Standard Email Messaging Ports Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+

Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on Standard Email Messaging Ports Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+:


The Samsung Galaxy S9 makes it one stride further. The most extreme screen resolution on the Samsung Galaxy S9 is 2,960×1,440 pixels (otherwise called WQHD+). You have the freedom to modify the resolution of your phone screen, to preserve battery life. The screen resolution can be brought down to 1,480×720 pixels, which still falls under the HD classification.

The new Samsung Galaxy S9 device has not had any outline upgrades from its predecessors. Your fresh out of the plastic new Samsung Galaxy S9 will convey a similar edge to edge innovation with WQHD+ super AMOLED Infinity displays.

The back panel has had a few changes made, be that as it may. A finger sensor has been placed beneath the camera. The Samsung Galaxy S9 accompanies another Intelligent Scan Technology. It comprises of a bio-metric feature that makes utilization of your face and iris to open / unlock the phone. This should likewise be possible in testing lighting conditions like in entire haziness or even under serious daylight. This could turn out to be a distinct advantage of the smartphone.


The following info applies to advanced email settings:


These port settings should be provided by your email provider or corporate admin:

POP3: 110
IMAP: 143
SMTP: 25
Secure SMTP (SSMTP): 465
Secure IMAP (IMAP4-SSL): 585
IMAP4 over SSL (IMAPS): 993
Secure POP3 (SSL-POP): 99

To use a non-standard port, add a colon (:) followed by the port number to the end of the server name.

For example, if your incoming mail server ( communicates via port 115, the server would be configured as
ISP/SMTP providers: may require Authenticated SMTP (ASMTP).

Note ASMTP uses some form of authentication (username/password, IP address, etc.) to verify that a sender is authorized to send messages using that particular server.

If the provider uses an IP address or IP range for authentication, you must establish a dial-up connection to the ISP/SMTP provider. This ensures you are assigned a valid IP address for authentication. Otherwise, attempts to send fail.

If the provider uses a username/password combination to authenticate senders:
The combination must be valid for both the incoming and outgoing servers.

Some email clients do not support ASMTP that is independent of the incoming username/password. In these cases, you may not be able to retrieve email from one provider and send using another.
To obtain individual server settings, refer to Common Email Server Addresses.


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