Question about Apple iPod touch
My email provider is Bell Sympatico. If anyone has an iphone and is using Sympatico, pls. let me know what incoming and outgoing addresses you use. I use pop6.sympactico.ca for incoming and smtphm.sympatico.ca for outgoing. Neither Apple nor Bell can fix the problemo.
SOURCE: Outgoing email on my Iphone
Take a look at your SMTP mail settings. Settings --> Mail --> Accounts. Make sure that you have the proper outgoing (SMTP) server listed for that particular account.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
To fix the responding issue, you need to tell your iphone which account is the default account for sending your emails.
touch settings, then mail, and at the bottom of that page in the sending section it asks which account is your default.
The iphone will always use this accoutn to send emails if you start an email outside of the mail program, like by clicking an email in your contacts list or on a webpage.
Now if your in another POP account in the mail program and you click compose message it should be sent from that account.
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
SOURCE: IPhone SBCglobal email set up
for pop - you need to type in pop.mail.yahoo.com and smtp - smtp.mail.yahoo.com. put in ur user name and password, it should work. It worked for me. Make sure you have a data plan or can access the safari.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
Strange question - but if you hit "reply" does it work? My daughter had the same problem with her cell phone when texting people. They never got the text, but if she hit "reply" it worked. I figured it out by typing in the actual phone number (in your case the e-mail address). Some how it worked, even though the persons name was already associated with the number. Now everything works fine! Not sure if it helps, but give it a try!
Posted on May 23, 2009
I would try reconfiguring your e-mail setting. Here is how you do it:
Set Up an Email Account to Use on an IPod Touch
Syncing an email address to an iPod touch activates the email account and makes it ready to use on the device. It does not transfer actual email messages from the computer to the iPod touch. Conversely, remember that any changes in the settings that are made to the email account through the iPod will not sync back to the computer. Individual settings will have to be restored on the computer if desired.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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