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You didn't give any specifics, so I am going to have to make some assumptions. I will assume that you are using Windows 7, and that yo are using the free Windows Live mail client that took the place of Outlook Express. Open Windows Live mail, and then click the far right-hand tab at the top that says "Accounts." Click the button on the left that looks like an @ symbol with a + sign on it. Use the resulting wizard to add a new account.If you want to delete the one already in there, find that account in the left-hand pane, and right-click on the top-level folder for that account, and click "remove account." Make sure that you don't remove the one that you just added by accident.If you are using something besides Windows Love Mail to currently get your mail, please specify what method you are using to get your mail.
Check the security settings of your mail server to ensure you're not being blocked.
Here are some 'standard' settings that may work with your system.
Gmail Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Full email address Full email address Server Address pop.gmail.com Use SSL: yes Port:995 smtp.gmail.com Use SSL: yes Port:465 Hotmail Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Full email address Full email address Server Address pop3.live.com smtp.live.com ic24 Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Full email address Full email address Server Address mail.totalise.co.uk smtp.tiscali.co.uk UKGateway Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Full email address Full email address Server Address pop.ukgateway.net smtp.ukgateway.net UK Online Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Username@ukonline.co.uk Username@ukonline.co.uk Server Address pop3.ukonline.co.uk smtp.ukonline.co.uk Vippowerent Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Full email address Full email address Server Address pop.vppn.com Virgin.net Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Username Username Server Address mail.virgin.net mail.virgin.net Wanadoo Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format username@ name.wanadoo.co.uk username@ name.wanadoo.co.uk
Account Username Format name.wanadoo.co.uk name.wanadoo.co.uk Server Address pop.wanadoo.co.uk smtp.wanadooasdl.co.uk World Online Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format username@ worldonline.co.uk username@ worldonline.co.uk
Account Username Format Full email address Full email address Server Address pop. tiscali.co.uk smtp. tiscali.co.uk Yahoo.co.uk Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Username Username Server Address pop.mail.yahoo.co.uk smtp.mail.yahoo.co.uk Yahoo.com Incoming Outgoing Access Type Web & POP3 Web & POP3 Email Address Format email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Account Username Format Username Username Server Address pop.mail.yahoo.com smtp.mail.yahoo.com
Settings - E-mail
You'll need to complete all steps for this to work. Make sure that if you have to enter O2 in the settings you use the letter O and not a zero.
The following settings are if you use O2 Email as your ISP (Internet Service Provider).
If you require different settings eg Yahoo, Gmail etc please click here
1. Tap the Application tab on the bottom of the screen 2. Tap Email 3. Tap Next on the Welcome to Email setup screen 4. Tap on the Email address text box and enter your Email address then tap Done 5. Tap on the Password text box and enter your Password for your Email account then tap Done 6. Tap Next 7. Your phone will now try and download your setting to your phone and set up your account, if this can not be done you will see the message, Setup could not finish. Unable to open connection to server. Tap Edit details to continue. 8. Tap Manual setup 9. Tap the Username text box and enter your full Email address then tap Done 10. Tap POP3 account 11. Highlight POP3 server and tap the text box and enter mail.o2.co.uk 12. Check that Port is default set at 110 13. Highlight Next and tap 14. The phone will now check your settings 15. Tap the SMTP server text box and enter smtp.o2.co.uk 16. Highlight Next and tap 17. The phone will now check your settings 18. Tap Next on the Account options screen 19. You now have the options to add a name for your new account plus add your name to outgoing messages 20. Tap Done
I'm not sure if this is of any help to anyone but these are the steps I used to set up email on my Monte. I'm using an old hotmail account that didn't support IMAP or SMTP properly. 1.Set Up a GMail account eg. email@example.com 2.Set GMail to allow IMAP via the settings link the the top right hand corner. (under Forwarding and POP/IMAP) 3.Under accounts and import set up the send mail as to send mail as firstname.lastname@example.org. Set this to default send adress 4.In the same tab under check mail using pop3 set up the pop3 to recieve from someone@ hotmail.co.uk 5.Under Email Accounts on the Monte set up email with the following charecteristics: Account Name: Hotmail SMTP Server: smtp.gmail.com SMTP Port: 465 Secure Connection: SSL Incoming Server Type: IMAP4 IMAP4 Server: imap.gmail.com IMAP Port: 993 APOP login: greyed out Secure Connection: SSL Download Limit: 500 IMAP4 incoming email: New Retrieving option: Whole Message Keep on server: checked My email adress: someone@ hotmail.co.uk (This is the adress the phone puts in the from line of an email) Username: email@example.com Password: gmail password Pop before smtp: greyed out SMTP auth: checked Same as POP3/IMAP4: checked Username: greyed out Passowrd: greyed out This should allow you to recieve new messages from the time you set up the gmail account on your phone and to send emails with all the appearences of coming from your hotmail account while actually coming from google's smtp server. Really do check that the GMail is set up properly, make sure it recieves emails adressed to your hotmail and that it sends in your hotmail account's name.
If your looking to set up Gmail you have to setup a new account. If your looking to set up a hotmail account put the following in when setting up, even if you .co.uk type live.com work for me thankgod Incoming POP3 Mail ServerSetting : User Name : firstname.lastname@example.org Password : your email password Incoming Mail Server : pop3.live.com Mail Box Name : Hotmail POP3 Mail Box Type : POP3 Security (Port) : SSL always Port : 995
Outgoing POP3 Mail ServerSetting : Email Address : email@example.com User Name : firstname.lastname@example.org Password : your email password Outgoing Mail Server : smtp.live.com Security (Port) : TLS always Port : 587
I can solve your problem, but a little bit intro of what's happening:
"Microsoft uses IP Geomapping to determine where in the world you are and then assigns you to your local e-mail address" means if your are in Uk you'll get to see only >@live.co.uk >hotmail.co.ukIf u use proxy u'll get through. So this link will redirect you to the US domain addressing @ Live/Hotmail.com Dont forget to rate my answer :)