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How to configure Aruba mail: Nowadays, not having an e-mail address means not having at your disposal one of the main means of communication of the modern age. You too are well aware of this, as are many other users. In this context, you have therefore finally decided to create your own e-mail account. By following a few tips, in the end you have chosen to rely on Aruba and its services for your inbox.

However, you haven’t quite understood how to set up Aruba email , whether it’s ordinary email or certified e-mail. I understand: on the other hand, the services offered by the well-known provider are now accessible from many devices and configuration may not always be as quick as you would like. Either way, don’t worry – this tutorial is here to direct you towards your goal.

In any case, I want to reassure you right away: carrying out this operation is very simple: you just need to put in place a minimum of patience and attention. How do you say? Are you ready to proceed? Yup? Perfect, then you just have to follow the instructions below carefully. Having said that, there is nothing left for me to do, except wish you good reading!

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Parameters to configure Aruba mail

In a guide dedicated to the procedure on how to configure Aruba email , I can only start from the more “classic” method, still used by many today. I am referring to the possibility of passing for an e-mail client (ie a program designed to manage the latter). Before indicating the quickest solutions from this point of view, however, it is important to specify the IMAP and POP3 parameters of Aruba , or the “coordinates” you need to access the service.

Clearly the question varies depending on which protocol you choose to use, whether IMAP or POP3 . In any case, I quickly remind you that the IMAP protocol allows the use of the same account on multiple devices at the same time, keeping messages synchronized (both incoming and outgoing) on ​​all workstations, while the POP3 protocol is older and provides the use of the e-mail service on a single device , in fact by deleting messages from remote servers as soon as they are downloaded to the PC (except for the activation of specific backup functions).

Having made this necessary distinction, it seems clear to me that I recommend you use IMAP . For the rest, in order to configure the Aruba e-mail address within the appropriate program you have chosen, you must use the parameters indicated below. In this first chapter I limit myself to explaining the “coordinates” relating to the e-mail boxes linked to a domain (of the type boxname@domainname.ext) and to the free e-mail boxes with the suffix @ aruba.it or @ technet.it .

IMAP (Aruba ordinary email with SSL)

  • Incoming mail server (IMAP) : imaps.aruba.it for domain mailboxes or imap.aruba.it for @ aruba.it or @ technet.it mailboxes;
  • Port : 993;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtps.aruba.it for domain mailboxes or smtp.aruba.it for @ aruba.it or @ technet.it mailboxes);
  • Port : 465;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes,
  • Full name or display name : [Your name];
  • Account name or Username : Aruba e-mail address (e.g. name@aruba.it);
  • E-mail address: Aruba e-mail address (e.g. name@aruba.it);
  • Password : password chosen when creating the Aruba mailbox.

IMAP and POP3 parameters Aruba ordinary mail

POP3 (ordinary Aruba email with SSL)

  • Incoming mail server (IMAP) : pop3s.aruba.it for domain mailboxes or pop3.aruba.it for @ aruba.it or @ technet.it mailboxes;
  • Port : 995;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP) : smtps.aruba.it for domain mailboxes or smtp.aruba.it for @ aruba.it or @ technet.it mailboxes,
  • Port : 465;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Full name or display name : [Your name];
  • Account name or Username : Aruba e-mail address (e.g. name@aruba.it);
  • E-mail address: Aruba e-mail address (e.g. name@aruba.it);
  • Password : password chosen when creating the Aruba mailbox.

The parameters mentioned refer to an SSL configuration (therefore relating to “recent” e-mail clients, which support at least the TLS 1.2 version), but in case of problems or a configuration without SSL you can refer to the official Aruba related FAQ to ordinary mail , in order to always find updated details on the required parameters.

Parameters to configure Aruba PEC

Parameters to configure Aruba PEC

How do you say? Do you have an Aruba PEC account (with @ pec.it suffix )? Similarly to what was explained in the previous chapter , if you want to pass for an e-mail client you need the right parameters (which may be different from those relating to the ordinary mail service).

IMAP (PEC Aruba)

  • Incoming mail server (IMAP) : imaps.pec.aruba.it;
  • Port : 993;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP) : smtps.pec.aruba.it;
  • Port : 465;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Full name or display name : [Your name];
  • Account name or Username : Aruba PEC e-mail address (eg name@pec.it);
  • E-mail address: Aruba PEC e-mail address (e.g. name@pec.it);
  • Password : password chosen when creating the Aruba PEC account.

IMAP and POP3 Aruba PEC parameters

POP3 (PEC Aruba)

  • Incoming mail server (IMAP) : pop3s.pec.aruba.it;
  • Port : 995;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP) : smtps.pec.aruba.it;
  • Port : 465;
  • Requires SSL : yes;
  • Requires authentication : yes;
  • Full name or display name : [Your name];
  • Account name or Username : Aruba PEC e-mail address (e.g. name@pec.it);
  • E-mail address: Aruba PEC e-mail address (e.g. name@pec.it);
  • Password : password chosen when creating the Aruba PEC account.

The above parameters are valid both for addresses with @ pec.it suffix and for PEC boxes linked to other domains (with @ pec.domainname.xx suffix ). Should you encounter any problems, you may want to take a look at the information on the official Aruba web portal , in order to make use of the most up-to-date parameters available and dispel any doubts.

Configure Aruba mail on your computer

To access the Aruba mailboxes, you can use the browser directly : for traditional mailboxes (including those connected to a domain) just contact the appropriate Webmail panel , while for PEC mailboxes just log in to the appropriate site Official Aruba website . Obviously, just enter your e-mail address and password , then pressing the LOG IN button : nothing simpler and there are no configurations to do (on the other hand, the more “modern” methods, just like the Webmail service, can be very useful useful).

In any case, if you have come this far it seems clear to me that you do not want to use the Web version of Aruba Mail (which I explained in detail how to use in my tutorial on how to send a PEC), but you intend to go through your client favorite mail , right? Well, then I’ll explain immediately how you can quickly configure your Aruba e-mail address for some of the most popular programs in the PC field. Clearly the parameters that you will have to enter are those that I indicated in the initial chapters of the guide , choosing according to your needs those relating to ordinary mail or certified e-mail.

Mail (Windows)

How to configure Mail Windows 11 Aruba

If you’re wondering how to set up Aruba email on Windows 10 (or Windows 11 / Windows 8.1), I recommend going straight for the pre-installed app called Mail . The latter, in fact, can easily be used to manage the e-mail address as it should.

The configuration is extremely quick to carry out: just start the Mail app from the Start menu (using the appropriate icon or by searching) and click on the gear icon at the bottom left, then first selecting the option Manage account and then Add account (alternatively, if you have never used this app, generally just press the Add account button ).

After that, you just have to select the Advanced configuration item from the window that appears on the screen, click on the Internet Mail option and fill in the form that is proposed with the IMAP or POP3 parameters . For more information, I refer you to my general guide on how to set up email on your PC.

Apple Mail (macOS)

How to configure Aruba Mac Apple Mail

If you are wondering how to configure Aruba mail on Mac , you should know that it is all very simple, as the operating system of Apple computers has a pre-installed client called Apple Mail .

To proceed, then access the Launchpad and press the Mail icon . Once the program is started, if you have never used it, a window will appear on the screen to choose the type of e-mail to configure. Select, therefore, the option Other Mail account (if you have already used the app in the past, you can also find it by following the path Mail> Preferences> Accounts> + ) and fill in the form that appears on the screen. Initially, you may only be asked for an e-mail address and password , but then you will see that to proceed you will need to use the PEC or IMAP parameters .

Perfect, now you are aware of the main methods related to pre-installed apps to manage the Aruba email address directly from your computer. In case it is of your interest to verify that everything went the right way, I suggest you take a look at the Inbox or Inbox section , making sure that your e-mail messages are present and / or send a new message following the instructions I gave you in my guide on how to write an email.

Microsoft Outlook (Windows / Mac)

How to configure Aruba mail in Microsoft Outlook

If you use Microsoft Outlook , which is the official client of the Redmond company that I covered in my guide on how to download Outlook, available for both Windows and macOS , configuring the Aruba email is a breeze.

In fact, once the program has been started, just go to the File menu located at the top left and press first on the Account Settings box and then on the Account Settings option . By doing so, a window will appear on the screen: checking that the E- mail tab is selected , then click on the New button , type the Aruba e-mail address in the appropriate field, click on the Advanced options item and put the check mark next to the item Allow manual configuration of the account , then pressing the Connect button. If you have never used this client before, you will probably be prompted to perform only the last mentioned operations.

At this point, you just have to choose between the POP or IMAP options , depending on the protocol you want to use, and fill in the form that appears on the screen with the requested information. Then just press the Next / Connect button , according to your needs, in order to configure all the parameters of the case. The procedure to follow may change according to your needs and the version of the program involved, but it is nothing complex. For more details, you may want to refer to my tutorials on how Outlook works and how to set up Outlook.

In short, now you know a little about all the main clients that are usually used for this purpose. However, if you want to deepen the subject further , you can refer to my tutorial on programs to manage e-mail, in which I have also indicated other solutions that could be useful to you (on the other hand, you shouldn’t have particular problems using another any client, as, as you have surely noticed, the procedure to follow to configure the Aruba email in this way is more or less always the same).

How to configure Aruba mail on smartphones and tablets

After explaining how to configure Aruba email on your PC , I think it is right to also focus on the world of mobile devices, as the latter are increasingly used for managing email. Whether you have a smartphone or a tablet , this is the part of the guide for you.

Trust me: net of the possibility of using the Webmail functionality that I have already mentioned above, the use of special apps is probably the simplest method to exploit your Aruba address properly and without too many problems. Clearly, I am going to make a division between the procedure for Android and iPad and iPhone devices , so that you can proceed from your trusted smartphone or tablet.

How to set up Aruba mail on Android

How to set up Aruba mail on Android

Using your email address on any Android device is a very quick operation to do. In fact, you should know that Aruba provides special apps for this purpose .

More precisely, as regards ordinary mail , the application to download is called WebMail Aruba.it . If, on the other hand, your interest is to manage the PEC address in this way , the app you need to refer to is called Aruba PEC Mobile . Both applications can be downloaded for free directly from the Google Play Store (if you need directions to proceed with the download, you can find what you are looking for in my tutorial on how to download applications on Android). In case you have an Android device without Google services , you might be interested in taking a look at my guide on how to install apps on HUAWEI.

In any case, the operation of both apps is “mirrored”: once you have opened the app you are interested in, you just need to type in your e-mail address and password , thus logging in. You will see: accessing your email this way is child’s play, so I’m sure you won’t have any problems, as the procedure is essentially the one you use for WebMail, so no further parameters are required.

In this regard, the IMAP and POP parameters mentioned in the initial chapters are instead required if you intend to make use of a third-party client . For example, if you are wondering how to set up Aruba email in Outlook for Android or how to set up Aruba email in Gmail , all you have to do is simply set it up manually , similar to what was explained for PC .

How to configure Aruba email on Gmail

To be clear, on Gmail , an app often pre-installed on Android, simply tap on the account icon located at the top right, select the Add another account option, press the Other option , type the e-mail address and tap on the MANUAL CONFIGURATION option , located at the bottom left. Perfect, now you will be asked if you want to proceed via POP or IMAP and then you just have to fill in the required form to configure everything properly. In short, it is not anything complicated and for more information you can possibly take a look at theofficial Aruba guidelines .

In any case, clearly my advice is to go through the official Aruba apps , in order to manage everything as expected by the provider, but now you are also aware of how manual configurations are usually carried out with third-party clients.

How to set up Aruba mail on iPhone

How to set up Aruba mail on iPhone

The easiest way to access Aruba mailboxes from an iPhone is obviously to use the official Aruba apps, just like on Android . Clearly the methods to use are almost the same and what I am about to explain is valid even if you are wondering how to configure Aruba mail on iPad .

The only difference with what is indicated for Android is that in this case the WebMail Aruba.it and Aruba PEC Mobile apps must be downloaded from the Apple App Store . You may therefore want to consult my guide on how to download applications on iPhone, in case you have any doubts about it.

For the rest, if the official Aruba apps do not satisfy you, I remind you you can access your mailboxes using third-party clients , such as the pre-installed Mail app (just add an account and selecting the option Other , then inserting the appropriate Aruba POP and IMAP parameters indicated in the initial chapters of the tutorial ).

Put simply, configuring your Aruba e-mail address is never an operation: simply, just keep in mind the precautions I have indicated here. For the rest, in case you need further information on the subject, I remind you that you can still refer to the official Aruba portal , a source that is always useful to dispel doubts about the use of the well-known provider’s e-mail.