How to Easily Change Your iPhone Exchange Password

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Are you trying to change the password for your Exchange account on your iPhone? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Changing your Exchange password on an iPhone is a relatively straightforward process, and this blog post will walk you through how to do it step by step.

First, open the settings app on your iPhone. Tap “Passwords & Accounts” and then select “Exchange.” You should see a list of all the Exchange accounts that are currently set up on your device.

Next, tap the account for whch you would like to change the password. In this example, let’s say we want to change the password for our John Doe Exchange account.

When you select John Doe’s account, you will be taken to a “Account Settings” page. Scroll down until you see “Password” and tap it. You will be prompted to enter in your old password and then enter in a new one tice (to confirm). Once done, tap “Done” in the upper right corner of the screen.

And that’s it! Your new Exchange password has been successfully updated on your iPhone and is now ready for use. We hope this blog post has been helpful in showing you how to quickly and easily update an Exchange account password on an iPhone.

Viewing Exchange Password on an iPhone

Unfortunately, no, you cannot see your Exchange password on your iPhone. The built-in mail app does not allow you to view saved passwords and the only way to view them is if you had previously logged into the account using Safari and allowed Safari to save it. To keep your email account secure and protect your password, it is best not to save passwords in this way and instead use a secure password manager that stores the password securely.

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Changing Exchange Password on a Phone

To change your Exchange password on your phone, start by opening the Settings app. Under the Personal heading, tap Accounts and then select Exchange. Next, tap Account Settings and select the account for which you’d like to update the password. Scroll all the way down and tap Incoming Settings. Input your new password into the password field and tap Done. Your new password should now be saved and active for your Exchange account!

Resetting an Exchange Password

To reset your Exchange password, firt go to the login page and select the ‘Forgot Password?’ option. You’ll then need to verify your identity for security purposes. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be sent a verification code via email or SMS. Finally, enter this code on the login page and follow the instructions to reset your password.

Changing an Exchange Account on an iPhone

To change your Exchange account settings on your iPhone, open the Settings app and select Mail. From there, tap Accounts and select your Exchange account. Here, you can edit various settings such as the sync frequency, out-of-office replies, and more. To access advanced settings like SSL and S/MIME, tap your account name at the top of the screen. Once you have made all of the desired changes, be sure to save them before exiting.

Troubleshooting an IPhone That Keeps Asking for Exchange Account Password

This issue may be caused by several factors, such as an incorrect password, a server issue, or an authentication issue. The first step would be to ensure that you’re entering the correct password for your Exchange account. If you’re certain that your password is correct, then you may be experiencing a server issue. In this case, it’s best to contact your email provider and ask them if they’re experiencing any technical difficulties. If there are no server issues, then it’s lkely that there is an authentication issue. This means that the Exchange server is not properly authenticating your credentials when you try to access your mail. Again, in this situation it’s best to contact your email provider for help in resolving this problem.

Finding Exchange Password on iPhone with iOS 14

If you need to find the Exchange password for your iPhone running iOS 14, the best way to do it is by going to your Microsoft account online. From there, go to the “Security” tab and then click on “Advanced Security Options”. Scroll down to the “App Passwords” section and create an app password if you don’t already have one. Once you have an app password, open the Settings app on your iPhone and go to “Passwords & Accounts”. Select the Exchange account, delete it, and then re-add it by clicking “add account” and picking “Exchange”. When prompted for a uername and password, enter your Microsoft account email address as the username and enter your app password as the password. That should allow you to successfully log in.

Understanding the Exchange Account on an iPhone

The Exchange account on your iPhone is a work or school email account that is managed by a Microsoft Exchange Server or Microsoft 365. When you set up this Exchange account on your device, it stores your emails, contacts, calendars, and oher information from the server. This allows you to quickly access and keep track of important information from anywhere. It also helps keep your data secure, since it’s stored on the server rather than on your device.


In conclusion, changing an Exchange password on an iPhone can be done by accessing the account settings, entering the new password and selecting done. It is important to make sure that the correct account is selected when making changes and to verify your identity before resetting the password. Additionally, one can choose to access their Exchange account through their mail app or in the settings menu of their device. Following these steps will ensure that your new password is securely updated on your iPhone.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.