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How to set up Aruba mail

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How to set up Aruba mail: Not having an e-mail address is equivalent to not being able to take advantage of one of the main means of communication today. Fortunately, you are well aware of this and, recently, you have in fact taken steps to equip yourself, relying on Aruba and its services. However, if you are here now, it is probably because you are having some problems in the first phase of use. In that case, do not worry: I am here ready and willing to give you a hand.

I want to let you know that, although apparently it may seem like an insurmountable obstacle, learning how to configure Aruba mail (or a PEC mailbox, if you have one) is actually a simple operation to carry out, which can be easily performed by anyone. , even the less experienced in computer science. Clearly, by choosing to configure the Aruba mail on a computer or smartphone, the procedure to be put into practice is slightly different, but in any case you don’t have to worry: in the following chapters I will explain everything in detail, through quick and convenient instructions.

If it is therefore your intention to succeed in this attempt, I suggest you sit down comfortably and take a few minutes of free time to read this guide. I’m willing to bet that, in the end, you’ll be ready to agree with me that setting up this email service is really a breeze. Are you ready to get started? Yup? Very well, then I just have to wish you a good reading and a good job.

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IMAP / POP3 parameters for email Aruba

In order to understand how to configure Aruba mail in an email management program or app, you first need to decide which protocol to use for the configuration, choosing between IMAP and POP3 .

If you are not aware of it, know that the IMAP protocol (which is the one I recommend you use) represents the most modern solution, as it allows the use of the same account on multiple devices at the same time , keeping messages synchronized (both incoming and outgoing) on ​​all workstations.

The POP3 protocol , on the other hand, is older and requires the use of the e-mail service on a single device , deleting messages from remote servers as soon as they are downloaded (except for the activation of special backup functions).

Having made this distinction, what you need to know are the IMAP or POP3 configuration parameters : you can find them indicated below both for the mailboxes linked to the domain (of the type mailboxname@domainname.ext ) and for the mailboxes e-mail of the type @ aruba.it or @ technet.it .

IMAP (Aruba Ordinary Post 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 POP casella Aruba domain

POP3 (Aruba ordinary mail with SSL)

  • Incoming mail server (POP3) : 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.

In short, now you are aware of the parameters relating to the SSL configuration of Aruba mail . We therefore refer to email clients that are all in all recent, or better able to support at least the TLS 1.2 version . In any case, if you encounter any problems with the configuration or you need to do everything without SSL , I can only direct you to the official guidelines related to Aruba , so that you can also stay updated on any changes.

IMAP / POP 3 parameters for PEC Aruba

Aruba PEC parameters

How do you say? You do not need the parameters for Aruba ordinary mail (i.e. those indicated in the previous chapter ), but do you need information relating to the PEC ? No problem: the ones listed below are the IMAP / POP3 parameters that you must use if you have purchased an Aruba PEC mailbox (with @ pec.it suffix ). The latter are also valid for PEC boxes linked to other domains (for example those with the suffix @ pec.domainname.xx ).

IMAP (PEC)

  • 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.

Parameters POP IMAP PEC Aruba

POP3 (PEC)

  • 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.

In case of doubts or problems related to the configuration of the PEC Aruba, I suggest you refer to the official website of Aruba , always useful to understand where you are wrong.

Set up Aruba mail on a computer

How will I configure Post Aruba your Outlook

If you intend to configure the traditional e-mail or PEC ( Aruba Mail or Aruba PEC ) mailbox using a client for a Windows or macOS computer , the first thing you need to do is start the program you have installed and which you intend to use, by doing double click on its icon .

Once this is done, you can configure the Aruba mail through the wizard for adding a new email address (which is usually displayed at the first start), clearly using in this context the IMAP or POP parameters indicated in the initial chapters of the guide .

To give you a quick example, if you are wondering how to configure Aruba mail in Outlook , simply follow the path File> Account Settings> Account Settings> E-mail> New in Microsoft Outlook , then enter your e-mail address . After that, just press the Advanced Options setting first , then tick the Allow manual account configuration option . For the rest, once you have pressed the Connect button , you can proceed to enter the parameters .

For more details, the guides to refer to are the ones on how to set up Outlook and how Outlook works. In any case, the procedure to follow is very similar for all clients . I also remind you that the two operating systems mentioned, that is Windows and macOS , have a pre-installed program used for managing e-mail. In the first case, reference is made to Mail , while in the second to Apple Mail . For all the details of the case on the procedures to follow in relation to the latter, I suggest you refer to my guide on how to configure the Aruba email.

Configure Aruba mail on smartphones and tablets

How will I configure post Aruba your Gmail

If you intend to use Aruba e-mail via third-party applications on a smartphone or tablet , the first thing you need to do is access the Home screen of your device, search for the app you are interested in and start it by tapping on its icon . . Subsequently, you will clearly have to make use of the IMAP or POP parameters explained in the previous chapters , in a similar way to what has already been expressed for PC . In any case, whether you are wondering how to set up Aruba Mail on Android or how to set up Aruba Mail on iPhone, this is the part of the guide for you.

Well, to configure the Aruba email, for example, on Gmail , simply press on the profile icon , located at the top right, press on the item Add another account , select the Other option , type the e-mail address and then click on the MANUAL CONFIGURATION item . Perfect: now you just have to enter, according to your needs, the appropriate POP or IMAP parameters , completing the form that appears on the screen. If you need more guidance, you can take a look at the official Aruba FAQ .

In any case, net of the practical example carried out in relation to Gmail, the procedure is very similar for all third-party apps . To be clear, on iPhone and iPad there is pre-installed, instead of Gmail (which is generally available on Android devices without even having to download it manually), an app called Mail . The steps to follow are very simple also in this case: when adding the account, just choose the Other option and then type the POP or IMAP parameters of Aruba, following the instructions that appear on the screen. In short, I’m sure you won’t have any particular problems from this point of view.

For the rest, at this point you should finally be able to configure Aruba mail on your computer or smartphone / tablet, through the use of any client or app. Do you want to check that everything went well? In this context, you can simply take a look at the Inbox or Inbox section to make sure your emails are there. Alternatively, you can try to send a new email , perhaps following the instructions I gave you in my guide on how to send a PEC with Aruba.

Access Aruba mail without configuration

Access Aruba mail without configuration

In case you just can’t get over the Aruba email configuration using third-party programs and apps or you are simply looking for simpler methods to use email , I will immediately provide you with quick indications that could make you much less cumbersome. the process.

In fact, you must know that you can manage your Aruba e-mail address even without configuration parameters , but simply using your e-mail address and password . How? Very simple: you can go directly through the browser or through official Aruba mobile applications . In the first case, simply use the convenient Webmail service : this is the login page for Aruba Mail (ordinary mail), while this is the login page for Aruba PEC . In the second case, the official Aruba Webmail apps ( Android /iPhone e iPad) e Aruba PEC Mobile (Android/iPhone e iPad).

Log in in these cases, as already mentioned, is child’s play (just enter your e-mail address and password), so you will hardly have problems from that point of view. In addition, you can always refer to the Aruba guidelines related to mobile devices , so as to dispel any doubts. Net of this, if you are planning to go for mobile apps, you might be interested in taking a look at my guides on how to download apps on Android and how to download apps on iPhone. Furthermore, as regards Android devices without Google services, the guide to be explored is the one relating to how to install apps on HUAWEI.