1. To add an Exchange account to your iOS device, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account > Microsoft Exchange.
2. On the next screen, enter your complete email address, domain, username, password, and a description (which may be anything you like). Ask your Exchange Server administrator if you are unsure of the domain. If you are unable to view your folder list, or are unable to send or receive email, leave the domain field blank.
3. Your iOS device will now try to locate your Exchange Server using Microsoft's Autodiscovery service. If it cannot locate the server, you will see the screen below. Enter your front-end Exchange Server's complete address in the Server field. Contact your Exchange Server administrator if you are unsure of the address.
Your iOS device will try to create a secure (SSL) connection to your Exchange Server. If it cannot do this, it will try a non-SSL connection. To override the SSL setting, go into Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars, select your Exchange account, tap Account Info, then toggle the Use SSL slider.
After successfully making a connection to the Exchange Server, you may be prompted to change your device passcode to match whatever policies may have been set on your server.
4. Choose which type or types of data you would like to synchronize: Mail, Contacts, and Calendars. Note that by default, only three days' worth of email is synchronized. To synchronize more, go into Settings, then Mail, Contacts, Calendars, select your Exchange account, and tap on Mail days to sync.
Note that after configuring an Exchange ActiveSync account, all existing contact and calendar information on the iOS device is overwritten. Additionally, iTunes no longer syncs contacts and calendars with your desktop computer. You can still sync your iOS device wirelessly with MobileMe services.
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Before you being, Wire & Web highly recommends that you call us to ensure proper installation. Inproper installation or installing the wrong type or speed of memory into your PC can have horrible consequences.
Remove the side panel of your case
To begin working inside the computer, you need to remove the side panel of the case to gain access to the motherboard. The first thing you should do, the report said, is unplug every cord going into the back of your device. If you have a power switch in the back, it can also help to shut that off to make sure no electricity can flow into the system.
Your computer will have two side panels. Identifying which one to remove is usually relatively simple. For the most part, the case is designed so that one panel is relatively permanent, and will have more screws holding it in place. The other will only have a few screws in place, and may even have a spring-based mechanism that lets you remove it without worrying about screws at all.
Simply lay the device horizontally on a floor or table with the other panel facing downward, take the side panel off, and you should be able to see what the inside of your computer looks like.
Removing the old memory
Memory slots are fairly easy to identify. They will be located near the processor, and will feature small tabs on the outside to hold the DRAM in place. The number of memory slots in a motherboard varies, so make sure you have enough space for the memory you purchase.
To take the currently installed DRAM out of the device, push the tabs downward and outward to release the memory stick, and simply pull it out of the slot. You will probably need to put a reasonable amount of pressure on the unit, even if you have properly unfastened the locking tabs.
Placing the new DRAM in the slots
To put the new memory sticks into the available ports, hold the unit by its edges and place it into the slot using the proper alignment. Identifying the right setup is simple, as there is a notch at the bottom of the memory stick that lines up with a similar notch in the memory slots. Typically, it is located two-thirds of the way along the memory stick.
Actually placing the memory into the slot requires some firm pressure. When the module is properly slotted you should see the tabs close and will hear a slight click as they lock into place, according to the news source.
Whenever you work within a computer, you need to be cautious about static electricity. A static charge released into a DRAM stick or other component can put it out of service before you even turn the computer back on. In many cases, discharging your static electricity by touching metal before you handle the DRAM can keep your hardware safe. However, a static prevention wristband or gloves can help, especially if you plan on making a number of upgrades to your device.
We highly recommend calling Wire & Web to ensure proper installation.
Plans (Ex2P1-4) offer fully functional, exchanged, email service that ensures your email will flow smoothly from your office to your home or mobile devices. Sophisticated spam filters protect your systems from known attacks and from known spam companies while the archiving requirements are met and/or thru the “litigated hold” archiving feature included in this package.
Litigated hold collects, complies and archives every email you receive or send from your account. Litigated hold is only used in case of a lawsuit and is required under Federal Law; please reference the attached summaries for details. Should you, a person or a company you conduct business with be accused of email fraud or associated charges a court order will be assigned to release the litigated hold to the proper authorities. Please contact Wire & Web for more details and see if this feature is right for you. (Please also see attached documentation)
Wire & Web’s professional technicians will assist you in the setup of every component of your new account. If you have a personal domain you wish to use as your email address, Wire & Web will help transfer your domain into the new Exchange Online account. Once your account is successfully setup you can add new users, account or upgrade your account as needed. Wire & Web will be glad to assist you thru the entire process.
Wire & Web recommends the use of Microsoft Office Outlook with your new Exchange Online Account to get the most of your services; however, other personal mail clients are compatible. Some of the compatible mail clients are, but not limited to, Eudora, Outlook Express 4+ (Windows XP Pro with SP3 Only) and Microsoft Outlook Web Access.
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