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Setting up your iPhone Mail with Screenshots
Posted by Dennis Ganchingco, Last modified by Dennis Ganchingco on 01 February 2011 01:27 PM
Setting up your iPhone to be able to access your ISP or ATU email address is very easy. Just follow the screenshots below.

Firstly go to Settings.

Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars option.

Select Add Account...

Go ahead and select Other

Then select Add Mail Account

You will end up on this screen

Go ahead and enter your Name, Email address, Password and Description and click Next

Then your iphone will start to look the account up

Start entering the Incoming Mail Server details as follows:

Host Name: or (this corresponds on your email address)
User Name: (the first bit of your email address before the @ sign)
Password: (already entered in)

Depending on how you are going to connect your iPhone to the internet, the setting that you enter in the Host Name for the Outgoing Mail Server will correspond with the connection.

If you will are going to rely on your mobile carrier's Internet connection then they should have given you their Host Name for the Outgoing Mail Server. But if you are using a WIFI connection that is using ISP's Internet connection then enter the following:

Host Name: or (this corresponds on your email address)

Then click Next

The following screen will pop up and it may take up to 5 minutes to complete. So please have patience.

You may get the following error popup during the verification process, it is important that you select Continue.

You might also see an prompt like below. If you do just select Yes and wait patiently for an outcome.

If you have entered everything correctly, then you will get a screen like this. Just press Save to save the settings.

Then you're done.

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