OCENS.Mail Service for Apple iOS and Android Devices

 

OCENS always strives to provide easy-to-use value-add services for use with your satellite system. OCENS.Mail was designed with that ideal in mind; to give you a means to inexpensively send and receive email over your satellite system regardless of where you are located or what satellite system you have.

With OCENS.Mail for iOS and Android (empowered by the Optimizer 102) we can now provide you with OCENS.Mail service directly to your mobile devices; giving you the benefit of a truly mobile communications platform without the need for an AC powered computer, cables and precious space.

 

Apple iOS

To setup OCENS.Mail on your Apple iPhone or iPad, follow these steps:

  • Connect your iOS device to a WiFi (non-Optimizer) or cellular network
  • Go to the App Store and install the XGate app
  • After the app is installed open it
  • The initial screen will ask for Full Name, OCENS.Mail username & OCENS.Mail password
  • Once finished, you will be taken to the main Page of the app

Initial app setup

  • Tap Settings
  • Tap Server
  • Select xgate.ocens.net
  • Select port 443 (Unless using the Iridium AccessPoint, then leave it on port 3333)
  • Tap Save
  • Tap Connection in the Settings page
  • Select Network Connection
  • Tap Save
  • Return to the main
  • Tap Mail
  • Tap the arrow button
  • Tap Send/Receive Mail to start a mail transfer
  • The webXacc listings are now updated within the application and can be used

 

Setting up the app to use with a satphone:

  • From the Main XGate screen tap Settings
  • Tap Connection
  • Select your satellite device (use the “webXacc” listings for Optimizer connections)
  • Tap Save
  • Connect to the WiFi network of your satellite device (use the Optimizers WiFi if set to a webXacc setting)

Mail Transfers are done by tapping the arrow button in Mail and selecting Send/Receive Mail.

 

 

 

 

Android

To setup your Android smartphone or tablet, follow these steps:

  • Connect your Android device to a WiFi (non-Optimizer) or cellular network.
  • Go to the Play Store and install the XGate app
  • After the program is installed open it
  • The initial screen will ask for your Full Name, OCENS.Mail username & OCENS.Mail password
  • Once done, you will be taken to the Main Page of the program.

Initial app setup

  •  Select Settings
  • Select Mail Server in settings
  • On the Server drop down, select xgate.ocens.net
  • Change the port from 3333 to 443 (unless using the Iridium AccessPoint, then leave the port on 3333)
  • After those settings have been changed, hit your back button, then the back button again to go to the main page
  • Select mail, then Send/Receive Email
  • Select Send/Receive Email at the top to start a mail transfer
  • Once finished, all the “webXacc” Optimizer settings will be available.

Setting up the app for use with a satellite device:

  •  At the main page select Settings
  • Select connection
  • At the Select Router drop down, choose the entry that corresponds to your satellite service (If using an Optimizer be sure to select the “webXacc” entry for your setup)
  • Connect your Android device to the WiFi network of your satellite device.

Mail Transfers:

To receive and read email:


  • Click on the mail link from the main page
  • Click on Send/Receive Email
  • Click on Send/Receive Email button to start the transfer
  • Once the transfer is finished, hit your back button
  • Click on email
  • Click on the received messages to read them

 

 

To send email:

  • Click on Mail from the main screen
  • Click on Email
  • Click on your device menu button and select compose
  • Write your email then click send
  • Hit your back button to go back to the mail menu
  • Select send/receive email
  • Click on the send/receive email button to start a mail transfer

 

 

 

One thought on “OCENS.Mail Service for Apple iOS and Android Devices

  1. In some up-coming posts I will talk about how to use a mobile device as a mail client to a traditional OCENS.Mail configuration, as opposed to using it as the primary connection method that’s talked about here.

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