This tutorial will show you how to set up an POP3 Email account.
Step 1 – Select the email tab.
Step 2– After selecting the email tab, you will then need to enter your full email address and your correct password. Then select manual setup – which would be on the right hand side of the screen.
Step 3 – it will then ask you on what type of account you would like to have. You can either choose between POP3 and IMAP. The main difference between the two is that the POP3 protocol assumes that there is only one client connected to the mailbox.
In contrast, the IMAP protocol allows simultaneous access by multiple clients. IMAP is suitable for you if your mailbox is about to be managed by multiple users. Click on POP3.
Step 4 – You willl then need to configure your incoming server settings. Firstly, you will need to enter your username and password. You will need to ensure that these are both correct. You will then need to replace “POP3” with “mail” in the POP3 server text box and then choose next.
Step 5– It will then check the incoming server settings, it will produce an error if any of these settings are incorrect, which would usually be either the username or password.
Step 6 – You will then need to configure your outgoing server settings. For this section, the “smtp server” will be different depending on your mobile network provider.
Step 7 – For the port, you can use 587(Default), if this doesn’t work try port 25 which I have used for this tutorial.
Step 8 – Uncheck Require sign-in then choose next.
Step 9 – It will then check the outgoing server settings, it will produce an error if any of these settings aee incorrect.
Step 10 – When coming to the next screen, these settings are for your own preferences and can be changed later on when you set up the email. Then choose next.
Step 11- Your almost there. You will then need to enter a display name for your email.
Step 12 – When clicking next – it will then start to sync with your email account and after a few minutes, your emails will then start appearing soon on the screen.
Step 13 – Your emails should now started to come through, and now your emails have been successfully set up.