The following article will get your Fritschle Communications email account setup on your iPhone using an IMAP or POP connection. I recommend using IMAP.
What is IMAP?
IMAP is an E-mail protocol that is used when people wish to always have their messages, including sent messages and message folders, saved on the server. Depending on program configuration, these messages may be temporarily saved on the computer for offline viewing. All messages and folders can be viewed from any computer connecting via IMAP, including Webmail. This option is most recommended for users who connect to E-mail accounts from many computers.
What is POP
POP, also known as POP3, is an E-mail protocol that is used when people wish to have a copy of their E-mail messages, along with any attachments, to be downloaded to their computer for viewing. Depending on program configuration, these messages may be automatically deleted from the server once it is received, or at some future time. Messages sent, moved, or deleted from a computer using POP can only be viewed on that individual computer's folders. They cannot be viewed on other computers connecting to that E-mail account, including Webmail. This option is most recommended for users who like to keep a backup of all their messages.
Let's take a look at what it takes to get your device setup:
1. From the home screen on your device tap Settings, and then Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
2. You'll then tap Add Account, Tap Other and then Add Mail Account.
3. The "New Account" screen will appear and you'll then Enter in the following information in the fields provided, and then tap the Save button.
4. After your account has been looked up, you'll then select IMAP located at the top and then enter in both the Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server fields with the following information:
5. After you've entered in all the information, tap Save and the device will then verify your settings. After you've been verified, you'll then be take to the Mail & Notes screen.
You're all finished. Well done!
Mapping Your Folders Mapping your folders allows you to synchronize email across all your devices, email clients and the web. By default, some email clients and mobile devices create their own folders for Sent, Trash, Spam etc. You can map your sent, deleted, and spam messages to their proper folders as will as access any sub-folders you've created by following the procedure below:
Note: You'll see that all your sub-folders have populated under the Server option.