Prerequisite: You must have Xobni Cloud enabled on your Xobni account before using this option. To do so, install Xobni Pro, Smartr Inbox for Gmail, Smartr Contacts for Android, or Smartr Contacts for iPhone and Xobni Cloud will be enabled.
We are currently testing our new Exchange Web Services (EWS) connector. If your Exchange account is EWS enabled and you want Xobni to connect to it, please log in to the Exchange cloud page and enter your credentials:
It will attempt to auto-discover your Exchange settings. If that fails you will be prompted to enter the manual Exchange settings. A direct link to the manual settings is available here. If you're still unable to connect, use the troubleshooting steps at the bottom of this article to confirm that your account is accessible over EWS.
How do I find my Exchange server name?
If you're having trouble finding your Exchange server name, try following these steps.
For Microsoft Outlook users
- Open Microsoft Outlook.
- Open your Account Settings.
- In Microsoft Outlook 2010, you'll find Account Settings in the File tab.
- In earlier versions of Outlook, go to Tools —>Options, and then click Email Accounts.
- Click "Microsoft Exchange" in the list of email accounts.
- Click "Change" above the list of email accounts.
- Look at the text next to "Server" or "Exchange Server". This text will be the server name you use.
For Office 365 users
- Log on to the Microsoft Online Portal, and go to Outlook.
- Click the question mark at the top right corner, and select About.
- You'll find the Host Name further down the page. This text will be the server name you use.
For GoDaddy users
- For Exchange 2010 users: Use either mail.ex2.secureserver.net or mail.ex3.secureserver.net as the server name.
- For Exchange 2007 users: Use mail.ex1.secureserver.net as the server name.
- Visit https://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/ in a browser window.
- Select the "Microsoft Exchange Web Services Connectivity Tests: Synchronization, Notification, Availability, and Automatic Replies (OOF)" option.
- Click the "Next" button at the lower right of the page.
- Sign in to your exchange server (using a test account or a password that you change soon is recommended) and click "Perform Tests"
- If the results say that access is not available, your Exchange admin must enable EWS access.