Email Setup iOS – iPhone, iPad, etc.
Go to your “Settings” and choose Mail, Contacts, Calendars,
Add Mail Account:
Below are the settings that are needed to retrieve email from your main IMAP mail account
… and, of course, <example.com> is replaced with YOUR domain name.whatever – such as crestonecreations.com, saguache.org :)
INCOMING MAIL SERVER:
INCOMING MAIL SERVER:
IF YOU HAVE CHOSEN Mail Server Type: IMAP
IMAP Host Name: SSL use rsb17.rhostbh.com
IMAP Username: (your full email address)
IMAP Password: (the password that you selected when your account was setup)
IMAP Port: SSL use port: 993
OUTGOING MAIL SERVER SMTP
Outgoing Mail Server: (SSL) rsb17.rhostbh.com (server requires authentication) port 465
SMTP Username: (your full email address)
SMTP Password: (the password that you selected when your account was setup)
SMTP Authentication: Enabled (Use same login as the incoming mail)
SMTP Port: 465 with SSL
In some old systems, situations, you may get this message.
On older iPhones, you may need to go to this section to configure SMTP and other options.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: IMAP or POP? If you don’t know the answer, please click here
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: SSL OR NOT? If you don’t know the answer, please click here
BASIC SETUP CONFIGURATIONS:
I have found some people have trouble where they have a different authentication method selected instead of just “password” … eg. APOP Do not choose APOP – change this to “Password” for the authentication method.
username: – this is where you put your FULL email address given to you by Crestone Creations for the account you are setting up.
password: Passwords are case sensitive.
We suggest you copy and paste your password – but highlight CAREFULLY so as not to copy “invisible” characters like spaces at the end.
IMPORTANT! re 2nd SMTP server: if you are setting up a 2nd email account (eg. your ISP email + the email with Crestone Creations / your domain) please note that each account will require it’s own SMTP entry. Do not edit nor delete the existing in-play SMTP. Add a new one for your new account.
Whatever you put into the “Your Name” field will show up in the “From” line of the recipient’s email address.
For more SSL info, click here