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Email setup on Blackberry Z10
Posted by Lloyd S on 22 October 2014 04:57 PM

Let’s get your email setup on your Blackberry Z10. It’s super easy and will not take you more than 2 minutes:

  1. On the Home screen, Swipe down and tap on SettingsBlackBerry settings icon

  2. Tap Accounts.

  3. Select Add Account.

  4. Select Email, Calendar and Contacts.



  5. Enter your Email Address and tap Next.



  6. Enter your Password – tap on the ‘eye’ icon to reveal the password to make sure it's entered correctly.



  7. Tap Next and your settings should be automatically detected.

  8. Press Advanced at the bottom of the screen.



  9. Select the Account Type tab - IMAP or POP (We recommend you to go for "IMAP".  It keeps your emails in sync with the server)



  10. You'll need to fill in a few details next:
    Description: Set a description such work or personal to identify the account.
    Display name: Enter your name or email address
    Username / Email address: Enter your complete email address for both fields.
    Password: Your email account password.
    Server Address: imap.yourdomain / pop.yourdomain
    For the Linux Hosting package,  Incoming mail server will be mail.yourdomain. For example: mail.demomonkey.org
    For Windows Hosting package, Incoming mail server will be yourdomain. For example: demomonkey.org
    Port : POP - 110 / IMAP -143

  11. Keep SSL off.


  12. For Outgoing Settings, the SMTP Username should be your complete email address.

  13. Enter your email account password.

  14. For Outgoing Settings, enter smtp.yourdomain as the server address.
    For Linux Hosting package, Outgoing mail server will be  mail.yourdomain. For example: mail.demomonkey.org
    For Windows Hosting package, Outgoing mail server will be yourdomain. For example: demomonkey.org

  15. Set Outgoing Port number to 587.

  16. Keep Use SSL or Encryption setting Off.

  17. The Sync Interval and Initial Retrieval Amount can be set to your own preference where sync interval would be the time period after which the device will sync with the server to fetch new emails.

  18. Initial retrieval amount is the number of days that you want to a particular mail to appear on the Blackberry client. Post the duration it won’t be deleted but would not appear among other mails.

  19. Tap Done to complete your set up.

That’s it. You are all set to use your email account on your Blackberry.

 

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