School email can be accessed from anywhere and on any device as long as there is an internet access. Besides Outlook Web App the emails can be accessed on different Apps and devices. The examples of the setup procedures are listed below.

School email configuration on iOS 12

To add your Exchange account, tap SettingsPasswords & Accounts > Add Account > Exchange.

If you had the account set before the migration to Office 365 (Dec. 2018), please delete it first and then add again.

Enter your school email address  (in the format: and school password. You can also enter an account description.

Tap Sign In on the next screen to continue:

You will be prompted to put your password again. Tap on Sign in to continue:

You can sync Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, and Notes. When you’re finished, tap Save.

School email configuration on Android

Go to Settings > Add account.
Select the type of account you want to use (Corporate or Exchange).

Enter your school email address (in the format: and school password.

Tap Allow to sync your calendar and contacts with your email account.

Depending on Android version you may need to go through a set of settings but they can be left as suggested default. You are now ready to use your email account!

School email configuration on MS Outlook 2016

Start Outlook 2016. If this is the first time you run Outlook you will see the Welcome screen:

Add Account process will start automatically. Alternatively you can go to File > Add Account. On the next page click Next:

Enter your name, school email address  (in the format: and school password. Then click Next.

If you are asked about a password for connecting to the account, do retype your password and click OK.

Beginning in July, the login screen will instead look like this below:

The setup should complete successfully, click Finish to complete the process. You are ready to start using your school email account.

School email configuration on MS Outlook 2016 for Mac

For Outlook for Mac 2016 please follow the Microsoft instructions here. Please remember to use