I try to set e-mail account because changed new processor.
filled up everything : my name, my account, password, pop-server, smtp-server but appear task box . they can't contact IPS please ask server
I tried microsoft mail, outlook express and outlook
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If you are just trying to use your RR email account on the iPhone there is really no reason to go through the hassle of setting up a G-mail account to route it through.
If you still want to use G-mail ignore the next part.
On the iPhone select the "Settings application
Next select the "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" option
Under the subtitle "Accounts" select the "Add Account" Option
Select "Other" and under mail select "Add mail account"
Fill out the information that is required to set up an account, "Name, Address, Password, and Description) for example (Billy, Billy1@tampabay.rr.com, 123abc, Main Address)
Scroll down to the section labelled "Incoming Mail Server"
Change the "User Name" to your e-mail address And Scroll down to the section labelled "Outgoing Mail Server"
Change the "User Name" to your email address and fill in the password as what you would use to login to the website
Choose save in the top right corner of the screen and wait for the information to process, if a dialog box pops up asking you to continue without an SSL select yes and wait for you information to process once more.
This should set up your RR email account on the iPhone4
Complete instructions for Setting up Road Runner Mail on an iPhone.<br /><br />Email Settings for the iPhone & iPad<br /><br /> * Select "Settings"<br /> * Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars"<br /> * Select "Add Account" (or select existing Road Runner email address if it has already been set up)<br /> * Select "Other"<br /> * Select "Add Mail Account"<br /> o Name: Your Name<br /> o Address: firstname.lastname@example.org (this is division specific for the customer, for example email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)<br /> o Password: your password<br /> o Description: Road Runner Mail (Name that displays in your Account list on the iPhone)<br /> o Select "Next"<br /> * Select "POP"<br /> o Incoming Mail Server:<br /> o Host: pop-server.nyc.rr.com (this is division specific, such as pop-server.socal.rr.com, or pop-server.roadrunner.com)<br /> o User Name: email@example.com (You must enter your complete email address. This is also division specific for the customer, for example firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)<br /> o Password: your password<br /> o If needed, enter port 110 and set Secure Server to off<br /><br /> o Outgoing Mail Server:<br /> o Host: mobile-smtp.roadrunner.com (note: mobile-smtp.roadrunner.com is not division specific, mobile-smtp.roadrunner.com is the Outgoing Mail Server Host for all Road Runner email domains, roadrunner.com, nyc.rr.com, socal.rr.com etc.)<br /> o User Name: firstname.lastname@example.org (You must enter your complete email address. This is also division specific for the customer, for example email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org)<br /> o Password: your password<br /> o If needed, enter port 25 and set Secure Server to off<br /><br /> * Select "Save"
It looks as if the server name is not complete. where is your email coming from? you'll need to know that and the email server (for example: mail.ptd.net for penteledata customers). Or, pop.gmail.com for gmail users. Get that server, then go into your account settings and put the server name into the Incoming Server blank. once you do that and save it (also make sure your outgoing server is correct) you should be fine.
You are supposed to put the fully qualified domain name of the mail server in the SMTP server field, and the POP3 server field, like mail.acmellc.com and pop3.mycompanyname.com. Contact your mail service provider if you are not sure what the server names are.
You are receiving this error because of one of two reasons:
1) Your email account is not set up properly. Click on Microsoft Outlook, click on Tools, then Accounts. You will see a window with columns stating Account-Type-Connection. If an account is set up then click on it then click on Properties. Click server tab and you will see the SMTP server block and the POP3 server block. Both of these fields will read as follows: pop.XXXXX.net and smtp.XXXXX.net. Your Internet Service Providers name will be in the XXXX. If these are not set up properly then you cannot connect to send email. If they are filled out correctly then you need to call your Internet Service Provider and inform them of your situation. Their server is not working properly.
Have you made any changes to your pop3 server?. Look at your option in outlook it is under accounts. And check to make sure the server setup is right for your email. Most times the mail server and pop server are the same. Like
incoming pop3 (server whatever.com)
outgoing smtp( server whatever.com)
Setting Outgoing Server on iPhone 1. From the Home screen, tap Settings. 2. On the Settings screen, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars. 3. On the Mail screen, under Accounts, tap your Roadrunner account. 4. Tap Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). 5. Tap Primary Server (might say, smtp-server.roadrunner.com or some other rr server) Host Name Change Host Name to cwmx.com User Name Leave blank Password Leave blank
SSL Make sure SSL is off Authentication Should say Password Server Port Should say 25, if not change to 25
As an alternate if the above does not work: After tapping Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP), look for AT&T SMTP Server, tap it, then turn Server to ON