Apple Mail instructions

These are the options that you will need to fill in for apple devices. Email programs for iPad, Macbook, iPhone, iPod, etc will ask you to input the following options in the email settings.

You must navigate to you email settings and compare the different options on your device to the table below. Items with ax 'X' in it is the correct setting. Items in brackets are for your personalized information.

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Questions Answers Notes
Full name:   Your name as you would like it to appear on messages you send, such as Tom Clark.
My email address:                            @              .        Such as tomclark@example.com.
My email provider:   The name of your email service provider such as MobileMe, Yahoo, Gmail, Comcast, or AOL.

 

Questions Answers Notes
Account type:
Choose one.
POP [  X  ]
IMAP [     ]
Exchange IMAP [     ]
Exchange 2007 EWS [     ] (see below)
Your provider will understand which Account type to select.
Description:   Used to title your inbox in Mail.
Such as "Tom's email"
Incoming mail server hostname: mail.torchlake.com Such as mail.example.com
Username: [Your email address] Example:tomclark@example.com
Password: [Your email password] Used to protect your email account.
Incoming server port number: 110 Your provider will understand which port to select.
Incoming server authentication method:
Choose one.
Password [  X  ] MD5 [     ] NTLM [     ] Kerberos [     ] None [     ] Your provider will understand which authentication method to select.
Incoming mail server supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)? Yes [     ] No [  X  ] Your provider may call this Transport Layer Security (TLS).

 

Questions Answers Notes
Outgoing Mail Server:   Such as smtp.example.com
Outgoing server port:
Choose one.
25 [     ] 465 [     ] 587 [  X  ] Other: Your provider will understand which port to select.
The outgoing mail server supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): Yes [     ] No [  X  ]  Your provider may call this Transport Layer Security (TLS)
Outgoing server authentication type:
Choose one
Password [  X  ] MD5 [     ] NTLM [     ] Kerberos [     ] None [     ] Your provider will understand which authentication method to select.
If "None", ask for the Internet Service Provider off-network outgoing (SMTP) mail server settings to use when you are connected to the Internet from outside your ISP; for example, a WiFi hotspot at your local coffee shop. Use the next chart to denote these settings.