Configure Your Blacknight hosted Email on an Android device

Jan 12, 2022 | Android, Blacknight, Email, Samsung

Instructions on how to set up your Android device for Blacknight hosted email

 

How to Blacknight hosted Email on an Android device

Configure your Android device

1. Open your email client.

2. Enter your full email address and password.

3. Then Press “Manual Setup”

4. For the Account type, we recommend IMAP.

5. For the Incoming settings, we recommend using “mail.blacknight.com” for the incoming IMAP server. You will also want to leave the Security Type as None.

Username = Your Full Email Address

6. For the Outgoing SMTP settings, we also recommend using “mail.blacknight.com”. You will also want to leave the Security Type as None. Port 25 or 587.

Username = Your Full Email Address

7. Configure your Account options as desired on the subsequent screens and you’re done!

Should you have any issues with login ensure that your Email and Password are correct by testing those details at the following URL –

https://altmail.blacknight.com/

If not, you would need to update the password by logging into your Blacknight Control Panel –

https://cp.blacknight.com

Goto EMAIL > Select the Display Name > Change Password.

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