⚠️ These settings for email accounts are only valid for Cloud servers with Linux Debian 10 or higher operating system versions. ⚠️
The iPhone email configuration is a little different from that of Android, so we must pay special attention to certain details so that it does not give an error.
The data that we must take into account for the configuration of the email account are the following:
It is very important that we take this first detail into account: the mail settings on Mac cannot be done via the TLS security protocol, but rather via SSL. It is an equal security protocol, however, it is not the one that has been standardized for mail servers. Even so, it is possible that Mac does not accept the settings with security protocols, so we will have to leave it disabled for some accounts.
In phone settings, we look for the option "Passwords and accounts":
Once opened, we select "Add account":
In the account selection panel, we choose the "Other" option:
We select "Add email account" within the MAIL option:
The email account creation wizard will open. In this step we must fill in the information requested.
It is very important to bear in mind that in the "Name" section, we will not put our name, but the email account. Once all the fields have been filled in, click on "Next":
In this section, it will ask us to indicate which input protocol we want to use (IMAP or POP3) and it will ask us to fill in the data of host of incoming and outgoing mail, name of user and, again, that we enter the password access.
In username, we will put, again, our email account to configure.
Once all the fields have been filled in, click on "Next":
We remember that from SWPanel you will not be able to see the information about the email account password, because in compliance with the ISO 27001, the LOPD and the RGPD, we do not store or provide personal codes, just as we do not have access to email account passwords we don't even provide them.
If you have an SSL certificate for mail, an alert will appear indicating that the certificate is not reliable, because it does not come from any "trusted" account, such as Outlook or Gmail. We must press "Trust" to accept the certificate..
Finally, our account settings should look like the following, with everything in "Ok":
We select which applications we want to synchronize and click on "Save" to finish the configuration:
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