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Email Setup & Modify - iOS 7

by tciil — last modified Mar 08, 2017 02:29 PM
  1. The purpose of this page is to describe how to set up a new email account to work with OlympusNet email servers, and to modify or correct the settings in an already existing account.
  2. Select Settings from the Home screen.                                                                         
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  3. Touch Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
    a. if you are modifying settings, touch the account name you want to modify, and scroll through the setting options to the field that needs to be modified. Step 6 shows how to modify the Outgoing Server settings.
    b. if you are setting up a new account, click Add Account (email), then click Other on the list of optional email service types.
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  4. On the New Account screen, fill in your Name, Address (full email address) and email Password in the appropriate fields and touch Save. In the Description field the full email address is the best description if you have more than one account.
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  1. Select IMAP or POP, as desired. IMAP is usually preferred for peripheral devices.
    Scroll down to Incoming Mail Server.
  2. For the Incoming Mail Server, follow the text below and enter the appropriate data for your account in the fields marked by red rectangle in the screenshot below. (Name, address and description carry over from previous entries.)
    1. For olympus.net email (janedoe@olympus.net):
      • Enter mail.userservices.net in the Incoming Mail Server field
    2. For email in your own domain (sally@example.com):
      • Post-Migration: Enter mailc11.megamailservers.com in the Incoming Mail Server field
      • Pre-Migration: Enter mail.example.com in the Incoming Mail Server field
  3. In the User Name field enter your full email address, and the password for it in the Password field.
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  4. Scroll down to Outgoing Mail Server. Follow the text below for the appropriate settings for your account and enter them into the fields.
    a. For olympus.net email (janedoe@olympus.net):
    • Enter mail.userservices.net in the Incoming Mail Server field
    b. For email in your own domain (sally@example.com):
    • Post-Migration: Enter mailc11.megamailservers.com in the Incoming Mail Server field
    • Pre-Migration: Enter mail.example.com in the Incoming Mail Server field
  5. In the User Name field enter your full email address, and the password for it in the Password field. Touch Save when finished typing.
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  6. To modify your Outgoing Server settings, scroll down to Outgoing Mail Server and touch the arrow or the server name in the SMTP field. Left screenshot below.
  7. The Primary Server should show the name you touched in step 9. Now touch the arrow to the right of the name where it says On. Right screenshot below.
    smtp.jpg  primaryServer.jpg
  8. In the new dialog box the Server shows it is on. Follow the text below to enter the correct data for your account. The screenshots appear below.
    a. For olympus.net email (janedoe@olympus.net):
    • Enter mail.userservices.net in the Host Name field
    b. For email in your own domain (sally@example.com):
    • Enter mailc11.megamailservers.com in the Host Name field
    c. For all account types
    • Enter your full email address in the User Name field
    • Enter the password that goes with the email address
    • Use SSL should be ON
    • Authentication should show the option Password beside it.  If it does not, click on the arrow to the right of the word Authentication and select Password so it it check-marked, then go back a screen. 
    • The Server Port should be 587.
    • Then click Done or Save in the upper right corner.
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  9. Close Mail settings and return to the desktop. Click Mail, and test by sending an email to your own email address.