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Published On: Tue, Jun 18th, 2013

Setting up email on Android

In the post called „Setting up email on Android“ we are going to explain how to configure email on your phone.  Whether you use Google’s Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft’s Hotmail or any other, all of your information and notifications will be available with a single click. The advantages of this method of reading and sending your e-mails are numerous: simplicity and clarity of the overview, speed, time saving and accessibility.

The email application also gives you the option of automatically configuring multiple accounts, so do not worry if you have accounts both on Google and, for example, Yahoo. It is sufficient to simply enter only the basic details of your account and the application completes server settings and synchronization by itself. In order to properly configure and connect your email account with your phone, you should first find the email application on your mobile device.

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Simply click on the icon and enter the application.

Set up email requires you to insert correct data. Enter your Email and password.

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When you finish with inserting that data, click on next.

Now we are stationed in the Account Options, which is just about halfway through the configuration. You are going to be asked a couple of things here (Peak schedule, Off – peak schedule, Sync Email, etc.).

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Adjust the settings by your own preferences and then click on next.

The last step you are required to complete is entering the account name and display name.

For example, if your email is example@example.com, enter that in the first box, and choose your name, surname, nickname, company name or something similar for your display name.

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Tap on the „Done“ button to finish the process.

This completes syncing your email account with your phone. From now on, you are able to read and/or send all your emails by clicking on the email application with just one move of your finger.

If you would like to add another account, all you have to do is repeat the procedure once again. Click on the application, go to Settings>Add new account and enter the information for your new account.

If you encounter any problems while synchronizing your email, below are the server settings for your email account.

Setting up email on Android – Gmail server settings

Gmail Incoming  settings & Gmail Outgoing settings

Gmail Incoming  settings

Username – example@example.com
Pass – xxxxxxxx
IMAP server – imap.gmail.com
Security type – SSL
Port – 993
IMAP path prefix – Optional

Gmail Outgoing settings

SMTP server – smtp.gmail.com
Security type – SSL
Port – 465
Require sign-in – yes
User name – xample@example.com
Pass – xxxxxxxx

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Setting up email on Android – Yahoo mail server settings

Yahoo mail Incoming settings & Yahoo mail Outgoing settings

Yahoo mail Incoming settings

Username – example@example.com
Pass – xxxxxxxx
IMAP server – imap.mail.yahoo.com
Security type – SSL
Port – 993
IMAP path prefix – Optional

Yahoo mail Outgoing settings

SMTP server – smtp.mail.yahoo.com
Security type – SSL
Port – 465
Require sign-in – yes
User name – xample@example.com
Pass – xxxxxxxx

Incoming-and-outgoing-yahoo-server-settings

 

Setting up email on Android – Outlook (hotmail) server settings

Outlook (hotmail) Incoming  settings & Outlook (hotmail) Outgoing settings

Outlook (hotmail) Incoming  settings

Username – example@example.com
Pass – xxxxxxxx
pop3 server – pop3.live.com
Security type – SSL
Port – 993
Delete email from server – Neverl

Outlook (hotmail) Outgoing settings

SMTP server – smtp.live.com
Security type – SSL
Port – 587
Require sign-in – yes
User name – xample@example.com
Pass – xxxxxxxx

Incoming-and-outgoing-outlook-server-settings

 Setting up email on android

 Setting up email on android

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