Engineering Network Services - CSU

Engineering Network Services
 

Mobile Devices


ENS supports any mobile device (such as smart phone, tablet or PDA) that is on the list of CSU approved mobile devices. This list changes often, and is available on the telecommunications web site.

iPad, iPhone, & iPod Touch

Engineering Email

Connect to CSU Wireless with VPN

  • Follow the steps on the ACNS webpage to set up the device.

Connect to CSU Wireless without VPN

  1. Tap "Settings".
  2. Tap "General Settings".
  3. Tap "Wi-Fi".
  4. Select csu-eid from the list of networks.
  5. Type in your EID username and password.
  6. Accept the verification.

O365 Email

Android

Connect to CSU Wireless

  1. Open Settings > Wireless & networks.
  2. Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on, then tap Wi-Fi settings.
  3. Find csu-eid in the list of Wi-Fi networks, and tap it.
  4. Configure the connection with the following settings:
  • EAP method: PEAP (this is probably the default setting)
  • Phase 2 authentication: Use None, if that option is available. Otherwise, use MSCHAPV2.
  • Identity: your-eid
  • Anonymous identity: Leave blank
  • Wireless password: your-ePassword

Engineering Email

  • Install the free "K-9 Mail" app from the Android Market. Then, configure it using these settings:
  • Incoming Server Settings:
    • Username: your-username
    • Password: your-password
    • IMAP server: mail.engr.colostate.edu
    • Security type: SSL (always)
    • Authentication type: PLAIN
    • Port: 993
    • NO IMAP PATH PREFIX
    • Use compression on network: all checked.
  • Outgoing Server Settings:
    • SMTP server: smtp.colostate.edu
    • Security type: TLS or STARTTLS (always)
    • Port: 587
    • Require sign-in: checked
    • Authentication type: PLAIN
    • Username: your-username
    • Password: your-password

NOTE: It is possible to use other email apps with Android devices, but we have found the K-9 Mail app to be the most effective. If you choose to use another app, use the general settings above to configure your app.

O365 Email

O365 Email

Windows Mobile

Engineering Email

  1. Turn on the device, Click on "Start" and select "Messaging.
  2. Click on "Menu" at the bottom right of the screen and select "Tools."
  3. Click on "New Account."
  4. Enter your First.Last@colostate.edu email address. This assumes that the email alias is pointing to your Engineering email address. (To check, go to eid.colostate.edu and click the "Change E-mail Address" link on the left. Login with your eID username and password.)
  5. Uncheck "Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet" and click next.
  6. Select the email provider as "Internet e-mail" and click next.
  7. Enter Your full name (example: John Smith) and the Account display name (example: ENGR) and click next.
  8. Enter the incoming mail server as mail.engr.colostate.edu and chose the account type as POP3 and click next.
  9. Enter your Engineering username password and click next.
  10. Enter the outgoing mail server as smtp.colostate.edu and check the box for "Outgoing server requires authentication". Use your EID username and password to authenticate. Click "Advanced Server Settings."
  11. Check the box for "Require SSL for Incoming e-mail" and click done and then next.
  12. Click next and then finish as these pages are preference pages.

O365 Email

Troubleshooting Windows Mobile Device

I can't sent to emails to addresses outside of CSU.

  • Check the settings from step 10 in the section above.


 
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This document last modified Tuesday January 26, 2016


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