how to add multiple email accounts on your smartphone
The Email app, as well as the newest version of Gmail, can be configured to pick up email from multiple sources. If you have a Windows Live account or maybe an Evil Corporate Account in addition to your ISP’s account, you can add them to the phone’s email account inventory.
Both the Email and Gmail apps offer different ways to add a new email account. A better approach is to use the Settings app. Obey these directions:
1)Open the Settings app.
It’s found in the Apps drawer; tap the Apps icon on the Home screen to view the Apps drawer.
On some Samsung phones, tap the General tab to locate the Accounts item.
3)Tap Add Account.
4)Choose the email account type.
The three options for adding email accounts are described in this list:
Exchange or Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync: For a corporate email account hosted by an Exchange Server (Outlook mail)
Personal (IMAP): For web-based email accounts, such as Microsoft Live
Personal (POP3): For traditional, ISP-email accounts, such as Comcast
See the later section “Adding a corporate email account” for information on the Exchange option. The other two options work pretty much the same. In fact, some phones may have a single Email option instead of the IMAP and POP. Variations
5)Type your email address and tap the NEXT button.
6)Type the email account password and tap the NEXT button.
7)Continue working through the email setup as prompted on the screen.
Refer to the preceding section, after Step 5 (in that section).
The big difference between creating the first email account and adding more is that you’re asked whether the account you just added is the primary or default account. See the later section “Setting the primary email account” for details.
The new email account is synchronized immediately after it’s added, and you see the inbox. See the later section “Checking the ibox.”
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