Set up your emailWelcome!Through this tutorial, we'll help you set up an email account with your favorite email reader.On which device would you like to set up your email account?MobileComputerWhat mobile device would you like to use?iPhone / iPadAndroidSomething elseWhich operating system do you use?MacWindowsSomething elseWhat Mac email reader do you use?Apple Mail appOutlookSomething elseWhat Windows email reader do you use?OutlookSomething elseHmm... Looks like we don't have a tutorial for your device and/or email readerDon't worry. We'll still help you do this right. Let's schedule a call.PhoneWhat time should we call you?Morning (9:00 AM - 12:00 PM)Afternoon (12:00 PM - 6:00 PM)Evening (6:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Email setup on iPhone and iPadWe'll go through every step of this process below. If you have any questions, feel free to text us in the chat found in the lower right corner.Ready for step 1?Yes, let's get started!Open Settings on your iPhone and tap Accounts & Passwords.Ready for step 2?YesTap Add account.Ready for step 3?YesSelect Other as account type.Ready for step 4?YesTap Add Mail Account.Ready for step 5?YesEnter the account details for the email you want to add:Name: this will be visible as the sender.Email: the address you want to add.Password: you use it to log in to Webmail.Description: a name for the account on your device.Tap Next to continue.Ready for step 6?YesTap IMAP as the account type.Ready for step 7?YesEnter the following settings:Incoming server:Host name: imap.one.comUser name: Your email accountPassword: Sent to you via emailOutgoing server:Host name: send.one.comUser name: Your email accountPassword: Sent to you via emailTap Next to continue.Ready for step 8?YesDisable syncing of Notes, if this is enabled. Tap Save.Ready for step 9?YesTap the account you just added. You can recognize it by the description.Ready for step 10?YesTap your account again to open settings.Ready for step 11?YesTap Advanced, at the bottom of your screen.Ready for step 12?YesCheck if the Mailbox behaviors are set correctly. These settings determine where your emails are saved.You need to select the following folders on the server:Drafts mailbox: DraftsSent mailbox: SentDeleted mailbox: TrashArchive mailbox: ArchiveIf no folder, or a different one is selected, tap the mailbox and select the correct folder on the server. The name of the folder is in English.Note: If the folder is not listed, log in to Webmail and place an email in the folder that is not available. Then try again.Ready for step 13?YesScroll down to the bottom of the screen and enter INBOX as IMAP path prefix, all in capitals.Ready for step 14?YesYour account is now set up correctly. Email setup on Android GmailWe'll go through every step of this process below. If you have any questions, feel free to text us in the chat found in the lower right corner.Ready for step 1?Yes, let's get started!Open the Gmail app on your Android device.Ready for step 2?YesClick the menu in the top left corner to open Settings.Ready for step 3?YesAt the top of your screen, click the small arrow next to your name and email address to open Accounts. It looks like a triangle.Ready for step 4?YesClick Add account to start setup.Ready for step 5?YesSelect Other as the account you want to set up.Tip: If you want to set up your email with Mobile Sync, choose Exchange instead.Ready for step 6?YesType in the email address you want to set up.Click Next.Ready for step 7?YesSelect IMAP as the account type.Ready for step 8?YesType in your email password, the one you use to log in to Webmail.Click Next.Ready for step 9?YesType in imap.one.com as the incoming server.Click Next.Ready for step 10?YesType in send.one.com as the outgoing server.Click Next.Ready for step 11?YesHere 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.Ready for step 12?YesYour account is now set up and ready to go! Email setup for Apple Mail on MacWe'll go through every step of this process below. If you have any questions, feel free to text us in the chat found in the lower right corner.Ready for step 1?Yes, let's get started!Open the Mail application on your Mac.Click Mail in the top left corner and select Add Account....Ready for step 2?YesSelect Other Mail Account... and click Continue. Ready for step 3?YesType in your name, it will be visible as the sender.Enter the email address you want to set up.Enter the password, you also use it for Webmail.Click Sign in. Ready for step 4?YesYou will now see a red error message, just ignore this. Enter the following server settings:Account type: IMAPIncoming Mail Server: imap.one.comOutgoing Mail Server: send.one.com Click Sign in. Ready for step 5?YesUncheck the box for Notes, so only the Mail app is selected, and click Done. Ready for step 6?YesClick Mail in the top left corner and select Preferences.... Ready for step 7?YesClick Accounts in the top menu.Go the the tab Server Settings.Under Incoming Mail server, uncheck the box for Automatically manage connection settings.Change the portnumber to 993.Click Save. Ready for step 8?YesBy default, Mail selects the wrong folder to save your sent and deleted emails, so you need to manually change it to the correct folders.Go to the tab Mailbox Behaviors.Click the Sent mailbox and change the folder to Sent, @ your email account.Click the Trash mailbox and change this folder to Trash, @ your email account.Note: Mail OS X may not be able to detect IMAP folders that are empty. If the correct folder is not available, log in to Webmail and place an email in the folder. Then try again. Ready for step 9?YesIn the end your settings in the Mailbox Behaviors tab should look like in the screenshot below. The INBOX prefixes will be added automatically. Email setup for Outlook on MacWe'll go through every step of this process below. If you have any questions, feel free to text us in the chat found in the lower right corner.Ready for step 1?Yes, let's get started!Make sure that you have the latest version of Outlook for Mac 2011. After launching Outlook, click on Help in the top menu, and then click on Check for Updates. The application will now tell you if there are any updates. Follow the instructions you get on the screen to install the updates. For further assistance on updating your Microsoft software, please check out Microsoft’s support pages here: http://support.microsoft.com Ready for step 2?Yes Click on Tools in the top menu and then click on Accounts. Click on the plus (+)-button located in the left corner, and then click on E-mail... in the drop down menu that appears. Ready for step 3?YesEnter the e-mail address you want to set up in the field E-mail address, and its password in the field Password. When you start typing the password, the rest of the window will expand, and more options will appear. In the expanded window please enter the following information for your account:E-mail address: Enter the e-mail address you want to add, in this example "firstname.lastname@example.org"Password: The password is the same as you use when logging on the webmail for this e-mail account.User name: email@example.comType: IMAPIncoming Server: imap.one.comCheck the box for: Use SSL to connect (recommended) Incoming server port: 993Outgoing server: send.one.comCheck the box for: Override default portCheck the box for: Use SSL to connect (recommended)Type 465 in the field for the outgoing server port, located to the right of the Outgoing serverfield. When you have entered all the information, click on Add Account. Ready for step 4?YesEnter a name in the Account description-field that describes your account. And then enter a name that will be shown as the sender in the field for Full name. Verify that the personal information and server information for your account is correct, and then click on the More Options...-button located in the bottom of the dialogue box. Ready for step 5?YesNext you will be asked to select an authentication method. In the field Authentication, select User name and Password in the dropdown menu. In the field User Name enter the same e-mail address as earlier, and its password in the field Password. Leave the field for Unqualified domain empty. Click on OK. Congratulations, you have successfully set up your One.com mail account in Outlook 2011 for Mac, and the content of your account should be loading into the application. The next steps will show you how to sync your IMAP-folders.Ready for step 6?YesIMAP allows multiple clients to access the same mailbox, while keeping the e-mail messages available on the server for later access via webmail or other devices. We recommend that you use these settings for handling IMAP folders from the start. First you need to make sure that you have the latest version of Microsoft Outlook 2011 for Macinstalled. You can find more information about how to update in the first step in this guide. Next, click on Tools in the top menu and then click on Accounts.... Click on the Advanced-button located in the lower right corner of the dialogue box. Click on the tab named Server. Enter the word INBOX written with uppercase letters, in the field IMAP Root Folder. Click on the tab named Folders. To store the messages in the correct folder do the following:In the Sent section set Store sent messages in this folder: to Sent (Server) in the dropdown menu.In the Drafts section set Store draft messages in this folder: to Drafts (Server) in the dropdown menu.In the Junk section set Store junk messages in this folder: to Junk E-mail (Server) in the dropdown menu.In the Move section check the Move deleted messages to this folder: and select Trash (Server)in the dropdown menu. Click on OK. Email setup for Outlook using WindowsWe'll go through every step of this process below. If you have any questions, feel free to text us in the chat found in the lower right corner.Ready for step 1?Yes, let's get started!Open Outlook on your computer and click File in the top left corner. Ready for step 2?YesClick Add Account to start setup.Ready for step 3?YesType in the email address you want to add and click Connect. Ready for step 4?YesOutlook will automatically detect the right server settings, click Connect to continue. Tip: If you have problems connecting your account with the detected settings, please check our troubleshoot guide for alternative settings.Ready for step 5?YesType in your password, it is the password that you also use to login to Webmail. Click OK to continue. Ready for step 6?YesClick OK to complete setup.Ready for step 7?YesYour email account is now set up, but you need to add an additional setting to make sure all emails are delivered to the correct folders.Click File again. Ready for step 8?YesClick Account Settings. Ready for step 9?YesSelect the account you just set up and click Change in the menu right above it.Ready for step 10?YesClick More Settings... in the bottom right. Ready for step 11?YesClick the Advanced tab.Type in INBOX as the Root folder path, all in capitals.Click OK to save your settings. Ready for step 12?YesClick Next to continue. Outlook will now test your account settings by trying to send a test message. Click Close when the tests are completed. Ready for step 13?YesClick Finish to go to your inbox. You can now see that all folders are on the same level as your inbox. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.