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If you’ve arrived here, you’re probably having trouble accessing SBCGlobal email on an iPhone 6 model using IMAP/POP settings. Don’t worry, we’ll show you how to do it in a couple of simple steps.
Do you have an email app on your iPhone or does it come pre-installed? If so, you can quickly send and receive messages from your iPhone using your email account. Here, we’re discussing the SBCGlobal email service. We all know that once we’ve configured the email, we’ll be able to use it without any issues. However, no programme is free of flaws, defects, and errors, which are constantly there. Expert assistance or on-screen actions, both of which are provided on this page, are required to fix certain bugs.
Things to start to consider
The procedures we’ll show you are generic and basic, and they’ll work on other models as well, so you may use them on an iPhone 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, or 13.
Points to remember:
- Before you can fix the problem, make sure your device has a good internet connection. The phone can be connected wirelessly or via a conventional Ethernet cable.
- Open a website in your phone’s browser to see if the network is up and running.
- Check your email’s outbox folder to see if there are any emails there.
On the iPhone, there are some options for setting up a personal email account.
Check the server settings thoroughly by following the steps outlined below:
Open the ‘Settings’ menu.
Select ‘Mail, contacts, and calendar’ from the drop-down option.
Select ‘Email accounts’ from the drop-down menu.
Select ‘SBCGlobal’ and double-check the login information.
Check the list of email accounts at the bottom of the page.
From here, select ‘Outgoing mail server settings’ and click the ‘Right arrow’ at the end of the SMTP server choice.
You’ve now reached the SSL configuration section. Enable SSL on both the incoming and outgoing servers.
‘Password’ must be selected as the authentication method.
Remember to look at the server information on the supplied page.
- Hostname: The server’s name.
- Username: Email address plus domain name, for example, SBCGlobal.
- Server port: For both incoming and outgoing servers, you must give the port number.
- It’s the same password you use to log in to your account on other devices.
- If one port is not working, try a different port to see if the problem has been fixed.
- At a time, log out of the account and sign in from one device. It’s possible that this will solve the issue.
- Close the mail application.
This will fix the iPhone’s mail problem. If you’re still having problems, you can post your experience on a forum online.