You should usually be able to log in via Exchange using your email address and password. If you have two-factor authentication enabled on your account, you'll need to generate an app password, and you can use Microsoft's instructions for how to do that. If you see an error message, you should try one of the following things.
Specifying a username
If your email address (eg.
[email protected]) is not the same as the username you use to log on to Windows, try entering your Windows username in the ‘Exchange username’ box. It may look like an email address
[email protected] or be in a
DOMAIN\username format, eg.
If this box is left empty, your email address will be used.
Specifying an Exchange server
N1 auto-detects most Exchange server names, but sometimes you will need to enter the server details manually.
If you have access to Outlook Web App for your email, the server name you see when logged in is the correct one. For example, this Office365 user sees
outlook.office365.com when logged in:
If you're in doubt, ask your Exchange server administrator about the exact domain name of your company server.
If you are sure the details are correct but login is failing, this may be due to connection issues. Please make sure you have not entered a server name that requires VPN access.
Sometimes the username and server details are all correct, but syncing an account still fails. This is rare and we recommend you contact support with a detailed description of the issue you are experiencing.
For system administrators
Nylas uses mobile device provisioning for ActiveSync. Your user will encounter issues logging in if you have disabled device provisioning—please enable them to provision mobile devices.