Mobile Support

Blackboard Mobile Application

The Blackboard Mobile application is now available for LMU faculty and students.

Click here to go to the Blackboard web site to download for your device.

The current list of supported devices are:

Here are some of the things you can do with Blackboard Mobile Learn:


Assignment due? Class cancelled? This is the place where instructors go to post the news students need to know. Students have instant, on-the-go access to the latest announcements, and instructors can post announcements anywhere, anytime.


The Discussion Board is a key course communication tool for engaging students and promoting learning. It's the place students ask and answer questions, and where instructors can respond to one student for the benefit of all. With Blackboard Mobile Learn, instructors and students can review and post to threaded discussions, as well as create new threads, all while on the go.


Want to know how you did on the midterm or your last homework assignment? Students can view their grades right here.


Read blog posts and interact with classmates by posting comments on their blogs or responding to comments on your own.


Help students track and manage the progress of various tasks, from turning in homework assignments to reminders to pick up a midterm or purchase a textbook. Tasks allow students to mark when they've started a project, when it's in progress, and when complete.


Wondering who's in your class? With the class roster, you can quickly see your full class list, making organizing study groups a whole lot easier.


Students can access music, videos and images uploaded by their instructors and experience directly from their mobile devices using the appropriate media-specific software.


Read and reflect on your Journal posts and those of your classmates. Both students and instructors can comment on Journals.

How do I set up Exchange On An Android Or Droid Device?

1. From the Applications menu, select Email.

2. Type your full email address, for example, and your password.

3. If you would like this to be your default email account on your mobile phone, check the box marked Send email from this account by default.

4. Select Next.

5. Select Exchange account.

6. Enter the following account information and select Next.

Domain\Username - Use the domain\username format, for example\

Password - Use the password that you use to access your account.

Exchange Server - Use the address of your Exchange server.

      If you are a student, use

      If you are an employee, use

7. As soon as your phone verifies the server settings, the options you can set up from the Account Options screen will include the following:

Email checking frequency - The default value is Automatic (push). When you select this option, email messages will be sent to your phone as they arrive. We recommend only selecting this option if you have an unlimited data plan.

Amount to synchronize - This is the amount of mail you want to keep on your mobile phone. You can choose from several length options, including One day, Three days, and One week.

Notify me when email arrives - If you select this option, your mobile phone will notify you when you receive a new email message.

Sync contacts from this account - If you select this option, your contacts will be synchronized between your phone and your account.

8. Select Next and then enter a name for this account and the name you want displayed when you send email to others. Select Done to complete the email setup and start using your account.

How do I set up Exchange on my Blackberry?

1. Open Email Settings on the BlackBerry smartphone.

2. Click Set up another email account.

3. Choose Other from the list of options.

4. Enter the Email Address and Email Password, then click Continue. For the email as an example, use

5. If the BlackBerry Inernet Service indicates that there was a problem, select I will provide the settings.

6. Select Outlook Web Access (Exchange).

7. Enter the Outlook Web Access URL, User name and Mailbox name, then press Continue. (For more information on mailbox names, read the note below.)

   E-mail address This is your full e-mail access, for example
   Password This is the password for your e-mail account.
   Outlook Web Access URL

      If you are a student, use

      If you are an employee, use

   If Applicable, Select the Server requires encrypted (SSL) connection box.

   User name Use the domain\username format, for example\

   Mailbox Name You can leave this blank.

How do I set up Exchange On An iPhone, iPad, Or iPod Touch?

1. If this is the first e-mail account on your iPhone, tap Mail. Otherwise, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account.

2. Tap Microsoft Exchange.

3. Tap in the E-mail box and enter your full e-mail address, for example,

4. Tap in the Username box and enter your Username, for example john.doe

5. Tap in the Password box and enter your password.

6. Optionally, tap in the Description box and enter a short description for the account.

7. Tap Next on the upper right corner of the screen.

8. Tap in the Server box and enter your server name and then tap Next.

      If you are a student, use

      If you are an employee, use

9. For the Domain field, please use the following information:

      If you are a student, use lmunet

      If you are an employee, use

10. Tap Next.

11. Choose the type of information you want to synchronize. By default, Mail, Calendar, and Contacts are all turned on. To turn off synchronization for a type of information, tap and slide the switch to OFF.

12. Tap Save.

13. If you're prompted to create a new passcode, tap Continue and enter a numeric passcode. You'll need to enter the passcode twice.

If you tap Close, you'll need to configure your passcode in the iPhone Settings application before you can view your information on your iPhone.

How Do I Set Up Exchange For Windows Mobile?

1. If this is the first e-mail account you've set up on the phone, tap the E-mail tile on the phone's home screen and skip to step 4. If this is not the first e-mail account you've set up on the phone, swipe left from the home screen.

2. Tap Settings and then tap E-mail and Accounts.

3. Tap Add an Account and select Outlook.

4. Enter your e-mail address and password and tap Sign In. Windows Phone will try to configure your e-mail account automatically. If configuration completes successfully, skip to step 7.

5. If your e-mail account can't be configured automatically, tap Advanced Setup. You'll need to enter the following information:

   E-mail address This is your full e-mail access, for example
   Password This is the password for your e-mail account.
   User name This is your full e-mail address, for example
   Domain This is the part of your e-mail address after the @ sign, for example

      If you are a student, use

      If you are an employee, use

   Select the Server requires encrypted (SSL) connection box.

6. Tap Sign In.

7. Press OK when Exchange ActiveSync asks you if you want to enforce policies on your phone. Policies let you set a password on your mobile phone and use a remote device wipe to clear all data from your mobile phone in case the phone is lost or stolen.