how to configuring the server delete option to email account on your smartphone
Unlike reading your email on a computer, messages you fetch from traditional ISPs (such as Comcast or CenturyLink) on your phone aren’t deleted from the email server. The advantage is that you can later use a computer to retrieve the same messages. The disadvantage is that you end up retrieving mail you’ve already read and possibly replied to.
You can control whether messages are removed after they’re picked up. This setting applies only to POP3 email, not to corporate (Exchange Server), Gmail, or IMAP (webmail) accounts. Follow these steps:
1)Open the Settings app and choose Accounts.
2)Tap the Personal (POP3) item.
This item might be titled Email.
3)Choose Account Settings.
The action might be titled Settings.
4)Choose an email account.
5)Choose Server Settings or incoming Settings.
Look for a MORE SETTINGS button if you don’t directly see either item.
6)Look for the action bar by the Delete Email from Server item.
7)Choose the When Deleted from Inbox item.
8)Tap the DONE button.
When these steps don’t work, use the Email app to change the setting: Tap the Action Overflow (or MORE button), and choose Settings. Continue with Step 4 from the list.
After you make or confirm this setting, messages you delete on the phone are also deleted from the mail server. That means the message won’t be picked up again, not by the phone, another mobile device, nor any other computer that fetches email from that same account.
How to Setup the primary email account :
When you have more than one email account, the Email app uses that main account – the default – to send messages. To change that primary mail account, follow these steps:
1)Start the Email app.
2)Choose Combined View or Combined Inbox.
This option is chosen from an action bar or the navigation drawer.
3)Tap the Action Overflow or the MORE button.
5)On the Email Setting screen, tap the Action Overflow or the MORE button and choose Set Default Account.
6)Choose the email account you want to use as the default for sending messages.
You can still choose an account when you send an email message. Manipulate the From field when composing a new message as described earlier in this chapter. Choose the account you want to use, and the message is sent from that account.
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