Samsung Galaxy J7
All Samsung devices with the Android 5.1 (Lollipop)| upgradable to 6.0.1 (Marshmallow) operating system come by default with an email application with which you can both receive and send email messages.
Before starting the email setup on your Galaxy J7 make sure you have the following information:
Estimated time: 10 minutes.
1- First step:
Find and open the mail application in your Galaxy J7, normally Samsung devices with operating system Android 5.1 (Lollipop)| upgradable to 6.0.1 (Marshmallow) come with the Gmail application installed or with Samsung's own mail application, You can use the Gmail App or the Samsung App to set up your mail, regardless of the provider, even if it's a company email with a domain of its own. If you can not find it on the home screen, drag the screen to the left or right until you find it, if it does not appear, access the Samsung Galaxy J7 menu. Your Samsung must come from the factory with an email app otherwise go to Play Store, search and download Gmail, Outlook or Blue mail.
2- Second step:
Click on the menu in the upper left corner to go to the Gmail Settings in your Galaxy J7.
3- Third step:
If you do not have any account set up in your Galaxy J7 you will see the option “Add account” otherwise click on the arrow next to the name of the current account and press “Add account”.
4- Fourth step:
At this point you can choose which email account you want to set up in your Samsung, a Google account, Outlook, Hotmail, Live, Yahoo, Exchange, Office 365 or an account with your own domain, if your case is the latter choose “Other”.
5- Fifth step:
In the case of Google, Outlook, Hotmail, Live, Yahoo, Exchange or Office 365 you only need to enter the email account and password, if you have your own domain or another mail service click on “Other” and follow the steps below.
6- Sixth step:
Select the type of account you want to configure in your Samsung Galaxy J7, IMAP or POP.
What differentiates an IMAP account from a POP or POP3?
When you set up an IMAP account in your Galaxy J7 you keep a copy of the emails in the cloud, that is, in the mail server.
If you delete an email or move it from a folder in your Samsung Galaxy J7 that change will also occur on the server and therefore on all devices that are configured with the same email account.
On the other hand, if you set your Samsung with a POP or POP3 account, the emails are downloaded to the device and can be deleted, read or changed without affecting the other devices that have the same email account.
Usually this configuration is used for shared accounts in which several people want to keep the emails that have been read by others as NOT read or for those who have the email in the mobile and on the computer and do not want the changes to be reflected in the other device.
7- Seventh step:
Enter your email account and your password, in the “username” section or user name you must enter your full email account for example: firstname.lastname@example.org.
8- Eighth step:
On the server you must enter the incoming server, normally mail.yourserver.com or imap.yourserver.com (changing yourserver.com with your domain) In any case, check with your mail provider the configuration.
9- Final step:
Enter your outgoing server or SMTP server, click next and configure the notifications options and the name that appears when sending mail from your Galaxy J7.
In your Galaxy J7 you can store your emails thanks to its internal memory 16 GB.
You can connect your Galaxy J7 through Wi-Fi thanks to its connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n| Wi-Fi Direct| hotspot and download all emails and attachments.
If you need to check the mail from your Galaxy J7 anywhere you can download using the network connection HSPA 21.1/5.76 Mbps.
If you want to remove a Google account from your Galaxy J7, either to set up a new account or to sell or give the device away, click on the following link and follow the indicated steps Delete Google account on Galaxy J7