Configure Outlook Anywhere

I would like to Configure Outlook Anywhere on my tablet. On laptops that I can connect to the network using LAN, It is OK. But need help to configure on tablets. How can I do this?
Snowbella KilangitAsked:
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Yogi TechAMCommented:
What is the OS on tablet, version? (Make would do).
Alexa JacksonDigital Forensic AnalystCommented:
Before connect to your tablet, you need to enable the Outlook Anywhere:

Control Panel > Email Hosting > Email > Click on your Email Address > Desktop Software Settings > marked Enable Outlook Anywhere.

Now, you can configure your tablet with Outlook Anywhere.

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Usually tablets out of the box use ActiveSync to connect to Exchange. Is this still inside your own network? Or you want to use this outside (access FROM the internet)?
Just make sure port 80 and/or port 443 are opened. Usually the steps speaks for themselves (settings > add accounts > add Exchange > fill in email address and password, let autodiscover work or fail, if working, you're done, if failed, fill in server address, fix username and domain and password, done!)
Snowbella KilangitAuthor Commented:
Thanks Kimputer, ports mentioned are open, will use from outside the LAN. Stuck at "fill in server address"
How do you mean stuck? What did you fill in (and press Next)? Usually, Android don't get stuck, they give you an error message after a minute or so.
Also, send screenshot if possible.
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