Add an Account You can add your account by tapping (o o o) | Various Account Settings | Add Account (+) | Add Other Account: If you can find your provider in the list, tap your provider | Enter your Email and Password | Next. If you can’t find your provider in the list, tap […]
What are Aliases? An Alias is an alternate email address that points to your existing email account. This means that an email sent to your alias would appear in the same email inbox as your main email address. You can also send an email from your alternate email address without switching accounts. From talking to home buyers, […]
You can add your account manually by using Grid Menu | Manage Account Settings | Add Account | Other Email, then follow those steps: Fill Email address and Password. Uncheck Automatic and Next. Fully configuring your incoming and outgoing settings and Done. There you go!
You can set your default “From” address when sending an email by tapping (o o o) | Various Account Settings | Default Address, and choose your preferred account.
To select which account’s unread count to present on the BlueMail app icon, tap More (o o o) | Global Settings | Unread Count and select the account you wish to use. Make sure that the setting “Badge App Icon” on your iOS device has been enabled for BlueMail.
You can select your active account from the picker located on the top center of your screen. Alternatively, you can also tap the top left corner menu and then choose your account from the account list.
BlueMail for iOS uses the highest privacy & security authentication available for your provider. Some providers such as Gmail and Outlook, support OAuth, which means BlueMail for iOS will not have access to your username and password at all! Instead you will approve BlueMail for iOS as an application, and let it access your mail, as long as you like. This process involves […]
The Unified Inbox allows you to manage all your accounts from a single inbox. Colors help to differentiate each account so you can visually identify each account quickly.
With BlueMail for iOS you can configure multiple accounts from many different providers. You can access each separately or use the Unified Inbox to manage all from one place.
For various security reasons, you cannot change the password associated with the account from within BlueMail. However, for certain providers that do not support OAuth, you can update the password for an existing account on BlueMail to match the provider’s servers by tapping (o o o) | Various Account Settings | tap the account you want to update | Password.