Quick and Complete Guide for Setting up Juno Email on Android

setup juno email on android

There’s no denying the mode of communication has evolved over the years. Despite the intervention of various advanced communication tools, email remains one of the most sought-after platformsin the workplace today. It is free, quick, and easy to use. Sending and receiving messages can’t get better.

Bigger players like Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, etc. have earned the trust of millions of users across the globe, lesser-known platforms like Juno still manages to pique the interest for its glitzy interface and a myriad of useful features. Juno email messages can be accessed on any device, including Android. Read on to know the quick and complete guide for setting up Juno Email on Android.

Just the thought of adding or configuring an email client may seem a difficult task owing to the intimidating terms like IMAP, POP, SMTP, etc. But in reality, it is not that scary. To complete the setup process is as easy and simple as accessing emails and you need not be a tech or computer savvy person.

Besides that many believe only Gmail users can have access to their emails on Android devices. That’s not the truth. Non-Google POP3, IMAP, or Windows Exchange users can add your account on Android and continue to enjoy the service without any interruption. You only have to ensure the correct Juno Email server settings for Android.

Setting up Juno Email on Android – Server Settings for Android

Going ahead with the configuration process without knowing the correct server settings will result in the account not working. Take a look at the below table to understand what you need to type in the Incoming Mail Server field and the Outgoing Mail Server field.


Incoming Mail Server

Outgoing Mail Server

Server Type: POP

Server Type: SMTP

Incoming Server: pop.juno.com

Outgoing Server: smtp.juno.com

Incoming Port: 995

Outgoing Port: 465

SSL: Incoming SSL

Requires Sign-in: Yes

Now that you are ready with the correct email server settings, go ahead with the following steps to complete the setting up of Juno Email on Android.

  • Open your Android app and go to the “Mail” icon.
  • Here, you will have to choose “Other (POP3/ IMAP)” as your mail provider. Tap the “Menu” option and then “More”, followed by the button “New Account” if you already have an email account setup or configured.
  • Next, it will prompt you to enter your Juno email address and password.
  • Tap the “Next” button.
  • You will need to set the Incoming Mail Server to pop.juno.com, select “SSL” as the security type, change the server port to 995, and tap “Next”.
  • Similarly, set the Outgoing Mail Server to smtp.juno.com, select “SSL” as the security type, change the server port to 465, and tap “Next”.
  • You may like to customize your account name and display name and tap “Finish Setup”.

Congratulations! Your account is now set up and ready to use.

Can’t Send/ Receive Juno Emails?

You have configured but can’t send or receive emails? Check whether you have entered the correct details. If set server as IMAP. You won’t be able to receive or send emails. Change the same immediately and only provide details of POP. If the concern is grave, contact Juno Customer Support. The adroit team of professionals will leave no stone unturned to get rid of the issue and will make your Juno email account working on Android.

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