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Are you using outlook express? If not what are you using?
What's you're OS (Win 98, XP, Vista, Mac, Linux)?

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Step 1 Tap the "Mail" app on your iPad's home screen, tap "Other" and tap "Mail Account." If you already have an email account set up, tap the "Settings" icon on the home screen, tap "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" in the sidebar and tap "Add Account."
Step 2 Type your name into the "Name" box using the onscreen keyboard. You can enter any name you want; your iPad sends this name with each email you send.
Step 21 Type your full AOL email address in the form "Name@aol.com" into the "Address" box. If you have an AOL email address with a different domain, such as "@games.com" or "@love.com," use that domain instead.
Step 31 Enter your AOL email password into the "Password" box.
Step 41 Type a description for your email account into the "Description" box and tap "Next."
Step 51 Tap "IMAP" at the top of the New Account pane.
Step 61 Type "Imap.aol.com" into the "Host Name" box under "Incoming Mail Server."
Step 71 Type "Smtp.aol.com" into the "Host Name" box under "Outgoing Mail Server."
Step 81 Enter your full AOL email address into the "Username" boxes under both "Incoming Mail Server" and "Outgoing Mail Server."
Step 91 Enter your AOL email password into the "Password" boxes under "Incoming Mail Server" and "Outgoing Mail Server."
Step 101 Tap "Next." Your iPad verifies the settings.

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I CANNOT OPEN OR SEND EMAILS


  1. Cannot send email but able to receive
    Typically, POP based email accounts have the same address for incoming and outgoing email servers. However, sometimes the email service provider might have a different outgoing email server which has a different username and password (next point). Please check with your provider for details if you cannot send email but can receive.Is the outgoing email server address correct?
    The outgoing email server (SMTP) address needs to be correct for you to send messages from the account. You can find this information in the email you have received from your web host.

    The outgoing email server address would typically be based on your web site's address, unless the server has been configured differently. Thus, if your web site's URL is www.my-web-site.com, the outgoing email server address would be either my-web-site.com or mail.my-web-site.com (substitute my-web-site.com with your actual domain name).

Apr 26, 2011 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Can't use either Microsoft Live Mail or Lookout Express v6 with Belkin Router. Can't send or receive email Can you tell me what the email setup is for either one? Both email programs probably use the same...


Ask COMCAST for the names of their POP-server and of their MAIL-server, and configure Outlook Express to use those names.

Microsoft Live Mail is "web-based" -- all you need to do is to web-surf to their web-site, login, and click "send/receive" or click "compose" and later "send".

Sep 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to configer email address in lotus notes


From what provider are you trying to configure email?If its gmail,

1. Create a Lotus Notes database file to store your POP emails: Lotus Notes does not create a file automatically as Thunderbird or other mail clients do but you have to manually point the mails to flow to a file that is already existing.
2. In the local Address Book, create two accounts for accepting incoming email and sending outgoing email on Gmail. Names are not important but the configuration on the two accounts is!
Account document for Incoming Gmail:
The Basics tab
a. Account name: Can be anything (I chose In Gmail)
b. Account server: pop.gmail.com
c. Login Name: Your gmail email address (complete with the @gmail.com)
d. Password: Your password
e. Protocol: POP
f. SSL: Enabled
g. Only from Location(s): Doesn't matter. Although I would recommend creating a location document specific for Gmail if you are also using Domino Server. I chose creating a location (Gmail).
Protocol Configuration tab: There is only one field here and it doesn't matter what you do with it.
Advanced Tab: This is the most important tab.
a. Port Number: 995
b. Accept SSL site certificates: Yes (Most of the articles on the web tell you to choose No here. But it does work. Trust me. I have tried it)
c. Accept expired SSL certificates: Yes. (Most of the articles on the web tell you to choose No here. But it does work. Trust me. I have tried it)
d. Send SSL certificates when asked (outbound connections only): No.
e. Verify account server name with remote server's certificate: Disabled
f. SSL protocol version: V3.0 with V2.0 handshake
3. Click on Save and Close to save the document and exit. Now you will need to create another account document to handle the outgoing email.
Account document for Outgoing Gmail:
The Basics Tab
a. Account Name: Can be anything. I chose Out Gmail
b. Account server name: smtp.gmail.com
c. Login Name: Your gmail email address (complete with the @gmail.com)
d. Password: Your password
e. Protocol: SMTP
f. SSL: Enabled
g. Only from Location(s): Doesn't matter. Although I would recommend creating a location document specific for Gmail if you are also using Domino Server. I chose creating a location (Gmail).
Advanced Tab: This is the most important tab.
a. Port Number: 587 or 465 (Both are SSL port and both work)
b. Accept SSL site certificates: Yes (Most of the articles on the web tell you to choose No here. But it does work. Trust me. I have tried it)
c. Accept expired SSL certificates: Yes. (Most of the articles on the web tell you to choose No here. But it does work. Trust me. I have tried it)
d. Send SSL certificates when asked (outbound connections only): No.
e. Verify account server name with remote server's certificate: Disabled
f. SSL protocol version: V3.0 with V2.0 handshake
4. Once these two documents are created, I would recommend creating a location document to ensure that you separate your gmail from your other Domino based account on the client. The steps to create are:
5. In the same local Address Book, choose New --> Location
Basics Tab:
a. Location Type: Local Area Network
b. Location Name: Can be anything (I chose Gmail)
c. Internet Mail Address: Your gmail email address
Leave the rest as it is.
Servers Tab:
a. Home/Mail server: pop.gmail.com
Leave the rest as it is.
Ports tab: No changes (ensure TCPIP is checked)
Mail Tab (Most important):
a. Mail file location: Local
b. Mail file: My Gmail.nsf (whatever you created in step 1 above).
Update: A couple of readers pointed out that I had missed an important step in the configuration how-to. So here it is. Step C has been added to include the missed step.
c. Internet domain for Notes addresses when connecting directly to the Internet: gmail.com
d. Send Outgoing mail: directly to Internet
Leave the rest of the fields as it is.
6. There is no need to change the rest of tabs. Click on Save and Close to create the document.
Change to the the new location and you will see Gmail getting downloaded in the mail file you created.

Jul 27, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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How to set up your hotmail account on samsung jet. i am on o2. it keeps telling me that i need an incoming server type (POP3 or IMAP4) an incoming server & outgoing server(SMTP) i assume that these are...


I have the following (and complete) list of settings on my Jet for my hotmail account and it is receiving and sending emails correctly. (After seeing 6 posts and none with a full solution, something needs to be done .. RAGE!!)
Account name - "random name" SMTP sever - smtp.live.com SMTP port - 25 Secure Connection - TLS Incoming Server Type - POP3 POP3 Server - pop3.live.com POP3 port - 995 APOP login - unchecked Secure connection - SSL Download limit - 50 IMAP4 incoming email - New (faded out tho) Retrieving option - Subject only Keep on server - checked My address - me@hotmail.com User name - me@hotmail.com Password - **my hotmail acc password** POP before SMTP - unchecked SMTP auth. - checked Same as POP3/IMAP4 - unchecked User name - me@hotmail.com Password - **my hotmail acc password**
Some tech info to help problem solve. POP3 is the technology involved with receiving email, SMTP is involved with sending. (Lots of people saying they could receive but not send, but their SMTP settings weren't correct)

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Outlook not receiving mail or sending


You need to know the POP3 (Incoming mail) & SMTP(outgoing mail) server names.Your service provider can tell you these.
When you are in Outlook
From the menu- go to
Tools
Email Accounts
Email
Add a new Mail account
Server Type POP3 Type in the server name
Server Type SMTP Type in the server name
Your Name, Email Address given by your service provider
Log In User Name and Password
Save all these info. Close and restart the Outlook.
If this helped you, please give a rating.
luciana44

Oct 02, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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I waana send an email on my phone. i did email setting that is email account but answerd no response whast's wrong?? just i'd like to send email with photos. could u help me. ...


Just set up email account. worked first time for me.

from menu: <messages><3 email inbox><ok><options><email accounts><ok><ok> on first account (Account 1)
fill in email account details:
Account Name: enter a arbitrary name that is relevant to you.
SMTP server: enter smtp address of your email provider
e.g. mail.isp.com.au
SMTP port: leave default of 25, unless advised otherwise by your provider
Email retrieval server type: pop or IMAP4 generally pop will work but use config as provided by isp
pop3 server: typically same as SMTP server, unless otherwise specified
POP3 port: 110 is default
use ssl checkbox. I left unchecked, this would provide a higher level of transfer security but makes config more complicated
Keep on server checkbox, I checked this as my mail emailis my laptop, so I don't wantthis to take all the messages, this way both devices can get messages, assuming leave on server is enabled on other email client on Laptop/PC but set to delete after 7 days.
My address: enter email address in the form: user@isp.com.au
user name: enter the configured email account user name. usually the name before the "@" in your email address
Password: enter password of the email account to allow access, note case senSaTive
Use SMTP authentication checkbox. i left this blank as this is not required by my isp, although some do require this.
Same as POP3/IMAP4 checkbox. only needed if SMTP authentication checkbox is set. if SMTP authentication is set then a name and password is required, generally the same as POP3 name/password entered earlier so just select - same, otherwise if isp setup requires differnt use fill the username / password fields.

<Save>

ensure newly created account has tick in the box next to it to enable it.

should work.

To send:
to test create an email message and send. may need to add email address to a contact first.

To receive emails:
<messages><email inbox><options><download> this will download any emails on your mail server

all worked well for me

best of luck

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D-Link cant send email on outlook


You need to check your mail account settings and make sure the SMTP server is set to the fully qualified domain name of your ISP's SMTP server. Your ISP should be able to tell you what this is. You may be able to figure it out by looking at which server is set in the POP3 settings. It will likely be similar if not the same.

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