Email processing services are among the essential features found among modern smartphones. With the advanced email feature, people can now access and manage important emails anytime and anywhere. All that’s needed to get started is to set up the email account on the phone and you’re good to go. There are two main types of email accounts you can set up on your device and that include a personal email and a corporate email account. This quick guide will walk you through the entire process of setting up the latter type on the new Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone. Here’s how to add and set up a corporate email on Galaxy S20.
Among the many benefits of utilizing this email service is that corporate email offers hosted email for business, with premier disaster recovery capabilities, globally redundant servers and a team of security experts that monitor Exchange online 24/7 just to ensure that your data is secured.
Read on and help yourself get started with the Galaxy S20 business email processing.
Easy steps to add and set up Corporate Email on Galaxy S20
Time Needed : 10 minutes
Outlined below are the standard steps depicting the entire process of adding and setting up a corporate email account on the new Samsung Galaxy S20 handset. Before you proceed, check and ensure that your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi network and has a stable internet connection. Network connectivity issues will result in email setup errors as your device couldn't get access to or communicate with the email servers.
- Tap the Google folder from the Home screen to get started.
A menu consisting of Google services will be displayed.
- Tap Gmail.
You'll be routed to the Gmail inbox.
- Tap the Quick Menu or Navigation icon on the top-left side of the screen.
It's represented by a three-vertical line figure next to the Search mail text field.
A list of sub-items from the Gmail menu will then populate.
- Scroll down to and tap Settings.
General settings, existing email account settings and the option to Add account will show up next.
- Tap Add account to continue.
This will lead you to the Set up email screen wherein you can find different corporate email service providers.
- Select Exchange and Office 365 from the given option.
This is a widely used business class email service created by Microsoft for corporate email accounts.
- On the next screen, enter your email address on the provided text field.
Be sure to type the complete email address you'd like to set up. This means it should include the @company.com. For example, [email protected].
If you prefer, there's also an option for you to set up the email account manually. However, this will require you to manually enter or re-configure the server settings, port numbers and other important information according to your company's server settings.
To proceed with this guide, we'll go for an automatic setup. Thus, tap Next to continue with automatic email setup.
On the next screen, you'll be asked to enter the email account password.
- Tap on the password field then type in the correct password for your corporate email account.
In case you forget the password, you can retrieve it using the Forgot my password link provided on the same screen.
After typing in the password, tap Done on the virtual keyboard to proceed.
The Gmail app permission details will then show up.
- Review the account details on the email setup menu then tap Next.
Then read and review the permissions requested by the app and then tap the Accept button to grant or allow.
Your email account will then be created. If the account was successfully added, you will see a message that says, Your account is ready to go or something similar.
- Tap Done to save and complete the entire corporate email setup process.
You can also indicate an account alias and a name to show up on all your outgoing emails if you want. All you have to do is make a few additional changes to your email account settings to make things work accordingly.
- Android 10, One UI 2.0 and up
- Galaxy S20
- Galaxy S20 Plus
If you prefer carrying out a manual email setup, talk to your carrier or work administrator to secure all the required network details and server settings to use during setup.
In the case where email setup errors are encountered, read and review the warning message to figure out what went wrong. Error prompts are typically programmed to help end-users identify the underlying cause and come up with the solution. If you see any error code, take note of the code as it usually has a corresponding error description.
For further assistance in resolving email setup issues when attempting to add a corporate email on your Galaxy S20, you can reach out to your email service provider’s technical department.
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