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Setting Up Gmail on your Android Phone

Step 1 – Download the Gmail App from the Google Play Store

Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.gm&hl=en_US


Step 2 –  Open the Gmail App

Open the Gmail app on your Android device.

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Step 3 – Go to Settings

Click the menu in the top left corner to open Settings.

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Step 4 – Click the Arrow to the Right of Your Email

At the top of your screen, click the small arrow next to your name and email address to open Accounts. It looks like a triangle.

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Step 5 – Click “Add Account”

Click “Add Account” to start setup.

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Step 6 – Click “Other”

Select “Other” as the account you want to set up.

Tip: If you want to set up your email with Mobile Sync, choose “Exchange” instead.

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Step 7 – Enter Your Email Address

  1. Type in the email address you want to set up.
  2. Click “Next.”

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Step 8 – Select “IMAP”

Select “IMAP” as the account type.

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Step 9 – Enter Your Password

  1. Type in your email password (the one you use to log-in to Webmail).
  2. Click “Next.”

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Step 10 – Enter imap.one.com for the Incoming Server

  1. Type in imap.one.com as the incoming server.
  2. Click “Next.”

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Step 11 – Enter send.one.com for the Outgoing Server

  1. Type in send.one.com as the outgoing server.
  2. Click “Next.”

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Step 12 – Select “Account Options”

Here you set how often Gmail should look for new emails, when you get notifications and more. Uncheck any options you don’t want and click “Next” to continue.

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Step 13 – Done!

Your account is now set up and ready to go!

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Add Gmail to your iPhone

In the end, personal preference matters, but, logically speaking, the Gmail app is a better option than the Apple mail app for most users. It offers more flexibility and more features than iOS’ stock mail app.

If design is one of the deciding factors for you, Gmail’s colorful interface is more appealing than Apple’s minimalistic approach, and most people stop using the native Apple stock iOS mail app after learning it doesn’t offer true push notification functionality for emails.

How to Setup Gmail on your iPhone (using the GMail App)

  1. Make sure you’ve downloaded the Gmail app.
  2. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app Gmail.
  3. Login using your email accounts and password

Additional Help For Settings:

How to Setup Gmail on your iPhone (using the native app)

To begin using Gmail on your iOS device, set up Google Sync by performing the following steps:

  1. Go to your device’s account settings.
  2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
  3. Tap Add Account.
  4. Tap Google.
  5. Add your G Suite account and follow the instructions from there.
  6. Choose which products you want to synchronize with your device.

I Have GSuite Gmail; So Now What?

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