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IMAP4/POP3/SMTP email connections

Does the P300 support IMAP4/POP3/SMTP email connections?

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Re: IMAP4/POP3/SMTP email connections - NEC MobilePro P300 Pocket PC PDAs

Yes, the P300 can support IMAP4/POP3/SMTP.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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How to configure a yahoo email on motoroker E6?


If you have POP access, simply setup your phone in the same way as your email client on the computer. Specifically:

Incoming Mail (POP3) Server - requires SSL: pop.yahoomail.com
Use SSL: Yes
Port: 995

Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - requires TLS: smtp.yahoomail.com (use authentication)
Use Authentication: Yes
Use STARTTLS: Yes (some clients call this SSL)
Port: 465 or 587
Account Name: your yahoomail username (including @yahoo.com or @rocketmail.com)
Email Address: your full yahoo email address (username@yahoo.com)
Password: your yahoo password

Id also recommend setting yahoo to save a copy of your emails, as a feature of POP access (as opposed to IMAP4) is that when the phone accesses your account, by default, all the emails are stored on your phone and wiped from the yahoo servers..........

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LG KS 360 email settings for yahoo when on mtn sa


Try This friend;

SETUP / COnfigurare Yahoo! Mail on your mobile phone, through IMAP / IMAP4.
* (Settings step by step for the Nokia 6500 slide. You catch yourself how to set up and other types of phones:)):

- Menu -> Messaging - message settings -> E-mail messages -> Add -> Create manually ... and get the menu: New mailbox settings.
New mailbox settings:
- Mailbox name: the name of mail box. Yahoo! Mail, for example.
- My name: Name.
- E-mail address: nume-id@yahoo.com
- Incoming server type: IMAP4 (default is POP3. Change with IMAP4)

- Login information: IMAP4 autentification [ON], IMAP4 user name [id Yahoo! * Without passing si@yahoo.com), IMAP4 password [Yahoo account password. * Will be required twice)
- Back -:)
- Download settings: settings are preferential. (Retrieve mode - just extract the subject of the mail received all the mail, No. of mails shown - Number of e-mails displayed, Mailbox update interval -- the time when the phone will connect to the mail server to verify your email, Automatic retrieval - Automatic extraction of mail received. or not.)
- Back -:)
- Incoming mail settle. - Which is the setting up connection to the server receiving e-mail messages to phone with the following settings:

* Incoming IMAP4 serv. - Imap.n.mail.yahoo.com
* Security - Off
* Port - 143
* Use Pref. access pt. - No
* IMAP4 access point -> Proxy: Disabled; Data bearer: Packet Data; Bearer settings (follow another menu) -> Packet data ACC. pt. Internet Network type: IPv4; Authentification type: Normal, User name: id-to-yahoo, Password: password for yahoo
* Back, Back, Back .. to see: Outgoing settle. (SMTP):)

- Outgoing settle. (SMTP) - settings that are sent by mail on your mobile phone, using SMTP is the Yahoo! Mail.
* Outgoing SMTP serv. - Smtp.mobile.yahoo.com
* Reply-to address - the email address you wish to receive response to mails sent from your phone.
* SMTP authentification - On
* SMTP user name - the name of the yahoo, without terminatia@yahoo.com.
* SMTP password - password for yahoo. Will be required twice.
* Security - Off
* Port - 25
* Use Pref. access pt. - No
* SMTP access point -> Proxy: Disabled; Data bearer: Packet Data; Bearer settings (follow another menu) -> Packet data ACC. pt. Internet Network type: IPv4; Authentification type: Normal, User name: id-to-yahoo, Password: password for yahoo
* Back, Back, Back: D
* Dispute. term. window - Yes


let me know if this worked.

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T Mobile G1 POP3/IMAP Mail doesn't Work


What is the problem with your POP3/IMAP ?

Obviously, make sure that you are inputting the correct settings for your Chosen Email address, make sure the email provider Allows the use of the POP3/IMAP Clients for their email services, and make sure that you have a good strong connection to the internet.

Remember, the POP3/IMAP Client on the G1 does not support PUSH Email at this time, Meaning the emails will not automatically appear in your Mail inbox (unlike the G1 Gmail Client, which Supports Push Email).

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Ok, email can be setup using a bunch of different protocols. The difference is how directly you phones data and the data on the server interact. POP and IMAP are methods for receiving email from the server, to send they use a protocol called SMTP. With POP3, email is all downloaded to your phone and saved there, with IMAP you only download the headers (...a header is like the back cover of a book). An Exchange server can do SMTP with either POP or IMAP, but when it says configure for Exchange - it means actually connecting to the mail server and integrating contacts, calendar items, email, like the Outlook client on your Windows machine. This is obviously much more server intensive and requires special permissions to do.

POP and IMAP will require the following information to work. Your login name, your password, your server, and whether the connection is secure. To find these out you can go to your coporate webmail. The user name is what you put in the user login spot, as is the password, the server will usually be either mail followed by a dot and the second half of your email address, or the web URL for the mail server...if the web access page address starts "https" then the connection is most likely secure.

This link may help further...

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Manual programing


You need to be more specific about what you want to do
with your phone.
However, I know that everyone uses Email, so I will give you
an example of how configurable is.

This is how you can do Personal Email Setup
[with providers with automatic settings - Motorola approved]

During automatic setup all the necessary settings for the ISP is downloaded from the network. A few popular ISPs with automatic settings include:

  • Yahoo.com
  • Verizon.net
  • Comcast.net
  • Netzero.net
  • AOL.com
  • Earthlink.net

  • You'll need this information ready:
    • POP3/IMAP provider
    • Your username, password, and any special security requirements
    Note: For these instructions, “LSK” refers to the Left Soft Key; “RSK” refers to the Right Soft Key on your Motorola Q.
    1. Press Start, locate the Messaging Icon.
    2. Move cursor over Messaging Icon and select.
    3. Select B. Outlook Email
    4. Press Menu
    5. Select Options
    6. Select New Account
    7. Input your name (as they want it to appear to any email recipients). Press the down arrow key when complete.
    8. Input your email address. Press the down arrow key when complete.
    9. Select the “Attempt to obtain email settings from the Internet.” check box.
    10. Press the Next button. (RSK)
    11. Allow the device to obtain the settings. There should be a success message when the process is complete: “Success. Auto obtained settings for yourprovider.com”.
    12. Select Next (RSK)
    13. In the User Name field, input your login. Press the down arrow.
    14. Input the password for the account in the Password field.
    15. If a domain exists for the account, it will be automatically populated. Note: For most POP3/IMAP4 account, a domain is not necessary.
    16. Select the check box to save the password.
    17. Press the Next (RSK)
    18. All fields on this screen will be automatically populated.
    19. Press Next (RSK)
    20. All fields on this screen are automatically populated.
    21. Press Next (RSK)
    22. Choose how many days worth of email you would like to receive. Use the left/right arrows to make selection.
    23. Choose the initial size of each email you would like to receive. Use the left/right arrows to make selection.
    24. Press Next (RSK)
    25. Select how often you would like the device to automatically synchronize with this email account. Note: If you plan to sync another email account via ActiveSync using a scheduled sync, the POP3/IMAP4 account should not be set to sync on a schedule. If the POP3 account is set to sync on a schedule, it will disrupt the ActiveSync scheduled sync.
    26. Press Next (RSK)
    27. Press Finish (RSK)
    28. If you would like to download the email from the account press Yes (LSK). Press No (RSK) if you do not want to download the email from your account. Note: To delete an email account, From Home Screen > Start Menu > Messaging. Select the Account you want to delete (e.g. Yahoo!). Press Menu > Options > Account Options. Highlight the account you want to delete. Press Menu and select Delete.

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    Gizmo1

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    you can, if you have an internet connection to your phone and a pop3 and smtp account on your email.

    On jam, go to messaging >Accounts>Outlook E-Mail>Account>New Account...>Enter your e-mail Address: >next>next>Your Name>Username (Put your email login username)> Password (Your E-mail Password)>Account Type (POP3 is OK)>incoming mail (pop3 address, for gmail ,its pop.gmail.com)>Outgoing Mail (smtp server, like smtp.gmail.com)>Domain (if any)>finish.

    then to connect, Accounts>connect.

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