Configuring E-Mail in Android Phones
Password = This is the same password used to access your e-mail account.
Incoming Server = mail.domainname.com (insert your domain where it is highlighted) If you prefer to use POP, please see step 8 on page 5.
Outgoing Server (SMTP) = smtp.domainname.com (insert your domain name where it is highlighted)
Step 1: Open your Outlook mobile app from your smartphone.
Step 2: Click the get started option.
Step 3: Now you go to configure your own domain email id so skip your google account.
Step 4: Enter your valid email ID on add account section
Step 5: Now your email account is verification is going on.
Step 6: Once the verification is gets completed then provide the password and description ( nickname ). And click the tick option.
Step 7: In case you're facing any error after clicking the tick option. Provide the server name as mail.yourdomain
Step 8: After providing the server name disable advanced settings then click the tick option.
Note: Not all Android screens look the same. This tutorial will utilize the stock e-mail app that comes with Android.
Step 4: Click the “+” icon located to the left of the trash icon.
If you would like to use POP3, choose POP3 account.
- For IMAP server, input imap.domainname.com, where the highlighted portion is your own domain name.
- Security type should automatically be set to None.
- Port should automatically be set to 143.
- IMAP path prefix is not necessary.
- If you chose POP3 account in the previous step, input pop.domainname.com. In the POP server field, the port will automatically be set to 110.
Step 9: For SMTP server, input mail.domainname.com, where the highlighted portion is your own domain name.
- Port should be set to 587.
- Require sign-in is checked.
- Username is your e-mail address.
- The password is the password associated with the email address.
Step 10: It will take several seconds to check the outgoing server settings. After that screen, you will be able to configure how often your e-mail syncs and other settings.