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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Setting up University of Phoenix E-Mail for IMAP/POP

  • Go to your UoP email inbox via Gmail or the UoP Portal.
  • Click on the "Settings" Cog wheel icon and choose "Settings"
  • Choose Forwarding and POP/IMAP
  • Make sure POP or IMAP is available (whichever you prefer) and click Save Changes on the bottom of the window.
  • Click your email address at the top right of the screen, then account settings.
  • Under security, you need to enable 2-step verification.
  • Once that's done, you can generate an application-specific password by clicking "authorizing applications & sites"
  • Remember this password to enter into the program or phone that will access e-mail.
iPhone Instructions for receiving / sending mail:

  • Go to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  • Choose Add Account.
  • Choose Gmail
  • Enter your full name for the name (this will be shown to people when sending e-mails).
  • For the e-mail enter yourid@email.phoenix.edu.
  • For the password, enter the application-specific password you generated above (spaces do not matter).
  • For the description enter UoP for example or whatever else you want the mail account displayed as on the iPhone.
  • Click Next.

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  1. As a current student of UOP, I truly understand and appreciate their philosophy in adult education - collaborative team driven learning experience. They are set-up with real full-time working instructors who holds masters and doctrines. They teach personal real life experiences along with practical education. Practical meaning - skills for use in the work field. I truly recommend UOP to all working adults looking to start or further their education. People who wants to look for the weekend frat party need not apply - pleases visit your local state university. You individuals are the ones who make bad team members at UOP.

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