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Setting up mail on iPhone/iPad/iOS

Tap Settings and move down to Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

Start setting up Mail on your iPhone or iPod Touch by tapping Settings.

Tap Add Account....

Tap Add Account.

Tap Other.

Tap Other.

Select Add Mail Account.

Select Add Mail Account.

Enter your Name.

Enter your Email e.g. name@example.com, example.com being your domain hosted by One.com.

Password is the password that you selected for the email account in the Control Panel.

Enter a Description e.g. name@example.com.

Tap Next.

Enter your name

Highlight the IMAP tab.

Highlight the IMAP tab.

For Incoming Mail Server enter imap.one.com as Host Name, example.com being your domain hosted by One.com.

Enter your full email address as User Name e.g. name@example.com.

Enter your Password that you selected for the email account in the Control Panel.

Enter details for Incoming Mail Server.

For Outgoing Mail Server enter send.one.com as Host Name.

Enter your full email address as User Name e.g. name@example.com.

Enter your Password that you created in the control panel, and tap Next.

Please note that even though the field says Optional you need to fill it out.

Enter details for Outgoing Mail Server.

Tap Save again.

Tap Save again.

Tap the mail account you just created.

Tap the mail account created.

Tap the Account field.

Tap the Account field.

Tap SMTP in the Outgoing Mail Server field.

Tap the SMTP in the Outgoing Mail Server field.

Tap send.one.com in the Primary Server field.

Tap the info in the Primary Server field.

For Host Name enter send.one.com.

Enter your full email address as User Name e.g. name@example.com.

Enter your Password.

Use SSL should be set to ON.

Authentication should be set to Password.

In Server Port you should use port 465. To verify the information, tap Done and then Account.

Enter the details for Outgoing Mail Server again.

Move down to Use SSL for Incoming Settings, and slide to ON.

Slide Use SSL to OFF.

Use SSL is now set to ON.

Use SSL is set to OFF.

The next step is to synchronize Mailbox Behaviors with the server, to make sure that your mails are saved both on the device and on the server.

Tap Drafts Mailbox.

Synchronize Mailbox Behaviors.

Tap Drafts in On the Server field. Go back by clicking on Advanced, and do the same for the other mailboxes. Sent Mailbox should be set to Sent in the On the server field, and the Deleted Mailbox should be set to Trash in the On the server field.

To complete the setup, tap Account and Done.

Tap Draft

Congratulations, you have successfully set up your One.com mail account on your iOS device.