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How to Set Up your Email Account on Newton for Android

Newton is a fantastic email app available on Android and iOS. Offering advanced features like reading receipts, recap, scheduled mail, and a lot more, if you find yourself balancing a lot of mail in your inbox, Newton might be for you!

By the end of this knowledge base article you will know how to add your first IMAP email account to Newton, as well as how to add additional IMAP email accounts.

 

How to add your first IMAP Email Account to Newton on Android

Step 1: If you haven’t downloaded and installed Newton yet, you can click here to open the Play Store and do that. The first time you open the app, you will see a screen that looks like the one below.

This knowledgebase article assumes we don’t already have a Newton account, so we’re going to tap Get Started.

Step 2: Newton is able to connect to many different email services. On the next screen you will be presented with a list of services. Tap IMAP to proceed.

Step 3: On the next screen, you will be prompted to enter your IMAP account information.

Under Your Name, enter the name you want others to see when you send mail via Newton on this phone.

Enter the email address you are adding as [email protected] and then enter the password for that account.

For IMAP Server Address enter mail.yourdomain.tld
For SMTP Server Address enter mail.yourdomain.tld

Make sure the checkbox next to Use secure connection (SSL) is checked. Your settings should look similar to the ones below:

After confirming your settings are correct, scroll down a bit, complete their “captcha”, then tap the blue Add button.

Note:

The icon you need to select to prove you are not a robot will be randomly chosen.

Step 4: Newton will verify the account and server information you’ve entered, then you will be given the chance to create a Newton account.

Important Note About Newton:

Newton is a paid service/app. Creating a Newton account is non-optional.

Enter a password for your new Newton account, then tap the green Sign Up button to finish.

After tapping Sign Up, you will be taken to your Newton Inbox.

And that’s it! Now you know how to add your first IMAP Email Account in Newton on Android!

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Adding additional IMAP Email Accounts to Newton on Android

Step 1: Open Newton and in the top left corner tap the ≡ icon (hamburger menu).

Step 2: Tap the ⚙ cog to open Newton’s Settings.

Step 3: Tap Email Accounts

Step 4: Tap Add More

Step 5: You will be presented with a list of account types. Tap IMAP to proceed.

Step 6: Enter your name as you wish others to see it when you send mail from Newton using this device.

Also enter the email address for the account you are adding as [email protected], then tap the blue Next button to proceed.

Step 7: Enter the password for the email account you are adding.

Under IMAP Server Address, enter mail.yourdomain.tld

Under Security & Port, ensure SSL is selected and port 993 is used.

Tap the blue Next button to continue.

Step 8: Enter your SMTP User Name as the account you’re adding – [email protected] as well as the password for that account.

Under SMTP Server Address enter mail.yourdomain.tld

Under Security & Port, ensure SSL is selected and port 465 is used.

Tap the blue Add button to finish.

Step 9: Newton will check the account and server settings you’ve entered and if they are correct, you will be taken back to the Add Account screen.

And that’s it! Now you know how to add additional IMAP Email Accounts to Newton on Android!

We hope this was helpful! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment, open a ticket from your Client Area, or hit us up on Live Chat 24×7.

Updated on April 13, 2022

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