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How much elc. kwh should this run. e-mail stephen.berry6@verizon.net

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A Rinnai should not use more than 300 to 500 Watts during ignition and about 50 to 80 watts during the run cycle. The service manual does not give these numbers. I am going off Toyostove or Monitor numbers, which will be close.

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Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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I currently have internet access and "E" mail through Verizon via a land line; also have a G-Mail account on my I Pad. How can I eliminate my Verizon "E" mail and continue with G-Mail on my computer


Well...technically you cannot 'eliminate' your Verizon eMail account as that is how Verizon 'recognizes' you as a customer on their site. You have to use that to log into your Verizon account to pay your bill or change your services...etc.

That said, you do not have to keep logging-in to LOOK at your mail. If you are using a pop3 mail-client, (like Outlook, or Outlook Express or Windows Live Mail,) then there ARE steps you should do to 'remove' that account from whichever client you have...or they can be set to keep the mail they have so-far, but not to download any more from that account, it depends on the client, and what your preferences are.

If you only look at your mail using a web-browser and going to verizon's website, then again, you would just stop doing that.

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Not downloading new emails


You may have to setup your email program settings:

This is what part of mine looks like:

Verizon / Yahoo Mail Server Settings
Outgoing (SMTP)Settings
Description: Verizon/Yahoo
Server Name: outgoing.yahoo.verizon.net
Port:587
User Name: **********
Secure Connection: TLS (if available)
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Incoming Server Settings
Server Type: POP Mail Server
Server Name: pop.spamcop.net
port: 110
User Name: *********@spamcop.net
Secure connection: TLS (if available)

You can find these settings on your desktop computer and check to see if they match the laptop's settings.

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Verizon email account setup on my iPhone


Try this on the iPhone:

Incoming settings:
POP Account Information:
Name: The name you want in the header when you send mail
Address: Your full email address-e.g., My.Address@verizon.net
Description: anything you want (This will be the name in the list of mail accounts)

Incoming Mail Server:
Host Name: incoming.verizon.net
User Name: the first part of your email address-e.g., My.Address
Password: Your password to Verizon netmail or your desktop mail client

Advanced:
Incoming Settings
Use SSL: Off
Authentication: Password
Delete from Server: your preference
Server Port:110

Aug 12, 2009 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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I need to know, Incoming mail server and outgoing e-mail server name


This information can be obtained from your service provider, for example mine is incoming.verizon.net and outgoing.verizon.net but not all ISP use the same scheme. Usually information on setting up POP email is provided on their website.

Dec 19, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Yahoo mail


its just a message error try to copy and send not forward

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Need to reregister account, after pc went down. need e mail settings to set up outlook express in order to get e mails. please send settings to my daughters e mail address tracylisa@btinternet.com


Many service providers have a link on their page that will automatically configure Outlook Express to receive e-mail. I would suggest that the first place to look is the main page for your service provider (Optonline, Time-Warner, Verizon, whatever) and find the tab for "support" or Frequently Asked Questions. Type in "e-mail" at the search box, and you should see some answer listed for "setting up my e-mail account (on my computer, or something like that.) Specific wording depends on your service provider.
Then, most providers have a link you can click that will run a program to automatically set it up for you.
Here's a page from Verizon, which will give you an idea of the process:
http://netservices.verizon.net/portal/link/main/index.jsp?epi_menuItemID=c567d167631f692124525d7253295c48&objId=16777

May 11, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I am unale to receive emails. I get the following Alert: "Unable to write the email to the mailbox. Make sure the file system allows you write privileges, and you have enough disk space to copy the...


Hi

Pls check if if you have enough free space in the mail box as the sent mails will also be counted towards the size.
Pls delete unwanted mails and also sent mails.
Pls check with the mail server settings i.e. incoming mail server and outgoing mail server information.

Feb 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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