SmartPhone email setup.
The link instructions below are supplied by GoDaddy/IRIST/secureserver.net as they are our email vendor.
In each of the instructions below it says "Before You Start do 1,2,3". You can skip those three steps as the
incoming mail server is pop.secureserver.net and outgoing mail server is smtpout.secureserver.net.
Some of the instructions have a "Show Me screen-by-screen" link button that will show each screen of your phone during setup. Use it if you want to. I think it is a great tool.
See special iphone notes in yellow to the right.
Palm Pre SmartPhones
All phones are different on how to set up to receive email, but they require the same information. Just open
to the left your phone's setup instructions.
The quick setup for your SmartPhone (Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Palm Pre, etc) is to use the phone's default settings for the ports, account type is POP/POP3, set the account name to your full email address, set incoming mail server to pop.secureserver.net and outgoing mail server to smtpout.secureserver.net,
do NOT use SSL. Some phones will prompt "can not set up with SSL, continue anyway?" which would be a "YES" or "continue" because you do not want to use SSL.
These settings work with your cellular phone carrier's 3G/4G network and may not on our wireless network. If you are wanting to use the Hubler wireless network connections then contact me for outgoing mail settings but it will work best for you if you stay on your carrier's 3G/4G network.
I have had users tell me, especially on the iphone, that to get it to work they had to delete the account and start over again. If you continue to have a problem setting it up contact your cellular carrier.
NOTE: iphone 4s and later models additional instructions.
incoming mail port use 995 with SSL "on".
outgoing mail port use 25 with SSL "off".
in "optional" be sure to enter your full email address and password again.
ALSO....check out this page from other Hubler people with iphones
comments and screen shot examples for iphone.
click here for a YouTube set up instructional video for iphones.