"HOW TO" ACCESS YOUR ENTERPRISE EMAIL (.MIL@MAIL.MIL) THROUGH AKO
here are a few things I tried to get this to work. Not sure what else to attempt... I sat there for about an hour trying to figure this out. Idk if its something super basic I'm missing or something beyond my control. But any help would be great. ty
Please go to this link for the most up to date version of this process: http://milcac.us/tweaks Keeping the guide up to date is much easier than this video. Configure Internet Explorer to work with CAC enabled websites including AKO and https://web.mail.mil
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Please Follow This Video From Beginning to end. If you skip through the Video Looking for the one thing you are missing, chances are this will not work for you. http://militarycac.com/ If you have Already done one of the steps, Do it Again to be safe. Before doing the Steps Please go into Your internet settings -advanced tab - Restore Advanced Settings and reset internet explorer settings. I included this later in the video. But decided you may want to do this before starting If you have already messed with the settings.
A demo on how to access Webmail (OWA) Link: https:exchange.mthservers.com
http://enterprise-email.org All Army AKO users who have a CAC should now be migrated to DISA's Enterprise Email. Users will no longer be able to access email via username / password. DISA mail uses Microsoft Exchange and requires 100% CAC use from the https://web.mail.mil Outlook Web App site. Email can be accessed with the Outlook Anywhere client on your local desktop or Outlook Web Access (OWA); NIPR OWA can be accessed from the NIPRNet and Internet. Basic Class Service � 512MB Mailbox. Business Class Service � 4GB mailbox with archiving. Message Size - Users can send messages up to 20MB
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Incoming Server: pop.us.army.mil Port: 995 (SSL) Outgoing Server: mailrouter.us.army.mil Port 465 (SSL) *You can still use smtp.us.army.mil as an outgoing server, BUT, it will keep popping up with that "Certificate cannot be verified" everytime you send. Reason being, the certificate is related to the "mailrouter" server on it, not smtp.
In this video, I walk you through enabling CAC on your Mac via CACKey and MilitaryCAC.com.