Email Client Configuration | OS X Mail.app | Outlook 2013 | Thunderbird 31 | iPhone/iPad

iOS 7 Mail (iPhone/iPad)

Quick Summary

Add a Mail Account

  • "Name" - First Last
  • "Email" - your current 'From/Reply' address, e.g. firstlast@biology.utah.edu, whatever address correspondents use to reach you now can continue to be used here
  • "Password" - secret
  • "Description" - Biology (or whatever you want)

  • "IMAP" or "POP" (It is highly recommended that you use IMAP on a mobile device)

Incoming Mail Server Info

  • "Host Name" - biomail.biology.utah.edu
  • "User Name" - the username for connection to your account, possibly a shorter form of your name
  • "Password" - secret

Outgoing Mail Server Info

  • "Host Name" - biomail.biology.utah.edu
  • "User Name" - the username for connection to your account, possibly a shorter form of your name
  • "Password" - secret

Step by Step Instructions

These instructions were made using an iPhone, but they will be identical for the iPad.

Open the Settings app and find "Mail, Contacts, Calendars". Tap "Add Account".

Scroll to the bottom and select "Other".

Tap "Add Mail Account".

Enter your name and your current 'From/Reply' address, e.g. firstlast@biology.utah.edu, whatever address correspondents use to reach you now can continue to be used here

Choose "IMAP" or "POP3" (It is highly recommended that you use IMAP on a mobile device).

Enter "biomail.biology.utah.edu" for the Incoming Mail Server "Host Name".

Enter "biomail.biology.utah.edu" for the Outgoing Mail Server "Host Name".

You can choose to save Notes on the server or not. Notes are part stored in email folders as if they are emails, that's why the setting is located here.

Step 2 Test message

Send yourself a message and see if you get it.

You are done. You should get the test message in your Inbox.