Manage Your Email Account From Samsung Galaxy Note

Edited by Geraldin Carniyan, Eng, Lynn, vc and 1 other

Your email is handy when using your Samsung Galaxy Note to manage your email account. On this tutorial, I will teach you how to add your account on your device and maximize its features. Just follow all the instructions below and you should be good to go.

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Basic email setup

Basic email setup lets you save your basic account settings such as your email address and password. This is the simplest type of email setup that you can do on your device.

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    On the home screen, tap on "Email"
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    Type your email address and password and tap on "Next"
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    Configure the settings you wish to adjust and tap "Next"
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    Type in a name for your email account (this is optional) and tap "Done".
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Advanced email setup

Advanced email setup lets you choose the account type that matches your email address. Here, you have an option to change the default email setting to advanced configuration.

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    On the home screen, tap on "Email"
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    Tap on "Menu"
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    Tap on "Settings"
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    Tap on "Add Account"
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    Type in your email address and password and tap "Manual Setup"
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    Tap on the account type you wish to setup
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    Change the settings needed for your email account
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    Tap on "Next" on the bottom of the screen after you're done. These settings will be on three consecutive screens. If you are not familiar with the settings you need to enter, contact your email provider.
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    Just like on basic setup, the last part is for you to give your email account a name
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    Tap "Done" when you are finished.
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Adding an email signature

Email signature is a set of small details attached in an email that will automatically be included in every outgoing message you send unless you delete them before sending. It could be a quotation, an additional contact information and the likes. Below are the instructions on how to make one.

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  1. 1
    On the home screen, tap on "Email"
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    Tap on "Menu"
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    Tap on "Settings"
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    Tap on "Account Settings"
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    Tap on your email address.
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    Tap on "Signature"
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    You can tap on "ON" to turn off signature.
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    Type in the signature you wish to use and tap "Done"
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Sending an email

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    On the home screen, tap on email
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    Tap on the "Compose" logo
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    Type in the recipient email address on the "To" field, and add your subject and your message
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    Tap on the attachment logo to add one
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    Choose the folder where you wish to get the attachment and tap either on "Always" or "Just Once"
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    Tap on the album where the attachment is located
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    Then tap on the attachment itself (I used picture for this example) and tap on the green check to confirm.
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    Tap on the option you want and tap on the send button
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Linking two or more inboxes

If you set up more than one account on you Samsung Galaxy Note and want to check them all at the same time, you have an option to view the combined inbox messages. Below are the steps.

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    On the home screen, tap on "Email"
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    Tap on the inbox logo
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    Tap on "Combined Inbox" to view all the messages for all accounts
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Viewing an attachment from an incoming email

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    On the home screen, tap on email
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    Tap on the email you want to view
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    Tap on the action you wish to perform
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Questions and Answers

Does it work with Samsung Galaxy young?

Does it work with Samsung Galaxy young

With Galaxy young the screen shot will be a bit different

Yes, it works with Samsung Galaxy Young. If it is with the big three (Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail), you can download their official apps at the app store. If this is a work email, you can do the following:

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  • tap email app
  • enter your complete email address and password
  • choose manual set-up
  • select type of account (go with IMAP)

PLEASE ASK YOUR IT FOR THE FOLLOWING AS IT DEPENDS ON THEIR SETTINGS:

incoming server settings:

  • username: Your full email address
password:Your email account password
  • POP/IMAP server: example:pop.pink.net
  • Security type:
  • PORT:tick
  • Require sign in:
  • Username : Your full email address
  • Password  : Your email account password
  • Tap next

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outgoing server settings:

  • SMTP server:
  • Security type:
  • port:
  • Require sign in : tick
  • Username : Your full email address
  • Password  : Your email account password
  • Tap next

Account options:

  • Email check frequency: (ask IT of company)
  • Notify me when new mail arrives: your choice
  • tap next

Set up email:

  • Account name: your choice.
  • Your name: your choice.
  • Tap Done

If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please post in the comments section below.

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Categories : Samsung Galaxy

Recent edits by: vc, Lynn, Eng

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