Configure Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for POP Mail

This article assumes that you are familiar with navigating through your mobile phone settings.? If you're not, we are happy to assist local users at our regular computer repair rate.? Please stop into our office.? If you are not local, please print this and take it to your mobile phone carrier for assistance with mail configuration.

You should know your email address and your password.

ConnectNC (connectnc.net, pinehurst.net) users:
Incoming mail server name: ?mail.connectnc.com (port 110 for POP, port 143 for IMAP).
Outgoing mail server name: ?mail.connectnc.com (port 25 for SMTP).
Your username is your e-mail address.

Hosting customers, please use your own actual domain name in place of "example.com."
Incoming mail server name: ?mail.example.com (port 110 for POP, port 143 for IMAP).
Outgoing mail server name: ?mail.example.com (port 25 for SMTP).
Your username is your e-mail address.

Go to Settings > Add Account. (see picture below)

Configure Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for email

Tap Email (see below)

Configure Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for email

Choose POP3 Account (see below)

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Email Configuration

Configure your incoming mail settings.? Wherever we have "account@example.com," replace with your actual email address.? Wherever we use "example.com." use your actual domain name. (picture below)

Configure Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for email

Enter your outgoing mail settings. Wherever we have "account@example.com," replace with your actual email address.? Wherever we use "example.com." use your actual domain name. (picture below)

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Email Configuration

Configure Account Options (see below)

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Email Configuration


Name your account.

Configure Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for email

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