iOS 13 - Change Settings

The following steps provide guidance for changing settings in an email account that is already set up; for example, an email password change, or server name changes.

  1. Select Settings from the Home screen, and touch the arrow to the right of Passwords & Accounts.
    Passwords Accounts

  2. To add additional account(s), touch Add Account and see iOS 13 - Setup for setting up the account.

  3. To edit an existing account, scroll down to the Accounts section and touch the arrow to the right of the OlympusNet Mail account. The Mail account may show your name, or IMAP, or Olympus, depending on the Description entered originally.
    Mail account

  4. Under IMAP, touch the arrow to the right of the Account email address (janedoe@olympus.net in the screenshot).
    Jane Doe IMAP

  5. For a password change, there are two places to change the password. Scroll through the settings for Incoming Mail Server, remove the dots in the first Password field and type in the new one. Click Save in the upper right corner to save the change for the Incoming Mail Server. The account should go through a “Verifying” process, and will report if you've made a typo.

  6. When the page refreshes, you will be back at the screenshot in Step 4. Touch your Account email address again. Scroll down to Outgoing Mail Server and touch the arrow to the right of SMTP server name.
    Select SMTP

  7. Under Primary Server, touch the arrow to the right of On.
    SMTP

  8. Take out the dots in the Password field and enter the new password. The other settings should be: mail.userservices.net for Host Name if it is @olympus.net email (for @mydomain.com, use mailc11.megamailservers.com for Host Name). Use SSL, green for on. Authentication should show the word Password to the right (if it does not, click on the arrow to the right, and click the word Password from the options. The Server Port is 587. Click Done in the upper right corner.
    Done

  9. The iPhone will Verify settings. If there is a typo, an error message will indicate it. If the error comes up, double check that the full email address has no typos and the Host Name in both Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server sections is accurate. If it still does not get through Verify without error, retype the password in both Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server sections and touch Done again until Verify goes through without the error. (If the phone is not connected to the WiFi, the iPhone will not Verify. In that case, touch Save, and test after getting connected to the Internet.)

  10. Touch Save when done, if prompted.