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If you've run the Email app before, you see the Email inbox and you're done.
If you haven't yet run the Email app, the first screen you see is Account Setup.
If you're lucky, everything is connected and you can move on to Step 5. Otherwise, you have to specify the details as provided by your ISP, including the incoming and outgoing server information, often known by the bewildering acronyms POP3 and SMTP. Plod through the steps on the screen, although the tablet really just wants to know the incoming and outgoing server names.
Your ISP most likely has a support web page for setting up e-mail accounts. That page may list specific account setup information for an Android device. Use it.
You might want to reset the Inbox Checking Frequency option to something other than 15 minutes.
If the account will be your main e-mail account, place a check mark next to the Send Email from This Account By Default option.
The account is given the name of the mail server, which may not ring a bell when you receive your e-mail.
The Your Name field lists your name as it's applied to outgoing messages. So if your name is really, say, Cornelius the Magnificent and not wally78, you can make that change now.
Posted on Apr 27, 2017
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