Email account setup on Android 4.x.x (Jelly Bean and ICS) (SMTP/IMAP/POP3)

Email account setup on Android 4.x.x (Jelly Bean and ICS) (SMTP/IMAP/POP3)

 

In order to configure your  Email email account on your Android device, perform the following steps: 

1. Locate your Email application: 



We will use a test email account test@nctutorial.com to show you what to do. 
Before proceeding with the email account setup, you need to make sure that you have created a mailbox that is to be added. 

2. Fill in your email address and password



3. Click Next and select the type of protocol (POP3 or IMAP). 

4. The following steps will guide you thorugh the process of IMAP account set-up.
You will need to indicate the following fields: 

Your username and password should have been already filled in the corresponding fields. 
IMAP server: mail.privateemail.com 
Port: use port 143 for non-SSL connection 




5. Click on Next to proceed. 

6. Indicate the following fields to set up POP3 account: 

Your username and password should have been already filled in the corresponding fields. 
POP3 server: mail.privateemail.com 
Port: use port 110 for non-SSL connection 

It is also possible to choose whether to delete e-mail from the server when it gets deleted from Inbox or not: 





7. Click on Next to proceed. 

8. Indicate the Outgoing Server settings: 

Your username and password should have been already filled in the corresponding fields. 
SMTP server: mail.yourdomain.name 
Port: 26

Note, that Require sign-in option should be checked

Or use port  (26 ) for non-SSL connection. 
Note, that Require sign-in option should be checked



9. Click on Next to proceed. 

10. You will be able to indicate the following settings: 

  • Inbox checking frequency
  • Whether to set up this email account as default or not
  • Notifications when email arrives
  • Sync of emails for this account
  • Whether to download attached files when connected to Wi-Fi or not


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11. Click on Next to proceed. 

12. You may assign a name to your email account in the following way: 



13. Click on Next to finish the set-up. 
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