Configure Exchange account in iphone.

I am trying to configure an Exchange account on my iphne, so that I can get company emails on my iphone.

I am not sure what to enter in Server field.

our Exchange servers, from internal company, they are  called Exchangemail1.domain.corp and Exchangemail2.domain.corp. so we have 2 exchange servers.

However I am not sure what to enter in server field so that I can get my exchange emails while I am on the road.

Any idea ?

Thanks
jskfanAsked:
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ambri5hCommented:
I'm presuming you have an Outlook/Website that you can access emails from. In there should be the server name you need, so might be worth checking in the settings - if its Exchange 365 or such - it should tell you in there what you need to enter.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
we have Exchange 2010
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Kyle GreenCommented:
iPhones work best with Exchange 2010 (based on experience) when you point them towards the Outlook Web Access. In our company we have one pointed externally at webmail.ourdomain.com which allows us to send and receive emails, sync our calendars, contacts and tasks regardless of our physical location or connection to the corporate network.

Find your OWA address and use that for the server field.
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
typically whatever your MX record is or as stated above OWA.  If you use webmail or mail.domain.com that is the address you specify as the servername so it resolves to your exchange server.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
it is not connecting for some reason

webmail.mydomain.com
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Kyle GreenCommented:
You need to verify that is the correct address for your OWA.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
webmail.mycomany.com

do I need to add /owa or /ActiveSync
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
I will do some research later
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Kyle GreenCommented:
Sorry for the late response. No, you do not need to specify any sub-folders; just the root address of the OWA which in my case is webmail.ourdomain.com.
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
I resolved it by going to my AD account, and checked the "include inheritable permissions from this object's parent"
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