EMAIL SET UP HELP
Email Syncing is one of the biggest problem when you are in a company and your company has a corporate email. It does not have an automatic configuration in an android device, you either set up POP3 or IMAP or a HEX -Microsoft hosted exchange. Let's see first the differences
POP3: sends it to the device you were able to access it to
IMAP: You are reading from the server, can be accessed by multiple gadgets.
HEX: servers are administered and maintained by the company I.T. department ( I don't prefer to have this.. DAMMIT! IT!)
So it just matters on what type of access you want. It can be limited or vastly accessible. OK lets go to the set up of an email. Normally in an android device, one you have selected the option to use the corporate email, it will detect a manual set up. I'll give a few insights with an email.
when you are going to set it up, it only matters for the incoming and outgoing server and the port number. Normally it will be auto detected for the port number but for the email. Normally an incoming server is mail.domain.ext (*ext is the extension whether .com or .net etc) and the port number is provided and the outgoing should be good also. just remember your email address is the whole USER ID for the email and remember the password. in case that you want to test setting up an email using the email option, you can use this test email.
DOMAIN NAME: PINKTIKBALANG.COM (yup my domain)
TEST EMAILS: email@example.com
so try the email option in your phone and try to use this test mail
incoming server: mail.pinktikbalang.com
outgoing server: smtp.pinktikbalang.com
TRY POP3 and IMAP, it is capable
You can try to use that email to practice set up of email. You can also always delete an email in the list (if you have multiple emails,). Deletion of the email account is under the MENU button and select settings and there'll be option to deleted. PLS DONT SEND SPOOF EMAILS TO OTHER. That Email is a test email. :)
*don't change the port settings it is on autodetect.
**please use common sense. emails are sent via internet connection, you need internet connection
THINGS TO KNOW:
-if server error shows up, please have the email troubleshooted by your email provider. They have resyncing and reindexing for server errors.
-port information is provided by email provider
-Latency may not be due to the phone but now on another case.
-try K9-MAIL for the email services that you want to sync.
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