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How To Add Customised Email On Android


As a newbie , you might experience a little difficulty setting up a customised email on your android device. The customised email could be a name attached to the domain name of your website , e.g ; . Such kinds of emails requires setup before they can be integrated to an Android device. In this short tutorial I will show you how to setup a customised email on your android phone.

Setting Up A Customised Email On Android


From your phone menu , navigate to Settings > Accounts > Add Account > Email


You will see a form , type your customised email and password and click “Next” and follow the second step from here.


Step 2
Step 2 involves setting up the message server. Without this Server settings , receiving / sending emails will not be possible.

Incoming Server Settings
After clicking “Next” in step 1 , you will see 3 options , select “IMAP”.


Enter your connection details :
Username :

Password : your email password

IMAP Server :

Port : 143

Uncheck “Use Secure Connection” and “Verify Certificate” . Click on Next after that :


Outgoing Server Settings


Username : your

Password : Your Email Password

IMAP Server :

Port : 25

After that , click on next!

That’s all ! Once connection Is done you will be able to receive and send emails. Let us know if you need any more help .

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