05-03-2018 09:19 AM
05-03-2018 09:19 AM
I have a user with an Android device trying to get Outlook for Android to work.
She has the latest version, we've uninstalled/rebooted/reinstalled, cleared all devices from her mailbox in O365, cleared cache, tried cell connection/Wifi, and we don't have any restrictive MDM or MAM rules.
When she tries to login it says "Login Error, The connection to your mail server timed out. Please check your mail settings." Unfortunately with the app you can't check the settings to verify and when she tries the Support Link it just spins and she can't get assistance.
05-10-2018 11:01 PM
I have a few questions to ask you for the following scenarios.,
1. is she able to login to Outlook Web Access.
2. can you share the screenshot of the mobile error.
3. through which mobile app is she trying to connect office 365.
4. which office 365 subscription is she using.
Please reply to this post to give appropriate answer as earliest.
05-13-2018 10:36 PM
Thanks for information.., As i came across i found that Office 365 G3 doesn't support MDM
but i don't have confirmation on this. so you can check the by yourself by signing in to OWA then "goto settings select office 365 then select my account there you can see your install status" refer the screenshot attached and the link too.
i have few more questions
1. is exchange server is hosted by your data-center or Microsoft. "if encase of exchange is managed by your data center then you need to check with exchange settings."
2. is auto discover is enabled in settings?
the reason you are facing login issue due to the "auto discovering certificate isuue"
05-14-2018 06:59 AM
Sorry, but you didn't read my post carefully as your proposed solution has nothing to do with the issue.
Anyway, thanks for the attempt.
05-14-2018 11:20 PM
sorry to here that, Please refer the below links that may help..
Autodiscover The Autodiscover service feature automatically configures Outlook to work with Exchange Online. Outlook users can receive their required profile settings directly from Exchange Online the first time they sign in with their email address and password. These settings automatically update the Outlook client with the information necessary to create and maintain the user's profile. An SSL certificate is required to use the Autodiscover service. This SSL certificate is limited to a single primary SSL domain.
Cached Exchange Mode The Cached Exchange Mode feature allows Outlook users to access local copies of their Exchange Online mailboxes when they are not connected to the Internet. Cached Exchange Mode retains a client-side copy of users’ Exchange mailboxes in Outlook and automatically synchronizes this copy with the email server. We recommend using Outlook in Cached Exchange Mode because it provides offline access and helps to provide a responsive user experience even when network conditions between the client and the server are not ideal.
10-29-2019 09:11 PM
01-13-2020 03:40 AM
Check your email account and password and try entering your information again.
Make sure your email account is supported. You can add accounts from Office 365, Exchange Online, Exchange Server (2007 SP2, 2010, 2013), Outlook.com (including Hotmail, Live, and MSN), Gmail, iCloud and Yahoo! Mail.
If you're not sure which type of email account you have, check with your workplace support team, email provider or Internet service provider (ISP).
If you can't sign in to an account that you've already added, remove your account, then add it again.
The official Microsoft Exchange online link is this:
Not the one in your comment