Configuring iOS Devices For Use With Exchange
iOS devices running 4.2.1 or later can connect to Exchange via Exchange Active Sync (EAS). This works for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. EAS allows push notifications of emails and calendar events.
Before you follow the instructions below, make sure that you follow the instructions to enable ActiveSync on your Exchange account:
Important note: if you are setting up your iOS device to synchronize with an Exchange server, you should not attempt to synchronize your calendar, contact, or email data through iTunes. It is recommended that you disable syncing this data in iTunes.
The instructions below are based on connecting to ISC's Exchange server. Please substitute your local Exchange information as necessary.
Your iOS device will now receive push updates from the Exchange server.
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