Apple Mail/Mac Mail is the default email client that comes with every Mac using OS X 10.0 or later. This article will show you how to configure your Mail application to access email from Business Mail.
Follow the steps given below to successfully configure Business Mail to your Apple/Mac Mail.
First you will need to enable your Business Mail on other apps
- Log into Business Mail
- Click on Settings (icon) > Enable Titan on other apps.
- After completing our feature tour, simply click Enable Titan on other apps to grant permission for third-party email clients to access your emails.
Once this is completed you will be redirected to a support page where you can follow the steps to configure Apple Maill for your emails or use the below instructions to configure your client.
1. Open Mail and "Add account" from the main menu
2. Select Add Other Mail Account and click Continue
3. Enter your Login credentials and click create/continue/Sign in
- Your Full Name, or as you would like it to appear on your sent email
- Enter your Email Address
- Enter your email account's password
- Click the Sign In button
4. Enter server settings like incoming and outgoing server:
Email address : Your Business Mail address eg: jack@<domainName>
Password : Your Business Mail password
Incoming Server : imap.titan.email
Encryption: SSL/TLS (Port: 993)
Outgoing Server : smtp.titan.email
Encryption: SSL/TLS (Port: 465)
And voila you are done!
- How to overcome this issue?
- Close Mail if it's open now
- Click the Apple menu (upper left corner of your screen) > System Preferences > Internet Accounts
- Select the account with the broken outgoing mail server, and then click the minus sign at the bottom
- Reboot your Mac
- Click the Apple menu > System Preferences > Internet Accounts
- Click Google, and sign in to your Business Mail based account again
You can refer to this link as well - https://deciphertools.com/blog/2018-01-03-mail-smtp-offline/