These instructions are intended specifically for setting up POP3/IMAP email on an iPhone or iPad running iOS 9. If these instructions don’t quite work for you, check-out our tutorial How to Setup Your Email Client (generic).
Open Your Settings App
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If you have re-arranged your home screen and Settings is not readily visible, you may swipe right and begin typing “Settings” into Spotlight to launch the app.
Add the Email Account
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In the Settings app, navigate to Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and then click on Add Account.
Select Account Type
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On the Add Account screen, select the last option, Other.
Configure General Account Settings
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Fill out the requested information on the New Account screen and tap the Next button in the top-right corner of the screen once complete:
Name: should be your name as you want it to appear in emails that you send
Email: full email address
Password: is the email account’s password
Description: is the name you want displayed for the account in your Mail app
Configure Advanced Account Settings
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The information from the previous screen will be pre-filled here, but you will need to fill in the rest now. Please note that, despite what the empty fields may suggest, none of the fields here are optional.
|Incoming Mail Server||Outgoing Mail Server|
|Hostname: mail.bhmhosting.com||Hostname: mail.bhmhosting.com|
|Port: 993||Port: 465|
|Username: Full Email Address||Username: Full Email Address|
|Password: Your Password||Password: Your Password|
If you chose POP as the account type, tap Save; If you chose IMAP, tap Next.
Enable the Account
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Verify that the switch next to Mail is toggled on. Tap Save. You’re now ready to start using your email address with iOS 9.