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After using above Fastmail server settings for Fastmail and on other email applications, you’ll be able to set up or synchronize your Fastmail on other email apps. Hope this content, solves your Fastmail settings issue for Fastmail. If you need specific help and support to configuring your email app, then you can contact Fastmail Support Help Service help and manufacturer of third-party email application. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How to set up Fast-mail your Android phone?


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How to set up Fast-mail your Android phone?
  • Did you know FastMail has an excellent Android
    app which many of our users prefer to other mail
    apps. See our mobile app help for more details.
  • you useAndroid apps needs their own app
    password to access your information. If your
    normal password or your FastMail two step
    verification password on an external account,
    syncing to an external service won't work and you
    will see a password error.

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Tips
  • Email Mail (default mail application in Android
    5.x Lollipop and Android 6.x Marshmallow) Email
    Mail  (native mail application, available in
    Android 4.x and earlier)
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Note

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  • Set up your email Gmail
  • Open the Gmail app.
  • If you don't already have an account set up,
    the Account setup dialog appears








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  • Otherwise, open the app's menu, scroll down
    to Settings

and tap Add Account.
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Set the email type to Personal (IMAP/POP)
  • . Enter your email address this is your full
    FastMail username, including the domain

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  • Enter your app password. (What's an App
    Password?)
  • Set the incoming server settings.
  • Server is imap.fastmail.com
  • Security type is SSL/TLS.

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  • Set the server settings for outgoing mail.
  • Server is smtp.fastmail.com
  • Security type is SSL/TLS
  • Password should be pre-filled it's your app
    password. (What's App Password?)

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  • The server will verify your settings, then allow
    you to configure the account options and set your
    name. You're ready to go!

Set up your email Mail
  • The native Android Email app is available only if
    you are on a device running an operating system
    earlier than Lollipop If you are on Lollipop or
    later, you will need to use the Gmail
  • Configuration instructions.
  • Open the Email app. If you don't already have an
    account set up, the Account setupdialog. should
    appear. Otherwise, open the app's menu, then go
    to Settings and tap Add Account.

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  • Fill in your email address and password
  1. Email address Your full FastMail username,
    including the domain.

Password Your app password. (What's an App
Password?)
  • Tap IMAP.

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  • Tap IMAP.
  • Change the server, port and security type for
    your incoming mail
  • Server imap.fastmail.com
  • Port 993
  • Security type SSL/TLS
  • IMAP path prefix (leave blank) This setting may
    not appear on older Android phones. If you don't
    see it, don't worry, it'll still work fine.
  • Your screen should look like this

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  • Change the security type for your outgoing mail
  • Security type SSL/TLS
  • Port Change to 465
  • Your screen should look like this

Tap Next.
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Tap Next
  • If you like, change the Inbox checking
    frequency (or leave it set to the default every
    15 minutes), then tap Next.
  • Fill in your name
  • Your name The name people will see on the email
    you send.
  • Your FastMail account is now ready to use.

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Set up your calendar
Android does not support CalDAV natively, however
you can easily add support by installing a CalDAV
sync adapter. We have tested and
recommend CalDAV-Sync, which is approximately 3.
Once you have added your account in CalDAV-Sync,
you can use the native Android calendar or any
other calendar app and the changes will sync with
FastMail. You will need to use an app
password when configuring the app. If
the standard auto-discovery url of  doesn't work,
try
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Set up your contacts
Android does not support CardDAV natively,
however you can easily add support by installing
a CardDAV sync adapter. We have tested and
recommend CardDAV-Sync, which is
approximately 3. Once you have added your
account in CardDAV-Sync, you can use the native
Android contacts or any other contacts app and
the changes will sync with FastMail. You will
need to use an app password when configuring the
app. If the standard auto-discovery url of 
doesn't work, try 
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Set up your contacts
Be aware that any pre-existing contacts already
on your device do not automatically get copied
back up to FastMail with the sync you need
to import them to FastMail first.
After using above Fastmail server settings for
Fastmail and on other email applications, youll
be able to set up or synchronize your Fastmail on
other email apps. Hope this content, solves your
Fastmail settings issue for Fastmail. If you need
specific help and support to configuring your
email app, then you can contact Fastmail Support
Help Service. help and manufacturer of
third-party email application.
https//www.emailhelpdesk.us
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