Detailed Guide to Configuring Aruba Mail on PC, Android and iOS

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You have activated an account Aruba Mail for office or personal use and would like to configure it to manage your mail on a computer or smartphone?

You are in the right place! In this guide, we will explore the ideal apps and programs for managing email received from Aruba, as well as all the configuration parameters needed to set up Aruba email on different platforms, including the use of Aruba PEC.

There PEC is widely used in Italy. If, on the other hand, you are interested in Aruba's web version of e-mail, the Aruba webmail, see the following section on PC.

Aruba Mail Configuration on PC

In this section, we'll walk you through all the free tools available to configure Aruba email on a PC.

Aruba Webmail

To access your Aruba e-mail from your PC, you can use the "webmail" feature, the dedicated e-mail consultation site accessible directly from your browser, usable on any PC without the need to configure any e-mail client.

Aruba's Webmail can be accessed on the Aruba Webmail official website. For the PEC version, the address is: webmail.pec.it.

Using your Aruba email login credentials, you can read and send emails directly from the proposed interface. This web version is compatible with all domains managed by Aruba for email: @aruba.it, PEC boxes and @technet.it.

Using Aruba Mail with the Mail App on Windows 10 and Windows 11

For managing your email and downloading emails to your PC, the "Mail" App built into Windows 10 is a great choice, allowing direct access using your Aruba data.

  1. Go to the "Start" menu at the bottom and look for the "Mail" App, which is preinstalled on all versions of Windows 10.
  2. Start the App, select "Add Account" > "Other Account."
  3. Enter your Aruba email and password to access and manage your email directly from your computer. Configuration will be automatic, with no need to manually specify parameters.
  4. One advantage of this method is receiving notifications for new emails in the notification center, avoiding the need to constantly check email, being notified promptly for important emails.
comer configure aruba mail with widows mail

comer configure aruba mail with widows mail

Configuring Aruba Mail with Mozilla Thunderbird (for Windows, macOS, Linux)

If you prefer an alternative to the Windows 10 Mail App, Mozilla Thunderbird is an excellent choice available for Windows, macOS and Linux. Download Mozilla Thunderbird.

  1. Open the account setup window, enter a name to quickly identify the account, the "Name to Display," the full email address associated with Aruba, and the password, then click "Continue."
  2. Thunderbird, with its automatic parameter recognition system, should quickly configure Aruba email, allowing you to access your email quickly and easily.
how to configure aruba mail on thunderbird

how to configure aruba mail on thunderbird

Configuring Aruba Mail on Android

Keeping your email setup always at your fingertips on your smartphone is handy. This section discusses how to use free apps on Android to quickly access your Aruba email.

Integration of Aruba Mail with Gmail

The Gmail app on Android allows management of external email accounts, including Aruba Mail.

  1. Open the Gmail app, expand the left side panel, select "Settings" and then "Add Account."
  2. Enter your Aruba account credentials and wait for synchronization. Now Aruba and Gmail emails will be accessible in the same app, with the option to send emails with the @aruba.co.uk address.
configure aruba mail on android

configure aruba mail on android

 

Configuring Aruba Mail on iPhone

To configure Aruba Mail on iPhone or iPad, follow these steps:

  1. Start the app Mail.
  2. Tap "Edit" in the upper right corner.
  3. Tap "Add Box" at the bottom.
  4. Enter your Aruba account credentials.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Now your Aruba account should be set up and ready to use on your iPhone or iPad.

how to configure aruba mail on iphone with ios

how to configure aruba mail on iphone with ios

 


Aruba's Official Apps for Android

For optimal management of your Aruba emails directly from your Android device, Aruba provides two official apps, each dedicated to one type of email service:

  1. Traditional Aruba App: Ideal for managing your traditional mail, this app is intuitive and feature-rich to make managing your email a smooth experience. Download the Aruba.it app from the Play Store.
    Webmail Aruba.co.uk
    Webmail Aruba.co.uk
    Developer: Aruba S.p.A.
    Price: Free
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
    • Webmail Aruba.it Screenshot
  2. Aruba PEC Mobile: If you are a Certified Electronic Mail (PEC) user from Aruba, this app is what you need to manage your certified emails effectively and securely. Download Aruba PEC Mobile from the Play Store.
    Aruba PEC
    Aruba PEC
    Developer: Aruba S.p.A.
    Price: Free
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • Aruba PEC Screenshot

Both apps are designed to provide a satisfying user experience while ensuring the security and reliability that are hallmarks of Aruba's services.


Official Aruba Apps for iOS

For Apple users, Aruba also offers dedicated apps that facilitate email management on iOS devices:

  1. Aruba Mail: This app is ideal for managing your traditional Aruba mail on an iPhone or iPad. Download Aruba Mail from the App Store.
    Webmail aruba.co.uk
    Webmail aruba.co.uk
    Developer: Aruba S.p.A.
    Price: Free
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
    • ‎Webmail aruba.it Screenshot
  2. Aruba PEC Mobile: For managing your Certified Electronic Mail (PEC), this app is the perfect solution. Download Aruba PEC Mobile from the App Store.
    Aruba PEC
    Aruba PEC
    Developer: Aruba S.p.A.
    Price: Free
    • ‎Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • ‎Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • ‎Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • ‎Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • ‎Aruba PEC Screenshot
    • ‎Aruba PEC Screenshot

Both apps are designed for an intuitive and secure user experience, following Aruba's quality standard.

Manual Configuration of Aruba Mail

If your software does not automatically configure Aruba Mail, enter the following parameters manually:

For Aruba Mail:

  • IMAP Reception:
    • Server: imaps.aruba.it
    • Door: 993
    • SSL: Activate
    • Authentication: Password
  • SMTP Sending:
    • Server: smtps.aruba.com
    • Door: 465
    • SSL: Activate
    • Authentication: Password

For Aruba PEC:

  • IMAP Reception:
    • Server: imaps.pec.aruba.it
    • Door: 993
    • SSL: Activate
    • Authentication: Password
  • SMTP Sending:
    • Server: smtps.pec.aruba.it
    • Door: 465
    • SSL: Activate
    • Authentication: Password

By entering these parameters correctly, you can manage your Aruba or Aruba PEC emails on any device and software.

Easy no? 🙂

In conclusion, my detailed guide provides all the information you need to configure Aruba Mail on various devices and platforms. By following the steps outlined, you will have the ease of managing your Aruba email on both PCs and mobile devices, making your email management experience simple and effective wherever you are.

If you have any problems you can always write to me at [email protected]

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