Email Client Setup: Android

× Attention Medical School Students, Faculty, and Staff:

  • Medical School Students, Faculty, and Staff should use the Outlook App when accessing email on Android devices
  • Please visit our Medical School Email Changes page for information specific to the recently announced email changes.

Note – connecting your Android device to your Office 365 email account will require you to setup a login pin as well as encryption on your device.

  1. Open the Settings app, and under the Accounts section, tap Add account
  2. In the Add an account window, select Microsoft Exchange Activesync
  3. Fill in the following information when prompted:
    • Email: your email address
    • Password: your WUSTL Key password
  4. Tap Next
  5. If your WUSTL key does not match your email address, you may be prompted with a  Server Settings page.  If you do, fill in the following information:
    • Domain\Username: 
      • If your WUSTL Key username matches the first part of your email address, enter:
      • If your WUSTL Key username differs from the first part of your email address, enter:
    • Password: your WUSTL KEY password
    • Server:
    • Select Use secure connection (SSL)
  6. Tap Next
  7. If prompted with a notification about Remote security administration, tap OK
  8. On the Account options page, customize settings for email storage and notification to suit your needs, then tap Next
  9. On the Your Account is setup page, enter WUSTL for the account name, and then tap Next
  10. You may receive notification from the Mail app that a Security update is required – if so, follow these steps:
    • Tap on the Security update notification to open it
    • On the Security update notification window, tap OK
    • On the Activate device administrator page, tap Activate

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