufacturer and mobile device the user will be asked for various settings. The core Exchange
ActiveSync settings are listed below and are intended for “ActiveSync over wireless”, whether that is using GPRS, 3G or
WARNING: When using ActiveSync, additional security settings may be imposed on your mobile device.
Exchange Server Address: https://mail.kingston.ac.uk (mail.kingston.ac.uk)
Exchange Domain: KUDS
Username: KU12345 – This is your normal KU username Password: ************ - This is your normal KU Password
There will be other device dependant settings which Kingston University are unable to advise on but will contain such
options as what to synchronize, how often, how many items etc… We recommend you consult the documentation
provided by your mobile device manufacturer.
If you are unable to get the above settings working please contact your mobile device manufacturer for advice.