Setup Email Account on iPhone / iPad on iOS 7


The steps below explain how you can configure and setup email account on iPhone on iOS7. This tutorial assumes you have already created your email account in cPanel. Start the Settings app in iPhone and tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars. The screen will look like this after that:

Add Email Account in iPhone
Tap on Add Account and then tap on Other as shown below:

Other Email Account
On the next screen tap on Add Mail Account:

Add Mail Account
The screen will present you to type your name, email and password and short name for description.

New Email Account in iPhone

Tap Next to move to next screen.

New Account IMAP or POP
Now you have choice to Select IMAP or POP. With IMAP your emails will stay on the server and you can access them from other devices and computers. Continue with entering INCOMING MAIL SERVER

Host Name: You can find this in your cPanel under Configure Email Account screen.
User Name: This is your email address.
Password: This is your email password.

Incoming Mail Server for iPhone
After this move on to enter the OUTGOING MAIL SERVER information.

Outgoing Mail Server for iPhone
Host Name: You can find this in your cPanel under Configure Email Account screen.
User Name: This is your email address.
Password: This is your email password.

Tap Next to move to next screen.

Save Email Account in iPhone
Tap Save to save the email account settings on your iPhone. The phone will add the account:

Adding Account on iPhone

Now you can send and receive emails from your iPhone. You can use the same exact settings on iPod or iPad.

If for some reason you are unable to send email from iPhone, please make sure that you have configured SMTP authentication and using SSL connection. To check the settings, start the Settings app, tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Tap on your email account from the list. Tap on Account. Tap on SMTP under OUTGOING MAIL SERVER. Tap on the PRIMARY SERVER. Make sure it is active and is similar to this screen below with Use SSL selected, Server Port set to 465 or 587, and Authentication is Password.

Outgoing Mail Server Settings Check in iPhone
Enjoy your business email account on your iOS devices on the go.

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