Htc one mini-manual email setup


Find out how to manually set up email on your HTC One Mini, just follow these simple steps.

Before you proceed remember to make sure your internet is working, if not please refer to the internet setup guide.

  • Open the Applications list.
  • Tap Mail.
  • Select what type of account: POP3, IMAP or Exchange.
  • Enter your Email address.
  • Enter your Password.
  • Tap Manual setup.

 

Incoming server settings

  • Protocol: Should already be poplulated from the previous step (POP3, IMAP or Exchange) (Orange is POP).
  • Email address = Your email address.
  • POP/IMAP server: Your POP/IMAP server details (Orange is pop.orange.net).
  • Security type: None.
  • Server Port = Your server Port details (Orange is 110).
  • Your phone will check incoming settings before proceeding.

 

Outgoing server settings

  • Login required: Tick.
  • Username = Your username.
  • Password = Your password.
  • SMTP server: Your SMTP server details (Orange is smtp.orange.net).
  • Security type: None.
  • Port = Your Outgoing Port details (Orange is 587).
  • Your phone will check outgoing settings before proceeding.

 

New account

  • Account name: Your choice.
  • Your name: Your choice.
  • Tap Finish setup.

 

Your phone will now navigate to your inbox and retrieve your messages from your email account.

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