One of the most common reasons for users not being able to send email is because their ‘Internet service provider’ is blocking the – ‘SMTP’ outgoing , or the which the email is being sent through.
IMAP: imap.-.co.uk. Incoming Number with SSL/TLS (Any certificate): 995 for IMAP, 994 for POP.
Step one: Grab your iPhone and tap on the icon. Step two: Scroll down and tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars, then Add Account, Other and then Add Mail Account.
Check that you have entered the correct outgoing mail server: smtp.-.co.uk. Ensure that the options for My server requires authentication and Use same as my incoming mail server are enabled. Use default outgoing smtp 25 or alternatively if 25 is blocked please use 587…
To set up your mailbox on your iPhone, please do the following: 1. Go to on the iPhone.
Great, so once these nameserver are changed your – domain name will point to your 3rd party website. But please note that it could take up to 48 hours for your name server changes to become active.
You can use these to add any email address from – on your iPhone.
– offers secure POP, IMAP and SMTP connections with our mail boxes. When using standard mail services, the connection requires authentication but once connected the data sent or received is not encrypted.
You also need to add the – server to the mail client.