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Start the Email app. Look for it in the Apps drawer.
If you've run the Email app before, you see the Email inbox and you're done.
If you haven't yet run the Email app, the first screen you see is Account Setup.
Type the e-mail address you use for the account.
Type the password for that account.
Touch the Next button.
If you're lucky, everything is connected and you can move on to Step 5. Otherwise, you have to specify the details as provided by your ISP, including the incoming and outgoing server information, often known by the bewildering acronyms POP3 and SMTP. Plod through the steps on the screen, although the tablet really just wants to know the incoming and outgoing server names.
Your ISP most likely has a support web page for setting up e-mail accounts. That page may list specific account setup information for an Android device. Use it.
Set the account options on the aptly named Account Options screen.
You might want to reset the Inbox Checking Frequency option to something other than 15 minutes.
If the account will be your main e-mail account, place a check mark next to the Send Email from This Account By Default option.
Touch the Next button.
Give the account a name and check your own name.
The account is given the name of the mail server, which may not ring a bell when you receive your e-mail.
The Your Name field lists your name as it's applied to outgoing messages. So if your name is really, say, Cornelius the Magnificent and not wally78, you can make that change now.
Samsung Galaxy Tab™ (2.2) Touch Email. If you already have an email account set up, touch Menu. If this is the first account you're adding, go to step 5. Touch Account manager. Touch Add account. Enter your email address. Touch Password. Enter your password. Touch Manual setup.
Aug 2, 2013 - I have 2 different Android devices: a Samsung Galaxy Reverb ... I have to manually change from Priority Inbox to Normal Inbox (or vice versa) in order for the new emails to show up in my list. ... Why does the new Gmail address not show on the Samsung tab 2 version 7.0? ... Turn PS3 Slim into Linux server.
You can use Mail to access a gMail account. It works best with POP mail but may work with IMAP mail as well, although many prefer using another web client for that (search the app store for alternatives).
To set up a gMail account in Mail, you open 'Settings' (from desktop, not from Mail), choose 'Mail, Contacts, Calendars' and there 'Add Account'. You can now choose 'Google' and set up your account, which wil show in Mail afterwards.
Mail or iCloud (or gMail, if you use that, or in general the mail system) thinks the mail is junk, for some reason. You need to teach it that it isn't, by selecting the mail, press the folder icon and send the email to Inbox. Eventually, it will learn the difference.
Go to Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Under the Mail window - go to Show> and select the number of recent emails that you want the iPad to load in your email accounts.
While you are in the mail settings - tap on the email account, tap on the account in the next window, tap on Advanced in the next window and tap Delete - and select the amount of time that you want the emails to stay on the iPad.
In some mail accounts there will also be an option for Delete from Server - tap that and set it to never if you want to control when to delete your old emails.
Go back to your email inbox in the mail app and swipe down to the bottom of the window - there may be an option to "load more messages from the server" in blue letters. Tap that and you will download as many odl emails as you set up for in the Show recent messages setting. At the top of the inbox is a search field - type in keywords in that search field to find old emails.
You can also search for emails in the spotlight search. Go to the home screen and tap the home button and the search feature pops up. Type keywords in the search field at the top to find old emails there as well. When you tap on that email in the search, the mail app will open and you can read the email.
the email function is tied to your address book, if you do not have the address book filled out with email addresses, or have emailed that person from the tablet before they will not show up in the FAYT address box
I'm having the same problem - I've added an account using the app (not gmail.. it's actually hotmail as one can add any email account) and when I saved the message I now see there is no draft folder to access that I can see.I also went to hotmail's web email and can't find the saved email there either. I've searched the entire tablet but cant find where it might have been saved to.
1)Press settings icon (the one with the cogs)
2) than scroll to Mail, Contacts, Calendar and press it.
3) Find your email account you want to modify and click it
4) find the section on the bottom that says "Mail Days to Sync and press the button
5) Now, you have limited options there, but you can pull email from 1,3 days or 1,2 weeks, 1 month or No Limit. If you click no limit it will pull your entire inbox. So, I might be careful in saying it will drain battery power. And or take room on your ipad away. So, if you have old emails with big attachments, be weary. Plus, depending if you are pulling all this mail over 3G you should take note of your data limits.
Hope that helps.