How Do I ... Setup NotifyLink for iPhone/iPod



NotifyLink iPhone support allows users with an iPhone or iPod touch to access their Email via  NotifyLink .  Setup for this solution involves creating a Microsoft Exchange® mail account on the device.  There is no application software to install.



Select the  Settings icon from the device's Home Screen.
Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account > Microsoft Exchange


add account

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Enter Registration Credentials

  • Email:  your UWO email address ( 
  • Username:  your UWO email address (
  • Password:  Note this is not your UWO password but the authentication password associated with the  Notifylink Web Client .



You may see the error message, “ Unable to Verify Certificate .”
Tap  Accept  to bypass the error and proceed.


In the  Server  field, enter:
Tap  Next .


By default the Contact and Calendar synchronizations are set to OFF to prevent existing data from being removed.

  • If you prefer that existing PIM (contacts and calendar events) be removed and replaced with PIM data from the Western's server, turn  Contacts  and  Calendars   ON  and tap  Save .
  • If you wish to preserve the existing PIM data on your iPhone, leave  Contacts  and  Calendar   OFF

At the warning prompt, tap  Sync .


Note:   You can change this setting at any time.  From the Home screen, tap  Settings  >  Mail, Contacts, Calendars .  Then tap your account. 

See Also

Refer to email confirmation from  for further instructions


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