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SETTING UP AND USING EMAIL ON ANDROID

Updated: January 2, 2017 is for SENDING AND RECEIVING email. To send and receive email you will need an Email client App. Most Android tablets and phones come with an Email App already installed. Very often this is the GMAIL APP, but it could also be the OLD STOCK

DELETING AN EMAIL ACCOUNT FROM ANDROID



If you no longer need to access an email account
you can delete it from your phone/tablet.. Open your email App and click the settings icon. Select the email account you want to

delete from the list. The settings from this account are shown. Scroll to the bottom and click REMOVE ACCOUNT.

Q- SHOULD I USE A POP OR IMAP EMAIL ACCOUNT?-



email from your email server. This means that the email can be accessed by MULTIPLE EMAIL CLIENTS/APPS. A- If you access a mailbox using the POP3 protocol, and then try access it using a desktop client or webmail you might find that the desktop email client etc. This is because when you

accessed the mailbox with the android client it downloaded the email to the android tablet/phone, and then deleted it from the inbox on the mail server. There is a configuration option that prevents this. wrong? A- Some Apps only display the LAST 20 or so messages by default. You need to change the APP SETTINGS.

Q-WHERE ARE MY EMAILS STORED?



A- If you are using Android with an IMAP4 account then they will be stored on the email server. Your tablet/phone may also have a LOCAL COPY depending on your settings. If you use Android with a POP3 account then the email will be




stored on your tablet/phone. Email Apps from Outlook.com,Yahoo and Google store email on the Internet and not on your phone/tablet

SETTING UP THE GMAIL APP TO ACCESS A GMAIL MAILBOX



The Gmail App is a specialized email App from Google, but it can also be used to access email from any POP3 OR IMAP4 mailbox, and not just Gmail accounts. Setting it up to access a GMAIL MAILBOX is very easy as

most of the settings, like email server addresses, are PRESET in the App and so The video below shows ho it is done.

SETTING UP EMAIL ACCOUNTS ON ANDROID



For completeness we will look at setting up email accounts using both the old stock Email App and the newer Gmail App. To SETUP AN EMAIL ACCOUNT you will need to get some setup details from your Email Provider. We will setup the standard Email App to access an email account using IMAP4. The video below covers the setup the email accounts on the

Android stock email App:

BASIC EMAIL SECURITY



The problem with mobile devices is that they can easily get lost. Your email probably contains sensitive information, and access to your email account by a third party could expose you to severe problems. For example if I had access to your GMAIL MAILBOX I could request a password reset on the account. devices with AUTO LOGIN. If you do use an Email App then make sure you use screen lock stevesandroidguide.com
lose your device CHANGE YOUR EMAIL PASSWORDS as quickly as possible.

USING EMAIL WIDGETS



If you want to see your email direct on your home screen without having to open

the App then you can add a widget to one of your home Widgets are available for the Gmail App, standard email app, outlook and the Yahoo mail Apps. See understanding Apps and Widgets stevesandroidguide.com
This video shows how to do it. NOTE: You can also add a lock screen widget the screen is locked.


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