NOTE: This feature is only available for legacy myRealPage accounts and/or older themes. It is no longer available for new sign-ups and/or newer responsive themes.

Click Here to learn how to set up email on your iPhone with iOS7

1 - In the iPhone Settings

  • Go to your phone's Settings. Once there, click the Mail, Contacts, Calendars section
  • Select Add Account...
  • B. Select the last option, Other from the list of account types.

2 - From the accounts page:

  • A. Select Add Mail Account

3 - On the new accounts page:

  • A. Enter your mail account information.
  • Name is what will be displayed in the Name field when you send an email. This is seen by recipients.
  • Description is the internal name you give your account so you can tell the difference if you have multiple accounts on your device.
  • B. Click on the Next button to complete the step.

4 - On the new accounts page:

  • A. Select the POP option
  • Enter the remaining information for Incoming and Outgoing Mail Server
  • The Host Name for both Incoming and Outgoing is
  • Your User Name is your email address
  • B. Press the Save button, this will start verifying your settings

5 - Verifying the account may take a few minutes:

  • A dialog box should appear after verification that says "Cannot Connect Using SSL" -- please see the next step.

6 - On the dialog box:

  • A. Select "No"

SSL is not supported. If you choose yes by accident, it will simply try to verify and the same message will appear, so don't worry!

7 - On the New Account Screen:

  • A. Press the Save button to commit the changes
  • B. Press Save again on the confirmation message.

8 - On the account page

  • A. Under the Outgoing Mail Server, click SMTP

9 - On the SMTP page:

  • A. Click on the "" link under Primary Server

10 - On the settings:

  • A. Make sure "SSL" is turned Off
  • B. Authentication is set to "Password"
  • C. click on the "Server Port" and make sure it has "587"
  • D. When, finished click Done

11 - Back at the account page:

  • A. Click the Advanced button

12 - In Advanced Menu

  • A. Make sure "SSL" is turned Off
  • B. Authentication is set to "Password"
  • C. click on the "Server Port" and make sure it reads "110"

13 - Once you enter the correct port:

  • You are done, and your email should now be set up