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Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Things You'll Need:
Exchange server username and password
Server address and domain name


Open the phone's Start menu by pressing the left soft key at the Home screen. The left soft key is the button just below and to the left of the display, and you reach the home screen by pressing the "Home" button to the right of the navigation key; the Home button has the image of a house on it.


Select "ActiveSync."


Open the menu options by pressing the right soft key.


Select "Configure Server."


Type in your Exchange server's address in the "Server Address" field and then select "Next."


Type in your username and password in the "User Name" and "Password" fields, then select "Next."


Type in the server's domain name in the "Domain" field, if necessary. Not all Exchange servers require this.


Select the options you want to sync with your Exchange server. You can sync any or all of these: your contacts, your calendar items, your emails and your tasks.


Select "Finish,]wholesale cell phones," then "Sync" to sync up your phone for the first time with your Exchange server.