The Time Warner Cable is the cable television company providing the RoadRunner Email service. Even though it’s a great service and its fans are delighted and can’t imagine their lives without it, the setup may cause some headaches to some people. Therefore, we just need to explain step by step how it’s done. Don’t worry, you’ll get it done, and it was also hard for us in the beginning.
Managing the following server settings is an important part of the process:
- Incoming server: pop-server.rr.com
- Outgoing server: smtp-server.rr.com
However, first you need to go for these simple measures:
- Head for the Email app and open it.
- Submit your Road Runner email address.
- Choose “Personal (POP3)“, then click “Next”.
- Type your RoadRunner-related password, and then hit “Next”.
Now, you have to input the incoming server settings:
- For the username, enter your email address with @maine.rr.co at the end (it will vary based on your location.).
- Enter your RoadRunner webmail password.
- Server: pop-server.maine.rr.com (it will also vary based on your location)
- Port: 110
- Security type: None
Finally, a few more easy operations for inputting the Outgoing Server settings.
- Server: smtp-server.maine.rr.com (the domain will vary according to location).
- Port: 587 (or 25)
- Security type: None
- Require sign-in: Check
- Username: [email protected] (this domain will also vary according to location)
- Password: your own RoadRunner email password.
- Select “Next”, and then “Next” once more.
- Enter your name in “Your name”.
- Select “Next”and you’re done.
Without a doubt, these measures will setup your Roadrunner Email for Android. It’s important the complete all the steps to make a proper setup. Also, it will assure you that the people who are receiving emails from you, will see what you wish, including your name. Everybody sends and receives emails nowadays, and using these common everyday tasks can be much more comfortable from an Android device than it is via PC or laptop.
Carter Wetlaugher is just getting his start as a journalist. Carter attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Carter also helps Tech Life up and running, he also keeps our social media feeds up-to-date.