Can't send emails from Google Nexus 7 through Tiscali
Using Tiscali email, the Nexus will download incoming messages but not send outgoing ones. A "Connection problem" message is displayed. The outgoing message settings include port 587; trying to change to 25, which is what Tiscali say it should be, gets "Couldn't connect to server" and the port reverts to 587. How can I set it up to sene emails, please.
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Perhaps your outgoing internet connection is very slow and the mails stay only for a little while in the box. If you recently did set up the mail account on hat device check if it is an STMP server the mail has to go to. You should setup the SMTP server too.
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Goto Messages - Email - Settings - New Account
Give a name for the account (Yahoo)
Connect using - give your gprs connection name
Email address - your email address
Connection type - POP3
Incoming server - pop.mail.yahoo.com
username - your email username
password - your email password
outgoing server - smtp.mail.yahoo.com
Now goto advanced settings
Set the check interval
Encryption - TLS/SSL
Incoming port - 995
Outgoing port - 465
Make sure your password and server name are correct on the email account, and make sure the server you are useing for outgoing mail is a pop3 server. Your provider for internet services may not be a pop3 server on your outgoing mail, it may be a smtp server or something like that for outgoing mail. Check in your email account properties to see what your outgoing mail server says, incoming and outgoing can be different depending on your supplier.
See http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-set-up-an-email-account-on-your-nexus-7.html for receiving mail and http://www.nxtab.co.uk/forum/topic/cant-send-outgoing-messages/#post-25757 post 6 for sending mail.
It is saying that you have not set up one specific email address and program through your control panel of your pc for the printer to use and send email to. you can set up your email address yourself through the control panel. If you need help locating the incoming and outgoing pop3 or other account settings do a search on the internet with the name of the email provider you wish to use . they publish the incoming and outgoing server on the internet for each email provider.
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).
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
How do you access your Yahoo mail? Is it via the browser (www.yahoo.com) or via MS Outlook?
If you're having a problem of sending/receiving emails while using the web browser, you may want to delete old and unnecessary emails. You could have reached the storage limit of your email account.
But if your using an Outlook, you need to double-check the account settings. Make sure that you have the correct user name, password, incoming and outgoing servers, incoming and outgoing ports.
If you setup your email account using the POP protocol, you may use these server ports:
Incoming: 110 or 995 Outgoing: 25 or 2525, or 587, or 465 (SSL)
Incoming: 143 or 993
Outgoing: 25 or 2525, or 587, or 465 (SSL)
If the same problem occur, you may try to delete your account and recreate it. Please bear in mind that if you deleted your account and recreated it, some emails may no longer appear or get downloaded.
Google GMail Settings The Google GMail service offers email client access for retrieving and sending emails through your Gmail account. However, for security reasons, GMail uses POP3 over an SSL connection, so make sure your email client supports encrypted SSL connections.
Google Gmail Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - pop.gmail.com (SSL enabled, port 995)
Outgoing Mail Server - use the SMTP mail server address provided by your local ISP or smtp.gmail.com (SSL enabled, port 465)
you must have email account, also the POP address, and the SMTP with your username and password ready
Set up email account 1. Select Menu > Messaging > Email > Settings > New account > Add. 2. Enter a name for the email account, for example, Home or Office. Select OK. 3. Select Connect using > Edit and select the data account you created earlier to use with this email account. 4. Select Email address > Edit. Enter your email address. Select OK. 5. Select Connection type > Edit. Select POP3 or IMAP4. POP3 is the most common. 6. Select Incoming server > Edit. Enter the name or the IP address for the incoming server. Select OK. 7. Select Username > Edit. Enter the incoming server username. Select OK. 8. Select Password > Edit. Enter the incoming server password and select OK. Leave this blank if you want to be asked for the password each time you check new mail. 9. Select Outgoing server > Edit. Enter the name or the IP address of the SMTP server you use to send email messages. Select OK. 10. Select Advanced settings. 11. Select Your name (not mandatory) > Edit. Enter your name and select OK. This will appear in outgoing email messages. 12. Select Signature (not mandatory) > Edit. Create a signature to add to your email messages and select OK. 13. Select Download S&R. Choose what to download when receiving new email messages: • Subjects only – receive information such as sender and subject before downloading the whole email. • Up to size limit – receive the whole email. Select Size limit to set the maximum size to download when receiving new email messages. • Subjects & text – Only for IMAP4 users. Receive the subject and text but not attached files. 14. Select Check interval (not mandatory). Choose how often you want the phone to connect to your email server and check for incoming email messages. 15. Select Push email. Only for IMAP4 users. Select On for full email notification functionality or Off to disable the functionality. See Using push email for full email notification functionality on page 7. 16. Select Allow connection > Edit. Select Any network or Home network. 17. Select Copy outgoing (not mandatory) > Edit. Select On if you want email messages sent from your phone to be sent to an additional email address of your choice. This way your sent messages are copied and can be saved for future reference. 18. Select Encryption > Edit. Choose whether your email messages should be encrypted. 19. Select Outgoing. username. If requested, select Edit enter the outgoing server username. 20. Select Outgoing. password. If requested, select Edit enter the outgoing server password. 21. Select Incoming port. If needed, change the port for the protocol you are using. 22. Select Outgoing port. If needed, change the port for the SMTP protocol.
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To write and send an email message 1. Select Menu > Messaging > Email > Write new. 2. Select To: to add recipients and select Add. There are three ways to add an intro sentence: • Select Enter email address. to enter an email address. • Select Contacts look-up to retrieve a recipient from Contacts. • Select an email address from the last used recipients. 3. To add more recipients, select To: > Edit select Cc or Bcc and select recipients to add. When finished selecting recipients select Done. 4. Select Subject: to write the subject. 5. Select Text: to write the text. 6. Select Attachments: and select the attachment to add. Add more attachments the same way. 7. Select Continue. 8. Select Send to send the message or More to view options. To receive and read email messages 1. Select Menu > Messaging > Email > Inbox. • Select Send&rec when the inbox is empty or • Select More > Send & receive to download new messages. 2. Select a message and select View to read it. To reply to an email message 1. Select Menu > Messaging > Email > Inbox. Select an email message in the inbox. Select More > Reply and select: • Yes – to include the original message in your reply or • No – to exclude the original message. 2. Write your message select OK > Continue. 3. Select Send to send the message or More to view option