Email and Wi-Fi Guide - Motorola Moto X (2014)

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This guide will explain how to connect your 2014 Motorola Moto X Android phone to Wi-Fi, and demonstrate how to set your Shaw email account up through an Exchange or POP server. Click on any of the links below to be redirected to the relevant instructions.

 

For more information, see:

Motorola Moto X Product Support

Moto X User Guide

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WiFi Setup

Exchange Email Setup (Recommended)

POP/SMTP Email Setup

 


 

Wi-Fi Setup

 

  1. Swipe down on the notification bar at the top of the phone's screen using your finger
  2. Tap the Square icon in the top right corner, which takes you to quick settings
  3. Tap the Wi-Fi icon
  4. Move the Wi-Fi slider option to the On position
  5. Select the network to which you would like to connect
      • If you are using a Shaw wireless modem you will be able to find your network name by looking at the white sticker on the top*
  6. Enter the network password (unless the network is open and requires no password)
      • If you are using a Shaw wireless modem you will be able to find your network password by looking at the white sticker on the top*
  7. Touch Connect

 


* If you have customized your network name (SSID) and password and can no longer remember the login credentials you will need to restore your Wireless Modem to the default settings

 

 

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Microsoft Exchange Email Setup

 

Exchange offers advanced mail handling, less confusion for accounts connected to multiple devices, and synchronization with calendars and contacts. Any emails sent from this device will appear on webmail, and any email messages deleted from the device will also be deleted from webmail and the server.

 

To configure your phone/tablet to send and receive emails using an Exchange server:

 

  1. Ensure that your Shaw.ca email account password meets the minimum security requirements
  2. Open the Email application on your Moto X
  3. Enter your Shaw email address and password
  4. Tap the Manual setup button
  5. Tap the Exchange button
  6. In the Server field, type wm.shaw.ca
  7. In the Port field, type 443
  8. In the Security Type field, select SSL/TLS (accept all certificates)
    1. Tap the Next button
    2. Choose which services you would like to sync (Mail, Contacts, and Calendar), and other options
    3. Tap the Next button
    4. Enter a name to be used to identify this email account (the email address itself is ideal)
    5. Tap the Next button to finish creating the account
    6. Open the email app to view your mail

     

     

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    POP Email Setup

     

    Follow theses steps to configure your phone and Shaw.ca email address to sync over a POP3 connection. Click here for more information on Exchange vs. POP/SMTP

     

    1. Enable Remote Access on your Shaw email account
    2. Open the Email application on your Moto X
    3. Enter your Shaw email address and password
    4. Tap Manual Setup
    5. Tap the POP3 button
    6. In the Server field, enter pop.shaw.ca
    7. In the Port field, enter 110
    8. In the Security Type field, select None
    9. Select when you would prefer your mail to be deleted from the server
    10. Tap the Next button
    11. In the SMTP Server field, enter mail.shaw.ca
    12. In the Port field, enter 587
    13. In the Security Type field, select STARTTLS or STARTTLS (accept all certificates)
    14. Ensure that Require sign-in is checked
      1. In the Username field, enter your complete Shaw email address
      2. In the Password field, enter your Shaw email password
      3. Tap the Next button
      4. Set the options according to your preferences
      5. Tap the Next button
      6. Give your account a name to identify it, and enter your desired display name
      7. Tap the Next button to finish creating the account

       

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