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Setup Your iPhone 3G/3GS

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If you would like to setup your iPhone to work with nsMail; simply follow the instructions in the link (.pdf) below. Within a matter of minutes, you will be all set to receive nsMail or nsMail Pro through your iPhone. If you would like to see a video step by step click here.

Get Started Using nsMail with Your iPhone

 

1.     On your iphone home screen tap the settings icon

2.     Tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars

3.     Tap on Add Account

4.     Tap on Other

5.     Enter this information:

6.     Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of your outgoing messages.

7.     Email Address: Enter your full mail address (e.g., john@example.com).

8.     Password: Enter your password.

9.     Enter in a description of this account

10.   Tap Save

11.   Tap POP tab

12.   Tap Incoming Mail Server

13.   Enter this information:

1.     For your Incoming mail server (POP3): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.example.com)

14.   User Name: Enter your full email address

15.   Password: Enter your password

16.   Scroll down and enter this information

17.   For your Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type "smtp." followed by your domain name (e.g. smtp.example.com)

18.   User Name: Enter your full email address

19.   Password: Enter your password

20.   Tap Save

21.   If a screen comes up that says “Do you want to try setting up the account without SSL: Tap No

22.   Tap Save

23.   Tap Save

24.   Tap on your email account

25.   Tap on SMTP

26.   Tap on the Primary Server box

27.   Tap on the button with the Use SSL to turn it off

1.     Tap on the server port and Change your outgoing server setting to 2525 or 587

28.   Tap the SMTP tab in the upper left to go back

29.   Tap the name you have given the account tab in the upper left to go back

30.   Tap the advanced box

31.   Tap on the button with the Use SSL to turn it off

32.   Make sure the Server Port is 110, if not please enter it

33.   Tap the name you have given the account tab in the upper left to go back

34.   Tap the mail tab in the upper left corner to go back to you mail settings

35.   Push the home button to finish

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