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)
Note: Not all Android screens look the same. This tutorial will utilize the stock e-mail app that comes with Android.
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.
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.
- Password is the password associated with the email address.
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.
Step 1: Open your Outlook mobile app from your smartphone.
Step 2: Click the get started option.
Step 3: Now your go to configure the 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 ( nick name ). And click the tick option.
Step 7: In case your facing any error after click the tick option. Provide the server name as mail.yourdomain
Step 8: After provide the server name disable advanced settings then click the tick option.