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Teach Yourself VISUALLY iPhone 6s, 3rd Edition by Guy Hart-Davis

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CHAPTER 4

Setting Up Communications

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In this chapter, you learn how to add your e-mail accounts to the Mail app and control how Mail displays your messages. This chapter also shows you how to control the way your iPhone displays your contacts, import contacts from a SIM card, choose options for your calendars, and set up Wallet and Apple Pay.

Set Up Your Mail Accounts

Control How Your E-Mail Appears

Organize Your E-Mail Messages by Threads

Set Your Default E-Mail Account

Control How Your Contacts Appear

Import Contacts from a SIM Card

Choose Default Alert Options for Calendar Events

Choose Your Default Calendar and Time Zone

Set Up and Use Wallet and Apple Pay

Set Up Your Mail Accounts

Usually, you set up your iCloud account while going through the initial setup routine for your iPhone. But if you have other e-mail accounts, you can set them up as explained in this section.

To set up an e-mail account, you need to know the e-mail address and password, as well as the e-mail provider. You may also need to know the addresses of the mail servers the account uses. For Microsoft Exchange, you must know the domain name as well.

Set Up Your Mail Accounts

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