|| On the
Home Screen, open Settings. Select Mail, Contacts,
||1. Choose Add Account...
down and select Other
Add Mail Account
Enter Name (by preference), Address (this
is your email address), Password (this is your email account
password), and Description (by preference). Choose
IMAP or POP. You
cannot change existing accounts from IMAP to POP or vice-versa. If you
decide to change, you will need to set up the alternate account type from
6. Populate the Incoming Mail Server:
- RECOMMENDED SETTINGS
->For POP on SSL or IMAP set up, enter to correct Host Name for your account. It will be something like mailX.prohosting.com where the X should be replaced with the correct server number for your account. Do not use mailX.prohosting.com for the Host Name, it will not work.
The correct mail server or Host Name can be found by
visiting the Email Setup Info section of the Netadmin control panel. If you do
not have access, you should be able to consult your administrator/account owner for this information,
or contact ProHosting. Incoming Port: 995(POP) 993(IMAP). Outgoing Port: 465.
- For POP without SSL, your Host Name can be set to mail.yourdomain.com. Incoming
Port: 110. Outgoing Port: 587.
7. User Name is
your FULL email address (make sure the whole email address is
entered). Password will be filled from previous screen.
Populate the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) section. Host
is same as in step 6.
Name and Password will use same as incoming if not
entered, though sometimes we've found the iPhone doesn't always pass this
information through correctly, and must be manually entered in this
10. Choose Save
11. iPhone may take time to verify
your account (now and at other times). This can take a while. Let it
iPhone may prompt that it cannot connect using SSL. We recommend using SSL
(choose No). If you do not plan on using SSL, click Yes.
These settings can all be modified later.
13. You may have to click
Save again. iPhone may prompt that this account may not be able
to send or receive email. Click Save
Your account is created, but you might
need to ake some changes. Click on Your Domain Account (the
on step 4). Scroll down and select SMTP.
Choose your SMTP for this account (Primary
|| 16. The User Name and Password fields indicate that they are optional,
but these are REQUIRED fields in order to send mail through our servers.
If using SSL (RECOMMENDED)
, make sure SSL is set to ON and set Server
Port to 465. If not using SSL, make sure SSL is set to OFF
and set Server Port
to 587. Choose
Done . Choose Your Domain Account to go back
to main account page. Choose Advanced (see image in step 12).
If using SSL (RECOMMENDED),
make sure SSL is set to ON and set Server Port to
993. If not using SSL, make sure SSL is set to OFF and set
Server Port to 110. Choose Your Domain Account
to go back to main account page. Click
Done. Your email account should now be ready for use.