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Setup Android Hosting

Quick and easy tutorial on how to setup Android your Email App with your Hosting email account. Hosting email settings for Android devices.

Android Email settings for Samsung, HTC, Sony, Nexus and many others are very similar so our guide should easily adapt to any android device.

Android Email

This email setup guide is also available for other devices like PC, Mac, Iphone, etc. Just choose your option in our menu.


These are the most common settings BUT you should ONLY use the ones provided by your Hosting service.

Incoming server settings (POP3): mail.yourwebsite.com | port 110 | security type: None
But in it can also be mail.anotherserver.com | port 995 | security type: SSL (Accept all certificates)

Outgoing server settings (SMTP): mail.yourwebsite.com | port 587 | security type: None
But in it can also be mail.anotherserver.com | port 465 | security type: SSL (Accept all certificates)
Requires sign-in with your username (your email) and password (provided by your hosting provider)

Never delete emails from server BUT ONLY IF you frequently use a computer to also check your emails!
use your phone as your only email device!

When you check/download your emails into your phone you are just receiving a copy of those emails.
The original emails are kept on your hosting account waiting to be deleted.
Since there is no option to delete emails from server after you download them, they will just keep piling up.
Your hosting account will run out of space in no time and your email service will stop working.
A computer downloads and keeps your emails only in your hard drive. You will never run out of space!
ALSO, if you lose, drop and damage, or even update your phone, you will lose your emails forever.
A computer has no such risks and you are also able to backup your emails.

Imagine this is you:
Your name: Peter Smith
Your company: TechSmith
You website: www.techsmith.com
Your email: info@techsmith.com


Step One

Open your default email App, insert your email and password but then choose manual settings.

If this is not the first email account your adding, you need to find something like an Add Account option. Search for a settings or options button and it will then be easy to find that option.


Step Two

Choose the POP account type.


Step Three

Insert your data as the following picture:


Step Four

Insert your data as the following picture:


Step Five

Use Sync schedule to choose the frequency you want your app to check for new emails.
It is best if you check the Sync email and Notify options.

If the Peak schedule option is available just leave it default.


Step Six

Give your account a name and then choose the name you want to be displayed on your emails.


Setup your email in more devices: