Setup email on iPhone

In order to setup your email on iPhone, follow the next steps:

1. Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Then tap Add Account, tap Other, then tap Add Mail Account.
2. Enter your name, email address, password, and a description for your account.
3. Tap Next. Mail will try to find the email settings and finish your account setup. If Mail finds your email settings, tap Done to complete your account setup.
If Mail can't find your email settings, you need to enter them manually. After you enter your email address and password, tap Next, then follow these steps:
4. Choose IMAP or POP for your new account. If you aren't sure which one to choose, contact your email provider.
5. Enter the information for Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server: mail.yourdomainhere
6. You must ensure that Authentication is set to "PASSWORD"
7. The default SMTP port is 25. If it is blocked use port 8889. Please refer to the ports info below. If you want to use SSL email edit the Incoming, Outgoing server and the ports using the ones below.
8. If your email settings are correct, tap Save to finish. If the email settings are incorrect, you'll be asked to edit them.

Mail server addresses and port numbers

SMTP server address - mail.yourdomainhere, port 25, you can use port 8889 if your ISP blocked port 25
POP server address - mail.yourdomainhere, port 110
IMAP server address - mail.yourdomainhere, port 143
Email servers IP's: or

If you want to use SSL email:
SMTP port: 465 (SSL)
POP3 Port: 995 (SSL)
IMAP port: 993 (SSL)

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