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TitleHow to change Android settings for cPanel email
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Android is a mobile phone operating system created by Google which runs on many different devices on multiple brands. Setting up your cPanel email on your android is easy! Android has  various versions and interfaces so please be note, your phone may look different from the screenshots below. 

The guide follows settings for a POP configuration which is the most common type of email setup, however if your interested in using an IMAP setup please follow the guide, but refer to the table at the bottom of this article for settings pertaining to IMAP.
 

Finding your email settings in Android

1. Go to Settings on your phone
2. Swipe down and click on 'Accounts'

Accounts

3. Select Email

Selection

4. Here you should see a list of Email Accounts setup on your phone. Select the one you wish to edit.
5. Click on 'Account Settings' or 'Settings' ( May differ depending on what version of android you have)
 
Android Cap

Next you will see a list of settings for your mailbox. We are after incoming and outgoing server settings, please be aware, if your using a Samsung Galaxy S5 for example you may have to click 'More Settings'.
 
Mail Settings

Incoming Mail server settings

  1. Tap on Incoming Settings.
  2. Your username will be your full email address. (yourname@yourdomain.com)
  3. Ensure your mailbox password is entered in the password field.
  4. For the POP3 server enter mail.yourdomain.com and ensure the port is 110. Simply tap 'Done' after ensuring these settings are correct.
Android cPanel
 

Outcoming Mail server settings

With your Outgoing Mail server you have a choice of using Melbourne IT's mail servers or your mobile carriers. Sometimes 3G/4G mobile carriers will force you to use their Outgoing mail server. For this reason if your unable to configure your Melbourne IT mail server to work on your device please attempt to seek support from you carrier. We have also observed being more common in remote areas of Australia.
  1. Tap on Outgoing Settings.
  2. For your SMTP server enter mail.yourdomain.com and ensure the port is set to 587.
  3. Ensure the 'Require sign-in' checkbox is ticked.
  4. Your username will be your full email address. (yourname@yourdomain.com)
  5. Ensure your mailbox password is entered in the password field.
Android cPanel

Email Settings

 
SettingsInformationExample
Your NameYour name as you wish it to appear for your recipients.Example Name
Email AddressYour full email address.yourname@yourdomain.com
Incoming mail serverYour incoming mail server.mail.yourdomain.com
 
Outgoing mail server (SMTP)Enter our outgoing mail server. Please note that if you wish to send through our SMTP server it does require authentication..mail.yourdomain.com
User NameYour full email addressyourname@yourdomain.com
PasswordYour mailbox password***************
Incoming PortFor POP the default port is 110 , however if using SSL the port is 995.

For IMAP the default port is 143, however if using SSL the port is 993.

POP
Normal = 110
SSL =  995

IMAP
Normal = 143
SSL = 993

Outgoing PortMost ISP's tend to block port 25, so we recommend you use 587.Non SSL = 587
SSL = 465
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