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Whaddya know how to add second (2nd) email to your Google Phone (G1)?

Ok you have your Google Phone (G1) and setup your first email address. Now you're wondering on how to setup your second, third email address. Please note that you can add a total five (5) email addresses to your T-Mobile Google Phone.

HOWTO add email address to Google phone:
This howto guide is to setup your 2nd email address using your Google Phone (G1). If you are looking for first time setup guide, read this article: Whaddya Know How To Add IMAP Email To Your T-Mobile G1 (Google Phone 1)?

  • On the Home screen, touch the Application (^) button.
  • Touch Email button. You see your existing messages.
  • Press Menu button. The screen will show Refresh, Compose, Accounts and Account Settings.
  • Touch Accounts. This will display your existing email address.
  • Press Menu button again. The screen will show other option Refresh, Add Account and Compose.
  • Touch Add Account to set up email.
  • Type your email address, for example
  • Type your password, then click Next. It will ask for what type of account. For this example, we are adding IMAP account. Ofcourse choose POP3 for your pop email account.
  • Type the incoming server settings; e.g. username, password, IMAP Server, and port. Click Next to continue. Your phone will start to establish connection, please wait ...

For incoming server example:

  • Username: myname
  • Password: mypassword
  • IMAP Server:
  • Port: 993 ; this is the default port of IMAP
  • SSL: Yess; always secure

For outgoing server example:

  • SMTP Server: or
  • Port: 25 ; default port of SMTP server
  • Security Type: none or secure; none for default
  • Require sign-in: checked
  • Username: myname
  • Password: mypassword

Follow test sending email: Whaddya Know How To Add IMAP Email To Your T-Mobile G1 (Google Phone 1)?

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