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T Mobile G1 POP3/IMAP Mail doesn't Work

T-Mobile G1 POP3/IMAP mail doesn't work, trying to connect to my e mail using POP3/IMAP, but no luck.

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  • wtbnyc3 Mar 12, 2009

    Every time I try to get my yahopo mail on the G1 I get a connection error and then after several tries I get an incorrect password and username message.

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    unable to setup IMAP on a G1 using a private domain via GoDaddy. After putting in the credentials, I continually get an invalid username/password error.

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The T-Mo G1 native Mail app has never worked properly with many IMAP email systems and none of the derivative email apps solve the problems.

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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).

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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