iPhone – How to setup your Pinkmail.org Email account on your iPhone.

June 3, 2014 0 Comments Categories: Blog, Email, Support
  • Apple iPhones

    Learn how to add an email account on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

    If you are having issues with Mail, please follow these troubleshooting steps first.

    Follow these steps to add an email account on your iOS device.

    1.Tap Settings:

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    2.Scroll down and tap Mail, Contacts, Calendar:

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    3.Tap Add Account:
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    4.Select your email provider:
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    If you don’t see your email provider listed, tap Other > Add Mail Account.

    Follow the onscreen steps and provide the required information to configure your account.

    To add more email accounts, repeat the above steps.

    Apple keeps a database of the most common email service providers. iOS will automatically configure those settings on your device during setup. If iOS does not configure the settings and you don’t know them, below are Pinkmail.org’s server settings for your use and reference:

    My Email settings
      My email address:  (your self-assigned email account - example:  jane@pinkmail.org)
      My email provider:  mail.pinkmail.org
    
    POP
    Incoming Mail Server Settings
      Account type (POP or IMAP):  POP
      Incoming Mail Server:  mail.pinkmail.org
      User Name:  (your self-assigned email account - example:  jane@pinkmail.org)
      Password:  (the same password you assigned to your pinkmail email account during signup)
      Incoming server port number:  110
      Incoming server supports SSL? (yes or no):  No.
    
    Outgoing Mail Server Settings
      Outgoing mail server:  mail.pinkmail.org
      User name:  (your self-assigned pinkmail email account - example:  jane@pinkmail.org)
      Password:  (the same password you assigned to your pinkmail email account during signup)
      Outgoing server port:  25
      Outgoing server supports SSL? (yes or no):  No.

    Important: Information about products not manufactured by Apple is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute Apple’s recommendation or endorsement. Please contact the vendor for additional information.

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