Setting up your POP/IMAP email on your Android (mobile)

 

Incoming Mail Server

mail.yourdomain.tld (ex: mail.yourcompaniesname.co.za)

Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)

mail.yourdomain.tld (ex: mail.yourcompaniesname.co.za)

Incoming Port (IMAP)

143

Incoming Port (POP)

110

Outgoing Port (SMTP)

1025, 587, 25

Username

Your full email address

Password

Your password

To add your hosted email address to your Android device please follow these steps:


Step 1.
Open the Menu, then select System Settings. Select Accounts, then Add Account.

Step 2.
Enter your full email address next to the username, followed by the password for your email address.

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Step 3.
Select IMAP (recommended), or POP.

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Step 4.
Enter your email address next to the username again, followed by the password for your email address. Enter the server mail.yourdomain.tld (ex: mail.yourcompaniesname.co.za) followed by the port number (IMAP uses 143, POP uses 110). Ensure that the Security Type is None. You may enter Inbox in the IMAP Path Prefix. Click Next.

Android Email 3

Step 5.
For the SMTP Outgoing mail server enter mail.yourdomain.tld (ex: mail.yourcompaniesname.co.za) followed by the port number (1025, 587 or 25). Ensure that the Security Type is None then check the box next to Require Sign-In. Enter your email address next to the username followed by the password for your email address. Click Next.

Android Email 4

Your hosted email address has now been configured to your Android device. 

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