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Microsoft outlook on my verizon HTC SMT5800

I used to use outlook at my work and everything worked perfectly on my phone. I was able to sync my contacts, email, etc. Since then, I no longer work for the company so I dont have that company email anymore. All of my contacts were in my work email, (outlook), and I lost that when I left the company.

I have SBC DSL and today I setup Outlook at home (Outlook 2007) and everything works perfectly. Now I am trying to set up that outlook account on my phone and i cannot get Microsoft Exchange to respond.

Im not sure where to go from here. Please help

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Unless you are trying to sync with another Microsoft Exchange Server (say at your new Job) or you are running an Exchnage server at home on a dedicated server.. you will not be able to set your phone up with exchange.

One Suggestion I may have would be to setup outlook on your phone to connect to your email via Imap4 or POP3.

You might want to remove the activesync partnership to your old company if you havent done so allready to help get rid of the exchnage sync error's.

Hope this helps.

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The following tip applies to users that want to access Verizon mail using an e-mail managing software as for example Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora and similar.

The checkup procedure and server settings can also be used to setup your verizon email on a mobile or on a PDA.

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Ensure that the server settings you are using are correct:

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2. Outgoing mail server (SMTP) - outgoing.verizon.net.


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http://www.living-with-outlook.com/outlook-web-mail.html

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