Setting up Zimbra on an Android-based Smartphone

AMMobile - Wireless

Feb 13, 2012 (5 years and 9 months ago)

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Most current Android phones support Exchange Active Sync (EAS) or some kind of "work mail" application. When you set up an account there are really only a few things you will need to know

Setting up Zimbra on an Android-based Smartphone

Most current Android phones support Exchange Active Sync (EAS) or some kind of
"work mail" application. When you set up an account there are really only a few things
you will need to know:
Server name = zimbra.scps.k12.fl.us

Domain = zimbra.scps.k12.fl.us (Note: Some phones may need this to be blank)

Username = firstname_lastname@scps.k12.fl.us (Must use the full e-mail address)

Password = Your Zimbra password (Make sure it remembers the password)

You can stay with the defaults for all other settings. If for some reason you are asked to
specify an SMTP port, use 2525.

At some point during or after the setup, you may need to check the options and choose
what will be synced (mail, calendar, contacts) if it doesn't seem to be syncing everything
properly.