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How to set up Free Mail on iPhone

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How to set up Free Mail on iPhone: Do you have an email account with Libero, have you recently purchased an iPhone and, therefore, would you like to understand how to configure the use of your email on the “iPhone by”? It seems to me more than legitimate! Given the circumstances, then I am happy to let you know that you have landed on the right guide at the right time. In the following lines, in fact, you will find explained, by thread and by sign, how to set up Free email on iPhone.

Depending on what your needs and preferences are, you have three alternatives to succeed in your intent: you can use the official Libero Mail app, you can use the Mail app available “as standard” on all iOS devices or you can contact any other third-party application for managing e-mail. It is up to you to choose.

Is it possible to know why you are still standing there? Courage: make yourself comfortable, take all the time you need to concentrate on this tutorial and, above all, try to put into practice the “tips” I am about to give you. You will see that, in the end, you will be able to say that you are very happy with the result obtained. There is nothing left for me to do but wish you happy reading!

How to set up Libero email on iPhone: Libero Mail

To begin with, let’s find out how to set up Free email on iPhone using the app Libero mailwhich is the one made officially available by Libero and which can be used without having to perform any particular configuration: just enter the Libero email address and its password and it is ready to use!

To use the Libero Mail app, first download it to your iPhone. To do this, take your “iPhone by” unlock it, start theApp Store selecting the relative icon (the one with the white “A” on the blue background), access the section Search for by touching the appropriate wording at the bottom, type “Free email” in the text field at the top and select the first one suggestion proposed.

Now that you see the section of the App Store relating to the Libero Mail appproceed with the installation of the same, by tapping on the button Getso on that Install and authorizing the download via Face ID, Touch ID or Apple ID password. Next, launch the app by selecting its icon that has been added to the iOS home screen and / or App Library.

Once the Libero Mail main screen is displayed, type your Libero mail account in the field E-mail that you find in the center, press the button Go onenter the password associated in the field provided and then press the button Log in. Then decide whether or not to enable the reception of notifications from the app and you will finally find yourself in front of your inbox.

So follow the brief introductory tutorial proposed and you can immediately start using your Libero email. In any case, in the center you will find the list of emails in the folder of your interest that you can open by pressing on it, at the top there is the menu to filter the display of messages and the button to search by keyword, while at the bottom there is are the buttons to access the various account folders, the one to start composing a new message and the one to access the account and app settings.

How to set up Free email on iPhone: Mail

Free Mail iPhone

If, on the other hand, you are wondering how to set up Free email on iPhone X, how to set free email on iPhone 7 or on any other model of “iPhone by” using Mail, the client available “standard” on iOS, I inform you that you have to worry about configuring your account in advance in the device settings. How you do it? I’ll explain it to you right away! It is not difficult.

First, take your iPhone, unlock it, access the home screen and / or the iOS App Library and access the section Settings selecting the relative icon (the one in the shape of gear wheel), then scroll down the new screen displayed and select the item Mailthen that Account and press on the wording Add account.

In the new screen that is now shown to you, tap the item Otherthen that Add Mail Account and fill out the proposed form by entering in the field First name your first and last name, in the field E-mail your Libero email address, in the field Password the password associated with your Libero email account and typing Free in the field Description (should be filled in automatically). Next, tap on the item Forward located at the top right.

Once this is done, the procedure will start to automatically find the parameters necessary for the configuration of your mailbox. If at the end of the process a message appears indicating the impossibility of finding the parameters to set Free email on iPhone, you can remedy it by filling in the fields visible on the screen by hand.

Then tap on the label IMAP placed at the top and fill in the fields below the entry Incoming mail server typing imapmail.libero.it in correspondence with the item Host nameyour e-mail address corresponding to the item Username and the password associated with your Libero mail account corresponding to the item Password.

Instead, fill in the fields below the entry Outgoing mail server typing smtp.libero.it in correspondence with the item Host nameyour e-mail address corresponding to the item Username and the password associated with your Libero mail account corresponding to the item Password. To conclude, then, press the button Forward that you find located in the upper right part of the screen that is shown to you and on that Save twice in a row.

What I have just indicated to you are the “coordinates” to set the Libero email on iPhone via protocol IMAPwhich represents the most modern standard for accessing e-mail boxes, allows you to synchronize incoming and outgoing messages on multiple devices and always keeps a copy of messages on remote servers.

Alternatively, if you want, you can also use the protocol POP3, which is obsolete and allows you to use your account on only one device at a time. Another of its downsides is that it deletes messages from remote servers once they are downloaded locally to your computer.

If you nevertheless want to set up your Libero account using the protocol in question, tap on the label POP placed at the top and fill in the fields below the entry Incoming mail server typing popmail.libero.it in correspondence with the item Host nameyour e-mail address corresponding to the item Username and the password associated with your account in correspondence with the entry Password.

Instead, fill in the fields below the entry Outgoing mail server typing smtp.libero.it in correspondence with the item Host nameyour e-mail address corresponding to the item Username and the password associated with your Libero mail account corresponding to the item Password. Finally, click on the button Forward that you find located in the upper right part of the screen that is shown to you and, subsequently, tap on the button Save twice in a row.

At this point, you can be satisfied: you have finally managed to set up your Libero Mail account on iPhone. From now on, to access your e-mail box directly from the “iPhone by”, all you have to do is click onicon of the app Mail (the one with the white envelope on light blue background) that you find on the home screen and / or in the app Library and tap on the item Free annexed to the section Boxes of the screen that is shown to you or select the folders of your interest that you find by expanding the section named Free.

Afterwards, you will be shown the list of messages available in the mail account, which you can possibly filter using the appropriate button at the bottom left and which you can mark, move etc. by pressing on the item above, while at the bottom right you will find the button to start composing a new message. For more details about using Mail, you can read my specific guide.

How to set up Free email on iPhone: other apps

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Do you prefer to set up Free email on iPhone via any one other apps third party for email management? No problem, even in this case it is a rather simple operation to be carried out by anyone.

To do this, take your Apple smartphone, unlock it, access the home screen and / or the Liberia app and open the application of your interest by selecting its iconthen access the section of settings of the latter or to that through which manage accountschoose to add a new email account and fill in the fields that are shown on the screen by following the parameters that you find below (as well as on the Libero website).

  • Incoming mail server (IMAP): imapmail.libero.it
  • Port 993
  • SSL
  • Incoming mail server (POP3): imapmail.libero.it
  • Port 995
  • SSL
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.libero.it
  • Port 465
  • SSL
  • Requires authentication
  • First name: your name
  • Account Name or Username: Libero mailing address (e.g. name@libero.it)
  • Email address: Libero mailing address (e.g. name@libero.it)
  • Password: Libero Mail password

If you haven’t installed a third-party email management app on your iPhone yet and you want to receive some suggestion regarding which ones to use in conjunction with your Libero email account, you can consider one of the following solutions. Keep in mind, however, on the privacy side, which all involve access to their emails by the managers of the apps in question, to allow the latter to provide cloud functionality and push notifications (this is something common to all third-party clients that provide real-time push notifications and other cloud-based features, but it’s good to know).

  • Spark – it is a free app that allows you to manage e-mails in a simple and intuitive way, promising to reduce the number of notifications and providing users with advanced tools for managing emails. It supports without problems all the most popular email services, including Libero’s one.
  • Outlook – is the iPhone variant of the famous email client made available by Microsoft. It allows you to manage not only your Outlook account, as the name suggests, but also various other e-mail services, including Libero. It’s free, easy to use, and has a nice user interface as well. What more could you want?
  • Gmail – maybe not everyone knows, but the Gmail email client for iPhone can be used and configured for managing Gmail accounts, but also with other email services, such as Libero. It’s completely free and easy to use.
  • Airmail – application that allows you to manage all the main email accounts and that provides users with a rich set of highly customizable features according to need. It integrates seamlessly with other iPhone apps and supports iCloud syncing. It can be downloaded for free, but to be exploited it requires the subscription of the appropriate subscription through in-app purchases (at the basic cost of 2.99 euros / month).