March 15, 2012Status Update at 2:00 PM 3/15/2012
The issues encountered as a result of the planned email outage on Monday evening, March 12, have been corrected and stabilized. No email messages were lost during the outage.
For some mobile devices, users may need to make adjustments in order to connect to Baylor email:
Android users will need to update their server name setting to legacy.baylor.edu in order to synchronize their Android device email with their Baylor Exchange email account.
iPhone or iPad users running a version of iOS prior to 4.3.2 will need to upgrade their operating system.
iPhone users that cannot upgrade to a version of iOS of at least 4.3.2 will need to update their server name setting to legacy.baylor.edu.
Other mobile devices experiencing connection issues will need to update their server name to legacy.baylor.edu.
ITS staff members have worked diligently throughout the week with Microsoft support to determine the extent of the problems and to remedy them. The changes required for the mobile devices noted above are a result of incompatibilities between certain mobile operating systems and the newer Exchange 2010 mail system.
For instructions on configuring mobile devices, consult the Telephone & Networking section of the ITS Website and for other questions about this upgrade, visit the Exchange 2010 FAQ page
Please direct questions to the ITS Help Line (710-HELP/4357). The Help Desk may experience a high volume of calls as the campus returns from spring break. If you prefer not to wait for an attendant, at the menu options, Press 2 and leave a voice mail. A Help Desk technician will respond as quickly as possible in the order they are received.
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