Roadrunner Toll Free Number | How do I set up IMAP/POP email on an Mac?

Roadrunner Toll Free Number|How do I set up IMAP/POP email on an Mac?

For adding the hosted email address to the respective device you need to go through below mentioned steps or Contact Roadrunner Toll Free Number-1888-223-8982

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Step 1: On the device open the Settings, then further scroll down and choose the Mail, Calendars, Contacts.

Step 2: Choose the Add Account, then choose the Other. Next, select to the Add Mail Account. Further, you will be prompted for entering the email, name, respective password and its description.

Step 3: Choose the IMAP for the mail server. Then, below you will be needed for entering the Host NameUsername and Password for both mail servers (incoming and outgoing).

Step 4: Tap over the Next option for proceeding. In the event that the port numbers do not populate automatically, use the Outgoing (SMTP) port 465 and Incoming port 993.

Your email address that is hosted has now been properly configured to the Apple device.

Troubleshooting methods from emailstechnicalsupport.com

If you are unable to send the messages:

Step 1: Over the device open “Settings,” then further scroll down and choose the Contacts, Mail, Calendars.

Step 2: Choose the account, and then under the IMAP/POP, choose the account again. Further, scroll down where you get to find the Outgoing Mail Server and choose the SMTP.

Step 3:
Choose the Primary Server.

Step 4: Ensure the Host Name is the Outgoing Server. Make sure both of the Email’s Username and relative Password are properly filled, even if the device highlights it is optional. Ensure the “Use SSL” is turned OFF. Then, set the Authentication to the Password.

Step 5: Click over the Done.

If the email is still not sending, please move back to the Step 4 and then try to use the alternative outgoing ports 25 or 587.

 

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If the incoming emails are being sent directly to the Trash or Deleted folder in place of the inbox, then you can easily go through the steps defined below from the emailstechnicalsupport.com

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If you are accessing your emails via web browser:

  • At very first move change the password for doing something new and then again sign in to the Sky Yahoo Mail.
  • Then, send few emails as test mail to yourself on your Yahoo Mail Id.
  • If this hasn’t worked, then look that you don’t hold any third party mailbox like your Hotmail or AOL account set up for accessing the emails.
  • If you do have, then sign in to the other mailbox and then check the settings for mail fetching. If there’s an option for leaving messages over the server, once they’ve been taken, make sure this is enabled.
  • If not, then delete the option for mail fetching and instead of that set up the mail forwarding from the account of Sky Yahoo Mail.
  • In the Sky Yahoo Mail, select gear icon located at the upper-right corner, easily followed by the Mail Options.
  • Look if you haven’t set up the filters that may leads the messages to be sent directly to Trash folder.

If you easily access any email through the email client:

Check the settings over your email client for ensuring you’ve not opted the option for deleting emails from server after downloading: