BT Connect email settings for Android

On this page you find the BT Connect mail settings for Android. Follow the step-by-step Android guide or use the settings overview with the imap and pop3 server email settings for BT Connect.

Mail settings BT Connect

POP / IMAP imap
Incoming server imap4.btconnect.com
Incoming port 143
SSl (security) incoming none
Outgoing server imap.btconnect.com
Outgoing port 587
Requires sign-in yes

Android guide to setup BT Connect mail

1 Open your Email application from the menu, add a new account and choose 'Other'.

If you do not have an account yet, you can start setting up right away. Otherwise, open 'Settings' in the email app and choose 'Add account'.

2 In the next screen enter your account details and click on 'Login':

Email: your BT Connect email address
Password: your BT Connect email password

3 Choose% type% and enter the following details under 'Server incoming mail':

imap server: imap4.btconnect.com
Security type: none
Port: 143

4 At 'Outgoing mail server' enter the details below and choose 'Login':

SMTP server: imap.btconnect.com
Security type: none
Port: 587

Verification for sending email: yes

Username: email
Password: your BT Connect email password

5 Your account is now ready to use.

Congratulations, your account is now set up. Open the email app on your smartphone to use your email.

Question and Answer

Have a question regarding your Android email setup or think you can help other BT Connect users out? Please comment below!

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    1 year ago