University support for personal devices of faculty and staff is limited to providing configuration information only; your provider is responsible for all other support. The OTS mobile support page provides a detailed description of the comprehensive support we provide for university-owned devices.
University mail servers use Duo Multi-Factor Authentication as an added layer of security.
The best method for accessing TU email on an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, is through the Outlook Mobile App. Here is how to download and install the app:
You can use the device's native email, calendar and contact apps on iOS and Android devices by selecting the Exchange option.
The information below can be used to configure Exchange email on most devices. Once you configure your device to download university email, you will be forced to put in a passcode that automatically locks your device if you are not already using one, regardless of whether it is your personally-owned device.
Domain: (leave blank)
Username: (enter your full email address here)
University-owned Surface and Windows tablets can use the already-installed Office 2016 Outlook client to check email, calendar and contacts. Personally-owned Windows tablets can use Office 365, or install the latest version of Office from the Office 365 website.
OTS Training has Self-Help documents available to assist you with connecting your laptops and other mobile devices to the university wireless network.