The strategies in this post help you to solve the can’t connect to Exchange. Please try later error.
With reading, looks to be a DNS issue that the Auto-discovery is not working correctly (my guess). Workaround offered is to set up the DNS by hand. Once I did, my meetings appeared on Skype.
Here is what steps I did for setting up manually on the Android. The same steps worked for my iPhone.
- Go into Settings -> Exchange and HTTP Proxy are the 2 items that need to be updated.
- Open “Exchange“
- Turn off the “Auto-Detect Server“
- Type in Outlook.office365.com as the Exchange Web Services
- Open HTTP Proxy. Fill in the Domain information (techieberry) and the UPN as users name and LAN Password. Exit out of settings to the main screen.
- Wait a few minutes for the “Sign into your exchange account” message to appear.
- Click on the message. Type in your SMTP for both your User name and Email address.
- Type in your LAN password. Select OK.
- And now my meetings appear.
Now you know how to solve can’t connect to exchange. Please try later error in Android and iPhone.
I would encourage you to perform the autodiscover test if the above steps fail.
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