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How to Access your Btinternet.com BT Mail email with IMAP

If you are attempting to configure your Btinternet.com (BT Mail) account using IMAP settings on various devices, then this blog has you covered. Below mentioned is everything you need to know and learn about the Btinternet.com (BT Mail) IMAP Settings. Furthermore, apart from IMAP, users can access their BT Webmail account via SMTP, and POP3 settings on Android, iPad, Outlook, Gmail, Thunderbird, Windows Mail, and other apps. You can configure your BT Webmail Account by copying the IMAP Account Settings for Btinternet.com Mail details below.

Outlook Guide to setup BT Internet Mail

Starting the list of the process with Outlook. Therefore, adhere to the below direction precisely for the same.   

  1. Open Outlook, tap on the File tab and click on the category information Account Settings
  2. Now, click on the tab Email on New.
  3. Then, click on Server Settings and tap Next.
  4. Select Internet Email Addresses, then click Next and submit the following information among user data:
  5. Your name: Your full name.
  6. Email Address: your BT Internet email address.
  7. After that, in the empty ‘Type Account’ filed below Server Information, select IMAP and enter the following information:
  8. Incoming e-mail: mail.btinternet.com
  9. Incoming port: 993
  10. Outgoing email: mail.btinternet.com
  11. Outgoing port: 587
  12. Now, under Login Information, submit the following settings:
  13. E-mail: your BT Internet email-address
  14. Password: your BT Internet email-password
  15. Login with security: SSL
  16. Lastly, click on Test Account Settings. Moreover, if everything goes well, tap next and then finish.

Btinternet Email Settings for Android

  • Open the Email or Gmail app on the Android Home screen (This setup may vary depending on the model and version).
  • If you already use this app to access other email accounts, go to Menu from the top three lines, tap settings, and then select Add Account.
  • In the Setup email section, click Other.
  • After entering your btinternet.com email address, select Manual Setup.
  • Next, select the IMAP account.
  • On the incoming server settings screen, enter the information listed below.
  • Username: Your email address is your username
  • Password: Your account password
  • IMAP server: mail.btinternet.com
  • Security type: SSL (Make sure SSL encryption is enabled for the incoming mail server)
  • Port: 993 Click Next Button
  • Now, enter the below-mentioned details on the outgoing server settings screen.
  • SMTP server: mail.btinternet.com
  • Port: 465
  • Security type: SSL (Ensure SSL encryption is enabled for the outgoing mail server). Click Next Button
  • Then, choose Email check frequency (preferably every 15 minutes).
  • Finally, keep a name for your account, Press Done, and you can send and receive btinternet.com email on your Android device.

Btinternet Email Settings for iPhone

  • Start by navigating to the iPhone settings option.
  • Next, scroll down and click on the Mail, Contacts, and Calendars option.
  • Select Add Account from the drop-down menu below iCloud under the other tab (only use this option if your btinternet.com email provider isn’t already listed here).
  • Select Add Mail Account, then fill out the following information.
  • Name: Your Name
  • Email: Your email address is your username
  • Password: Your btinternet.com account password
  • Description: Whatever you want
  • Then, hit the Next button.
  • Next, opt for IMAP under the incoming mail server and enter the following credentials.
  • Hostname: mail.btinternet.com
  • Username: Your email address is your username
  • Password: Your btinternet.com account password
  • Submit the following details on the outgoing mail server.
  • Hostname: mail.btinternet.com
  • Username: Your email address is your username
  • Password: Your btinternet.com account password
  • Tap on the Save Button
  • Enter the following information under incoming settings by going to settings > Your Btinternet account > Advanced.
  • Use SSL: Yes
  • Authentication: Password
  • Server Port: 993
  • Enter the following details under outgoing settings.
  • Use SSL: Yes
  • Authentication: Password
  • Server Port: 465
  • When the setup is complete, you can send and receive btinternet.com email on your iPhone device.
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