September 10, 2020
September 10, 2020
Samsung devices come with a default app called Samsung Email that makes accessing and managing emails on the go much more convenient. However, you need to find and set the correct configuration settings to make it work.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how to do just that.
First, we’ll need to find your email details. For Hostinger’s email hosting services, follow the steps below:
If you’re using Gmail, for example, consult this support page to get your configuration details. For the rest of this tutorial, though, we will be using Hostinger hosted email as an example.
You can choose either the automatic or manual method to set up an email account on Samsung’s default email client.
There’s no real difference between the two methods, but if the system can’t figure out your email settings automatically, it will prompt the manual setup.
Before we move on, keep in mind that our examples were captured on a Samsung Galaxy A50 with a stable version of Android 10. While the overall process should be similar, there might be slight differences for other models.
With that being said, here’s how to add an email account to Samsung Email:
IMPORTANT: We recommend choosing the IMAP account option if you want to access the email content on multiple devices
You’ve now successfully added an email account to Samsung Email.
If you ever want to remove an account, simply follow these steps:
This concludes our guide on how to add an email account to Samsung Email. You can add or remove as many accounts as possible by following the steps shown in this tutorial.
If you have any more questions, feel free to leave a comment down below.
September 30 2020
Hi, I get an error message that says it cannot verify my account. I don't know hoe to verify it. I have follow each step exactly, I just cant get it to work. Thank You
Replied on November 18 2020
Hey there Stephanie. Drop a message to our Customer Success team and we will help you out.