How to Set Up a Custom Domain Email Account on Your iPhone

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Normally, our email addresses belong to free services offered by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and other similar companies. The reason is obvious: they are completely free for us and, in addition, they come with other services which, in the case of Mountain View, for example, relate to maps, calendars, contacts, music, videos and a long etcetera of alternatives. Therefore, it is rare to find an email like “[email protected]meaning that the person using it has gone to the trouble of registering (and paying for) a domain in addition to a specific email service. It is for these cases that we are going to explain to you how to save this type of email address on your iPhone, far from the automated presets of Gmail, Microsoft, AOL, etc. Let’s register the email The first thing you need to do to register your email in the iPhone is to go to the “Settings” of the system. Forget to do it in the same Mail application because there we will see absolutely nothing. So, once in the iOS configuration, the next step is to find access to the messaging applications that come with the smartphone by default. Now we look at the options it shows us and we are left with the “Accounts” option. We touch to go to the next screen where all those that we have saved on the phone appear. Just below the last one, you will see the “Add account” function. This brings us to another place where, yes, we have to choose the service provider. As it is normal that it does not appear, we are left with the last option, that of “Other”. As you can see, just above you have shortcuts to specific services which are usually the most popular among users. After choosing this function, we will go to the configuration screen of the account name, email address, password and the name with which it will appear in the Mail application. Normally it doesn’t take all the information first, which will take you to another menu where you need to add the ingress and egress servers, along with username and password in each case. Once finished, we accept the changes and we will see, if everything went well, a series of blue checks that run from top to bottom of the screen as a sign that the mail is already configured. >

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