Inoutbox Email Setup for Android

On this page, you will find Inoutbox email setup for Android. If you want to have email setup on your Android phone, then just follow the below steps to send and receive Inoutbox.com mail on your Android phone. Besides an overview of basic IMAP, SMTP, and POP3 server Inoutbox email settings, This mail setup step may vary by model but mostly works for all Android devices.

Inoutbox.com Android Setup Procedure

In the below step-by-step process, you will be able to setup your Inoutbox.com email on any Android version on your phone. This Inoutbox setup process may vary by Android version, but it mostly works on all Android devices.

  1. Open Gmail App
    Open an email or Gmail app from your Android app list.
  2. Add Account
    If you already have other email accounts in this app, go to the menu from the top 3 lines and tap settings. Click Add Account to add your Inoutbox mail settings.
  3. Enter Email
    Select the other last option on the Set up email page, then enter your Inoutbox.com full email address and click the Manual Setup button located at the bottom.
  4. Select Protocol
    Select the Personal (IMAP) account from the list and enter your Inoutbox email password.
  5. Add Incoming Server Settings Detail
    Username: Your Inoutbox email address is your username
    Password: Your account password
    IMAP server: imap.fastmail.com
    Security type: Yes
    Port: 993
    Click Next Button
  6. Add Outgoing Server Settings Detail
    Username: Your Inoutbox email address is your username
    Password: Your account password
    SMTP server: smtp.fastmail.com
    Port: 587
    Security type: Yes
    Click Next Button
  7. Inoutbox Account Options
    Choose an email check frequency (preferably every 15 minutes) or Leave it as is and press the next button.
  8. Inoutbox Account Name
    Give your Inoutbox account name and your name, but this is an optional setting. Press Done.
  9. Done
    Congratulations, Now you can send and receive Inoutbox.com email on your Android device.