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Add my Office 365 email address to my iPhone

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To add your Office 365 email address to your iPhone Mail app, you'll need your Office 365 email address and password.

  1. Tap Settings and tap Passwords & Accounts.
  2. Tap Add Account.
    In Passwords & Accounts, tap Add Account
  3. Tap Exchange.
    Tap Exchange
  4. Enter your Email address and a short Description (ex: your company's name or email type).
  5. Tap Next.
    Enter email, company description, and tap Next
  6. Tap Sign In to confirm you want to Sign in to your Exchange account using Microsoft?
    Tap Sign In to sign in to your Exchange account
  7. Enter your Password and tap Sign In.
    Enter password and tap Sign In

    Note: If Microsoft cannot find your account, you might be asked to enter your details manually:

    Username = your Office 365 email address
    Password = your Office 365 email password
    Internal URL (Server) = outlook.office365.com
    External URL (Domain) = outlook.office365.com

  8. Tap Next. You may be asked to select Consent on behalf of your organization. This allows Office 365 and the Mail app to work together. Tap Accept.
  9. Tap Save (You can come back and update settings here at any point).
    Review settings and tap save
  10. That's it, you'll see your Office 365 account under Accounts.
    See Office 365 email account display under Accounts

Great, your email address is on your iPhone Mail app and you're good to go! If you want to add your email to another device, you can go back to step 3 for other email account instructions. If you're all set, head to the next step!

Step 4, let's go send your first email!

More info

Common issues for setting up email on a phone.

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