If you're a busy health professional, then you might want the convenience of accessing your National Health Service e-mail from your Apple iPhone mobile device. NHS.net is an e-mail service for doctors, nurses and health workers employed by the National Health Service in the United Kingdom. The NHS.net service supports around 200 mobile devices, including the iPhone. Set up NHS.net e-mail on your iPhone from the device's Settings menu.
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Tap the "Settings" icon on the iPhone's display screen. Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" from the Settings menu.
Tap "Add Account" in the "Accounts" section. Select "Other" from the account types list. Tap "Add Mail Account."
Type your name as you want to display it on the NHS e-mails you send into the "Name" input field. Enter your full NHS.net e-mail address and account login password into the relevant input boxes. Tap "Next."
Enter "eas.nhs.net" into the "Host Name" input box under "Incoming Mail Server (POP3)." Enter your NHS.net password and username into the relevant fields. Type "eas.nhs.net" into the "Host Name" input box under "Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)." Tap "Save."
Tap the "Advanced" button. Set both "Outgoing Uses SSL" and "Incoming Uses SSL" to the "ON" position by swiping the tab with your finger. Tap the "Save" button.
Tap "Settings" at the top of the screen until you return to the "Mail, Contacts, Calendar" account settings page. Tap your NHS.net e-mail account from the listed accounts. Move the tab under the "Account" heading from "OFF" to "ON" position. Tap "Done" to activate the NHS.net e-mail account on your iPhone.
Tips and warnings
- Access your NHS.net e-mail account to receive and send e-mail by tapping the "Mail" application on the iPhone's home screen.
- If you have problems connecting to NHS.net, contact your local NHS IT department for assistance.
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