How to sync zMailCloud calendars using CalDAV (iOS)

Written by Jay Cihla on . Posted in Configuring Mobile Devices

This article describes the steps to sync your zMailCloud account using CalDAV as the connection type for iOS devices (iPhone & iPad).

1. Open the Settings application:

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2. Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars:

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3. To add a CalDAV account, select Add Account:

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4. Select Other:

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5. Select Add CalDAV account as the account type:

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6. Enter your account information and press next:

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Server: yourcompany.zmailcloud.com If you are unsure what your custom server address is, please visit https://zmailcloud.com/uncategorized/check-your-zmailcloud-server-address/
User Name: your full zMailCloud email address
Password: your password

Your CalDAV account should be successfully connected once selecting Next. If you need further assistance, please submit a ticket.

How to install zMailCloud’s server certificate on Android devices

Written by Jay Cihla on . Posted in Configuring Mobile Devices

Some Android devices experience problems when accepting zMailCloud’s SSL certificate when setting up accounts as Exchange/ActiveSync.

Solution:

You can install zMailCloud’s certificate on your device by downloading and clicking on the certificate at https://server.zmailcloud.com/ (on your computer’s web browser (Firefox recommended) > More Info. > Security > View Certificate > Details > Export. Once that’s exported you can install our certificate on your device by plugging it into your computer & following these steps:

1.Place certificate file onto the sdcard/download folder.

2. Go to Settings -> Security & Privacy -> Install from SD Card & try setting up your zMailCloud account as an Exchange/ActiveSync account once more on your device.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please submit a ticket.

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