How to Make Juno Mail on the iPhone Work

by Andy Walton

Juno's email service works on the Post Office Protocol standard, meaning that it can be configured to work with the iPhone's Mail app just like most other email accounts. However, unlike major mail providers such as Gmail and Hotmail, the iPhone does not come with Juno's server details pre-configured. So you must set your Juno server details manually -- ensuring that you use the correct server name and port number -- for the service to work on your iPhone.

1

Tap “Settings” and then “Mail, Contacts Calendars” to open the iPhone's contact account control panel.

2

Select “Add Account,” and then “Other” to bring up the Add Account menu. Tap “Add Mail Account” to begin configuring a new email account manually.

3

Enter your name, Juno email and password into the corresponding fields and then tap “Next” to open the New Account screen.

4

Enter “pop.juno.com” (without quotes) into the Incoming Mail Server Host Name field, and then enter your Juno ID and password into the Incoming Mail Server User Name and Password fields. Ensure that you only enter your Juno ID, rather than your full email address, into the User Name field.

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Enter “smtp.juno.com” (without quotes) into the Incoming Mail Server Host Name field and then tap “Next.” Select “Mail” from the following menu and then click “Save” to save your changes and return to the “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” menu.

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Select your Juno mail account, tap “Account” and then tap “Advanced” to view your account's advanced properties.

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Scroll to the Incoming Settings section and tap the “Server Port” field to edit it. Change its value to 995, and set the “Use SSL” toggle to the “on” position. This will ensure that your iPhone has the correct settings to receive Juno mail.

Warning

  • close Information in this article applies to iPhone devices running iOS 7. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.

About the Author

Andy Walton has been a technology writer since 2009, specializing in networking and mobile communications. He was previously an IT technician and product manager. Walton is based in Leicester, England, and holds a bachelor's degree in information systems from the University of Leeds.

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