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Basic Email (Mailserv and Tigger) accounts can be accessed by a variety of desktop email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook for Windows and Mac OS X, Mozilla ThunderbirdApple Mail, as well as mobile devices running Android, iOS (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and others.

UIC-WiFi uses WPA2 Enterprise security with 802.1x authentication, PEAP with MSCHAP v2.These instructions should help you to connect your Android (2.1 or higher) device to the campus wireless network. You need to be on campus to do this, near a UIC-WiFi access point. If you have trouble connecting to UIC-WiFi, please visit C-Stop.

Most new staff and faculty, and almost all new students do not have a Basic Email account. Staff, please see Exchange Online, students see UIC GoogleApps.

The following instructions are for configuring the Android email clients previous to Ice Cream Sandwich to use Basic Email accounts. There is a separate set of instructions if you are using GoogleApps@UIC gmail.

To connect to UIC VPN from Android devices, you will have to install the OpenVPN Connect client and download your VPN configuration file.

Share your calendar from Outlook on Windows

NOTE: Instructions will be similar depending on which version of Outlook you're running, though the pictures may look slightly different.
 
 
1.  Before someone can view your calendar, you must first give them permissions to do so. To do this, open Outlook and click on the calendar view on the bottom left of Outlook.
 

Android OS (2.3+,3.0+,4.0+) with ActiveSync Support is required to sync with ACCC Exchange accounts. You can sync email, contacts, and your calendar.

NOTE:  Instructions for setting up your Android device to connect to Exchange Online with the native Android app are found below

Setting up your Android phone to work with Exchange Online using the official Microsoft Outlook App.

1.  Install the Microsoft Outlook app from the Play Store.

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