With evolution of smart devices, everyone has started using smartphones for all types of work whether it’s related to business or personal. Email is one of the most significant mediums of communication in business.

It may not be always possible for entrepreneurs and decision makers to sit before the desktop or carry a laptop to check your business email address accounts. Rather, it’s more feasible to get your business email account configured on the smart devices. Since most entrepreneurs in the UK use iOS devices, we are sharing you a guide for setting up an email account on the iOS devices –

Step 1 » Go to Settings and move down to Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
Step 2 » Click on Add Account.
Step 3 » Tap Other.
Step 4 » Select Add Mail Account.
Step 5 » Name – Enter your name.

Email – Enter your email, for e.g. [email protected], suppose that businessdomain.com is being your domain hosted by WHUK.
Password – Enter the one that you selected for email account in the Control Panel.
Description – Enter a description, for e.g. [email protected]

Step 6 » Tap Next.
Step 7 » Highlight the IMAP

Incoming Mail Server
Host Name – Enter mail.businessdomain.com
User Name – Enter your full email address e.g. [email protected]
Password – Enter the one that you selected for email account in Control Panel.

Outgoing Mail Server
Host Name – Enter your host name, for e.g. mail.businessdomain.com
User Name – Enter your full email address e.g. [email protected]
Password – Enter the one that you created in Control Panel.

Step 8 » Tap Next.
Step 9 » There is an Optional field but it is essential to fill it out.
Step 10 » Tap Save
Step 11 » Click on the mail you created now.
Step 12 » Click on the Account
Step 13 » Tap SMTP in the Outgoing Mail Server
Step 14 » Tap mail.businessdomain.com in the Primary Server

Host Name – Enter your host name, for e.g. mail.businessdomain.com
User Name – Enter your full email address e.g. [email protected]
Password – Enter your password.

Step 15 » Set the Use SSL ON.
Step 16 » Set the Authentication to Password.
Step 17 » Enter 587 (or as defined in our configuration email sent to you) in the Server Port. To verify the information, tap Done and then Account.
Step 18 » Move down to Use SSL for Incoming Settings and slide it to ON.
To ensure that your mails are saved both on device as well as on the server, synchronize Mailbox Behaviors with the server.
Step 19 » Tap Drafts Mailbox.
Step 20 » Go to On the Server field and tap Drafts. Click on Advanced to go back and follow the same for other mailboxes. Set the Sent Mailbox to Sent in the On the Server field, and set the Deleted Trash Box to Trash in the On the Server
Step 21 » To complete the setup, tap Account and Done.

Congratulations! You have successfully configured an email account on your iOS device.

If you find any difficulty with this, please feel free to get in touch with us via. Live chat or email.