Network Solutions email settings for iPhone

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

Mail settings Network Solutions

POP / IMAP pop3
Incoming server mail.[domain].com
Incoming port 995
SSl (security) incoming ssl
Outgoing server smtp.[domain].com
Outgoing port 587
Requires sign-in yes

iPhone guide to setup Network Solutions mail

1 Open 'Settings', click on 'Passwords & accounts' and 'Add account'.

Click on your provider name if it's listed, otherwise click on 'Other'

2 Make sure 'Email' is checked and click 'Save'.

Your email account is now saved. In the next steps we check if all settings are correct.

3 Click on your newly created email address and choose 'Advanced'. Make sure that the following data is correct under 'Incoming server':

Use SSL: on
Identity check: password
Server port: 995

4 Go back to the previous screen and under 'Outgoing server' click on smtp.[domain].com. Make sure the following information is correct:

Use SSL: on
Identity check: password
Server port: 587

Question and Answer

Have a question regarding your iPhone email setup or think you can help other Network Solutions users out? Please comment below!

  • Trying to add email to iPhone In settings have passwords but no click on for accounts

    1 month ago
  • My email is set up on my iPhone but not on my iPad and I don’t remember my mail password. (it shows as dots on my iPhone email settings). I need help recovering it. Thank you.

    5 months ago
  • th8is page is obsolete and needs to be updated

    6 months ago
  • Having trouble setting up me emails

    7 months ago
  • this setup does not jive up with reality, i don't have a pop3 to chose from, it's pop or imail i can log in on a pc using all the same info, but cannot from my phone browser or my email app.......do you guys not like iphones?

    11 months ago
  • Outgoing mail will only work with downloading a profile, so the certificate is always trusted, or setting up the account as a pop account.

    1 year ago
  • All of our email address on iphones no longer work. Cannot send mail server rejected recipient address' . Same emails keep coming through after deleted. what is happening?

    1 year ago
  • I set up my two (network solutions) emails on my iphone as pop accounts, as instructed. Unfortunately this prevents me from being able to see sent emails - I cannot access a sent folder like I can for my gmail accounts, which are IMAP. Can I set these up as IMAP? How can I resolve?

    2 years ago
  • Hello! I have a new iPhone XR and my network solutions email is not working. It's set up as a POP account. I do not see where I can set it up as a POP3 account. Would this make a difference.

    2 years ago
  • I am having trouble connecting my email to my phone and mac

    2 years ago