cPanel: Adding Email to Android

Steps To Add Your cPanel Email To Your Android

Step 1:  Find your Email Application icon and select it

Android Application Icon Image

 

Step 2:  Find your email icon and select

Android Application Email Icon Image

 

Step 3:  Type in your email address and email account password.  Afterwards, select Manual setup

Android Application Email Account Setup Image

 

Step 4:  Select IMAP from the list of account options

Android Email Account IMAP Image

 

Selecting POP 3 will download all of the current emails from the server, and delete the emails from the server when done.  This is not a recommended option if you are using email on multiple devices, such as your computer, tablet and your phone.

Step 5:  Enter in your account information.  This will include your email username, password, IMAP mail domain (typically mail.example.com) with port, and Security Type.  For Security Type, select SSL/TLS.

Android Email Account Image

 

Step 6:  Enter in your server information.  Enter in your SMTP information (typically mail.example.com), Security Type (select SSL/TLS), check Require Sign-in, username (Webmail email) and password (Webmail password).

Android Account Server Setup Image

 

Step 7:  Select your email preferences and tap Next

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Step 8:  Finish by naming your account and display names.  Tap Next when finished.

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Your Android Email should now be correctly configured to receive your cPanel emails on your Android device.

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