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This article assumes that you have already configured a mailbox using a Krystal cPanel account. To carry out the instructions in this article you will need the Manual Settings for your mailbox and your Server Hostname You can obtain the former in cPanel > Email Accounts by clicking on the More button next to your mailbox details, and selecting Configure Email Client. The server hostname is confirmed in your Welcome Email.
Notice:With such variation in the Android world you may expected there might to be some variation in these steps from device to device. For reference this guide was created with a clean copy of Android 7.1 Nougat with no manufacturer specific variations.
Open the BlueMail application.
Tap Add Other Account
Tap Other Email.
Enter the email address and password for the email address you wish to connect to.
Uncheck Automatic as we wish to set our account up manually.
Step 6 - Incoming Server Settings
Enter the information as follows:
Step 7 - Outgoing Server Settings
BlueMail will then attempt to authenticate with the server.
You’re all set! That’s your email account all configured within BlueMail.