The iPhone features a built-in mail application that allows you to send and receive e-mails from Post Office Protocol (POP3) compatible accounts. Go Daddy is an Internet domain registrar and Web hosting company that offers a variety of POP3 compatible e-mail accounts. You can easily set-up your Go Daddy e-mail on your iPhone's mail application.
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Things you need
- Wi-Fi or cellular data connection
Open a Web browser on your computer and go to Go Daddy's Web-based e-mail portal: email.secureserver.net
Click on the "Help" option from the e-mail client and select "Email Client Settings." Write down your incoming and outgoing server information.
Tap the "Settings" icon on your iPhone and select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars."
Select "Add account" and then tap "Other." Select "Add Mail Account."
Type your name, full e-mail address, your case-sensitive password and a description of your Go Daddy e-mail account in the appropriate fields. Tap "Next."
Select "POP" and then type the incoming server information you wrote down in Step 2. Tap "Next." Type the outgoing server information you wrote down in Step 2. Tap "Next."
Wait while your iPhone communicates with Go Daddy's servers and authenticates your e-mail account. Your iPhone will prompt you when this process is complete and your e-mail is ready to use.
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