Sync an Outlook Live mail account to an Android device (Froyo)

I was just asked this question, so I thought I’d do a quick tutorial. Here is the method if you are on Froyo. For the new method addressing ICS, see this post here. I expect that other versions of Android should be similar.

Edit: I recently created a new post documenting the process on a Samsung Galaxy S3 with ICS running Touchwiz, HERE.

  1. First, open Settings and select Accounts

  2. Tap "Add account"

  3. Tap "Corporate Sync"

  4. To find the correct "server", open Outlook Live email in your web browser. The server is in the address bar. it will be

  5. Hit Next, and the account will be added

  6. Lastly, you can select which items you want to sync, and how many days

  7. That is really all there is to it. Send and receive email, update your calendar. Works perfectly!

    ~ by Jay P Morgan on May 11, 2011.

One Response to “Sync an Outlook Live mail account to an Android device (Froyo)”

  1. […] Ok, I did this topic before, for Froyo, but another year has come and gone, and Android has continued to evolve. Here is the low-down on the latest wide-spread iteration of the platform. If you have purchased a new device within the past few months, hopefully you did your homework and it has “Ice Cream Sandwich” installed. This particular how-to was created with a Samsung Galaxy S3, which uses Touchwiz. Touchwiz is the suite of graphical and UI enhancements that Samsung layers on top of their Android devices. But, touchwiz aside, these settings, if not the complete instructions should apply across various devices, although some of the screens and/or settings may appear or be named slightly differently. If these instructions don’t apply to you at all, try the old Froyo post, HERE. […]

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