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Sending emails what do i need to do to set my tx up to reply or send emails. now i use the web to access my account but it doesn't let me reply or send

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Click on the email envelope ,then configure VersaMail, using the settings for your email client.
Read this link on Palm TX Versa Mail:

http://kb.palm.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE?New,kb=PalmSupportKB,t=ooccase,case=obj(40518)

Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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Please note: Please note that you need a POP3 email account in order to send and receive email messages on your phone. You cannot access web-based email accounts (e.g. Hotmail accounts). 1 Find "Access points"
  • Press the menu icon.
  • Press the fourth tab.
  • Press Phone settings.
  • Press Connectivity.
  • Press Access points.
2 Create new or edit existing data connection
  • To create a new data connection:
  • Press Add.
  • To edit an existing data connection:
  • Press the required data connection.
  • Press the icon to the bottom left.
  • Press Edit.
  • Press the Connection title input field.
  • Press C to clear the input field.
  • Key in EMAIL GPRS and press OK.
3 Select data bearer
  • Press the Bearer drop down list.
  • Press UMTS or GPRS.
  • Press OK.
4 Select authentication
  • Press the Authentication drop down list.
  • Press PAP or CHAP.
  • Press OK.
5 Enter username
  • Press the Username input field.
  • Key in user and press OK.
6 Enter password
  • Press the Password input field.
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boxAdd('info6', cBoxClosed); The APN name general.t-mobile.uk must be in lower case letters. 7 Enter APN name
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Need email setting for nokia n81 incoming and outgoing


Hello :

Here are the instructions :

Setting up email:
1:From the standby screen, press the Messaging softkey . Altenatively, press the Menu button, and highlight Messaging .Press Open.
2:Scroll down to highlight New mailbox .Press Open.
3:A message appears: No mailbox defined. Define now? .Press Yes.
4:Instructions appear for the email wizard .To start the email set-up wizard, press Start.
5:In the email address box, type in your full email address .Press OK.
6:You can now type in the name you want to call your email mailbox, or leave it as the default name of your email service .Press OK.
7:You are asked to define the user name and password for your account . Press Yes to continue.
8:In the User name panel, edit the email address until you have your user name - this is usually the bit of your email address before the '@' sign, (though if you're unsure, check with on your email service provider's website).
9:When completed, scroll down using the navigation pad to highlight the Password panel. Type in your email account password . Press OK.
10:After a few moments a message appears onscreen informing you that the email mailbox has been defined .Press OK.
11:The first time you set up, you will be taken into your mailbox and asked: Connect to mailbox? . Press Yes.
12:After a few seconds while the phone connects, you will get a list of email message subject headers onscreen . Scroll through the list to highlight ones you want to view.
13:Press Open to download and view the full email. Scroll down to read the message .
14:If the message has an attachment, scroll to highlight it and press Attachments . Highlight the attachment and press Open . You'll be able to see the attachment in full . Press Close and Back to return to the original email.
To get back to your mailbox, press Back. Alternatively, if you want to reply, forward or see other options, press Options. A list appears onscreen .


 Replying to emails:
1:To reply, highlight Reply. Press Select. Highlight To sender .Press Select.
2:Type in the text of your message. You can also edit or delete the original message if you want to, add new recipients or alter the subject header .
3:When you're ready to send, press Options, highlight Send and press Select .
4:Alternatively, before you send the message you can add an image or other files by selecting Insert from the Options list and pressing Select .
5:A row of icons appears at the bottom of the display, representing different elements you can insert - images, others, video clips, sound clips or text . Highlight and select one of these, and you can search through files to add a suitable attachment. Press Select to add it to your email.
6:When ready to send, as before press Options, highlight Send and press Select .
Checking for new emails :
1:To check for new emails go to the Messaging menu as before .
2:Scroll down to the name you gave your email mailbox . Press Open.
3:If you're not currently connected, you will be asked if you want to connect to your mailbox . Press Yes. New messages will now be retrieved.
4:If you are already in your mailbox and want to check for new messages, press Options, scroll down to Retrieve email .Press Select.
5:Highlight New . Press Select. New messages subjects will be delivered to your mailbox.
Sending new emails: 

You can send messages as emails as quickly and easily as text or MMS messages.
1:In the Messaging menu, highlight New message .Press Select.
2:Scroll down to highlight E-mail . Press OK.
3:Add the email address, subject and message .
4:If you want to, add any attachments in the way outlined above.
5:As before, when your email is ready to send, press Options, highlight Send and press Select .


good luck .

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