How to setup email on an Android phone

If you would like to check email on your Android phone, you will need to setup a mail profile and enter your server settings.  Please go through the following steps to configure it.

1. On your Android phone, tap Menu > Settings > Add Account
2. Enter your email address and password, as shown below:



3. Press Manual Setup
4. Select IMAP, as shown below:



5. Enter the following Incoming Mail Server settings, as shown below:

    Username: Enter your email address (e.g. user@mydomain.com)
    Password: Enter your email password
    IMAP Server: (Please submit a support request if you need this information.)
    Port: 993
    Security Type: SSL (Accept all certificates)
    IMAP Path Prefix: Optional



6. Press Next
7. Enter the following Outgoing Mail Server settings, as shown below:

    SMTP Server: (Please submit a support request if you need this information.)
    Port: 587    
    Security Type: SSL (Accept all certificates)
    Require Sign In: Enabled
    Username: Enter your email address (e.g. user@mydomain.com)
    Password: Enter your email password



8. Press Next
9. Enter your email checking frequency, as shown below:



10. Press Next
11. Enter an Account Name and a Display Name (Your Name), as shown below:



12. Press Done

Congratulations, you have setup mail on your Android phone!

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