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Apple Mail for iOS

1

Using the Safari browser (other browsers won't work) on your iPhone or iPad, download the Hermes Connection Profile. Click 'Allow' to confirm the download and 'Close' when the 'Profile downloaded' window appears.

 

 2

Open 'Settings', then tap 'General', and scroll down to and tap 'Profile'. Then tap the Hermes profile.

 

3

Check the details and tap 'Install' in the top right corner, and then 'Install' again.

 

4

Enter your full name.

 

5

Enter your full @cam email address in the format CRSid@cam.ac.uk, for example:

Then tap 'Next'.

 

6

Enter your CRSid when asked for a username. Then tap 'Next'.

 

7

Enter your Hermes password (usually your Raven password) when asked for a password. Then tap 'Next'.

 

8

Enter your CRSid when asked for a username. Tap 'Next'.

 

9

You'll see a confirmation that the profile has been installed. Tap 'Done'.

 

Removing the profile

If you need to remove profile at some point in the future, simply open 'Settings', go to 'General' and 'Profile'. Then select 'Hermes' and tap 'Remove profile' and 'Remove' to confirm.

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