First register a domain name and get the best web hosting package for your business, and make sure the email service is active before proceeding. If you already have an active hosted email address which you would like to have setup on your Android mobile or tablet follow these Android Email Setup Instructions.
You can add email accounts from your cPanel under the Mail->Email Accounts, enter the Email, Password and Mailbox Quota. Make sure you use a strong password by using the password generator supplied and be sure to write it down somewhere safe.
Before you start the android email setup on your device make sure you have the following email account settings that you have configured or obtained from your hosting provider.
Your email account details may look something like this:
Incoming Server: mail.yourdomain.co.za
IMAP Port: 143
POP3 Port: 110
Outgoing Server: mail.yourdomain.co.za
SMTP Port: 587
Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.
Have these details details on hand when you are ready to start with the Android Email Setup Instructions. Domain Name Email Hosting is much more affordable nowadays allowing businesses to operate in a professional manner without using free email services like Gmail, Yahoo or Telkomsa. ( telkom email android setup )
How To Set Up an Email account on the android default email app:
- Open the android default email app on your device.
- Click on Settings in the Menu
- Then click + Add account and enter email address and password
- Click on Manual Setup
- Choose type of account POP3 account.
- Enter the Email Address as the username*
- Enter Incoming Server address as the POP3 server.
By default for some reason the android email client removes the full email address and only uses the part before the @ as the username. Most android email problems are for this reason alone.
Once you have completed these steps you should be able to send outgoing emails and receive incoming emails. You can test the email account by sending a test email to the configured email address.