Question about Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablet PC
Hello, your tablet should run Android's native mail application. If you receive mail but can't open them, that can be due to a slow internet connexion: it takes time to download mail contents, event if the mails are only text. If there is an attachement, it takes longer to download them. The IMAP protocol, used by Yahoo, Gmail and others give you the opportunity to have your mails on multiple devices.
I guess that your problem is fixed now, without modifying any settings?
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1. Tap the Mail icon at the bottom of the home screen on iPad.
Step 2. Then tap to add type of email account that you want at add among: Microsoft Exchange, Mobile me, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL or others. For example, if you want to add a Yahoo mail, just tap the Yahoo mail as follows:
Step 3. Then enter login details for selected email account type.
It will configure automatically and you should able to send - receive emails.
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