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The following set up instructions should work on just about any version of Android, but the graphics and wording may vary slightly.
Before starting you should have the following information at hand:
If you do not have this information at hand please contact us before you start.
From your home screen you will notice an email icon, click on it.
If this is your first account, you will be directed to start the installation.
If you already have an account there click on the setting button (physical button outside of the screen) and select add new account.
Simply fill in your email address and password. Click next to let the phone search for the settings or click manual setup if you wish to enter your settings manually.
The easiest option is to select next and see if the phone can find your settings but it seems to guess more than detect and is often wrong, it is therefore important you verify the information prefilled for you on the next steps.
The phone will then ask you what type of account you are using, select pop 3
You will then be shown the settings either detected by the phone, make sure the username is your full email address and not only anything before the @ (if this is the username you were given).
Also ensure the pop3 server is correct, this would be the same as your incoming mail server and is generally mail.yourdomain.ie.
I will leave the rest of the options as presented and click next.
The next screen will ask me to verify my outgoing mail server.
I will be using our own outgoing mail server but it is also possible to use your ISP outgoing server.
You may need to check the port with your service provider, on many servers the settings are 110 for the port but often the phone will add another port there.
I will also untick the require sign in button which is not required on this account.
You are nearly done. Simply select how often you want the phone to check for new emails and click next.
On the final screen you will be asked to fill in your account name and give it a display name: