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How To Setup Galaxy S Phone To Check Your Email

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In this tutorial we will show you how to set up your Samsung Galaxy to check and send email.

Make sure you have created your email address in the Hosting Manager or Plesk for Windows Hosting, before setting it up on your Samsung Galaxy device.

If you have, then continue below.

 

Setting Up Galaxy S

These are the steps you need to follow to set up your Galaxy S phone to check your email:

  1. On the front screen click the Email icon. If you cannot find it, select the Applications icon in the lower right corner and locate it.



     
  2. If this is the first time you have set up an email you will see two fields. Enter your email address and password and then select Manual setup.

    If you have an email already set up you will need to click on the top far right menu (the 3 dots) and select Settings then select Manage accounts and then click the + button.



     
  3. The next screen will give you 3 options: POP3 Account, IMAP Account, or Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. Most people with a mobile device choose IMAP as it will be able to synchronise to other devices that check the email too.



     
  4. On the next screen, you need to fill in various fields with your name, server and login information.




    Below is a description of the fields:

    FOR IMAP
    User Name Enter your full email address.
    Password Enter the password you use for this email address.
    IMAP Server Standard settings are mydomain.com (Replace mydomain.com with your actual domain).
    Security Type This is the type of security the phone uses to connect to the mail server. Unless you require a specific setup we recommend the default setting None.
    Port The phone will connect using the default port number 143.
    Delete email from server Select Never if you want to leave a copy of your email on the server or select When I delete from inbox which will leave a copy of the email on the server unless deleted from your phone's inbox.


    FOR POP3
    User Name Enter your full email address.
    Password Enter the password you use for this email address.
    POP3 Server Standard settings are mail.mydomain.com (Replace mydomain.com with your actual domain).
    Security Type This is the type of security the phone uses to connect to the mail server. Unless you require a specific setup we recommend the default setting None.
    Port The phone will connect using the default port number 110.
    Delete email from server Select Never if you want to leave a copy of your email on the server or select When I delete from inbox which will leave a copy of the email on the server unless deleted from your phone's inbox.

     
  5. After completing the setup information select Next to continue.
  6. In Account Options, choose these options:



     
  7. Click Next.
  8. If you reach this point, it means all the information you entered in the previous screens is all correct.




    Here is the information you need to enter:
     
    Give this account a name (Optional) Enter your full email address.
    Your name (Displayed on outgoing message) This is the name your mail will be shown as coming from.

     
  9. Select Done.
 

Congratulations! You have added your email account to your Samsung Galaxy phone. You should now be able to use it to manage your email account.

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