Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Yahoo reset their servers a short while ago. All you have to do is delete the account and then re-enter your account information and you will be good to go.
Posted on Oct 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Set up an email acct on iphone
There is a way around it. You need to set up an e-mail account that is your personal. ( example: I use att.sbcglobal.net. I set up an account that all my work e-mail get forwarded to. I called it work e-mail). Then in your True work e-mail outlook account, set up a forward list. It nice because you can be specific on what types of e-mails you want forwarded to you. It could be every e-mail that comes to your outlook work account if you want. The only down side to this is you will have to figure a way to reply to the e-mails with a different outgoing mail. But you can do it. If all fails, call apple for help.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
I was having the same problem then I decided to use a gmail account as my default account! It works perfectly! I can send photos with that account and use my yahoo email account for my incoming regular mail.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot get email
This is a very common problem. Upgrading you iphone firmware if it's not current may solve this problem. Or try changing your address for the account from firstname.lastname@example.org" to your yahoo id without the "@yahoo.com"
Otherwise the built-in yahoo option for iphone can be buggy:
1. Go to your yahoo account in a regular browser on your computer. Makesure you're using the new version of Yahoo mail (the one that looks andfeels like outlook).
2. Create a new folder. I called mine "archive - inbox".
3. Select ALL emails in your inbox so that your inbox folder will becompletely empty once you move them (there's a box you can check whichwill select everything). I had over 5,000 emails in my inbox, so thiswould have taken ages using the Classic version of Yahoo mail.
4. Move all emails to your newly created archive folder. Go back intothe archive folder and select any unread/new emails and move them backto your inbox.
5. Go into Yahoo on your iphone and refresh the mail. This will clearout the old emails and download the most recent emails from your inbox.
More info here: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=7926883
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
well to the first person unfortunatly the bellsouth email system is not yet designed to work with the 3g network so you would have to turn that off to use bellsouth.
Also for all of you need to remember that both Yahoo and AOL email work with the IMAP stands for Internet Message Access Protocol. It is a method of accessing electronic mail or bulletin board messages that are kept on a (possibly shared) mail server. In other words, it permits a "client" email program to access remote message stores as if they were local. For example, email stored on an IMAP server can be manipulated from a desktop computer at home, a workstation at the office, and a notebook computer while traveling, without the need to transfer messages or files back and forth between these computers.
where as the bellsouth system is a POP system. what the means is that when you check your email client on either the computer or the phone it is actually pulling the mail from the bellsouth server to the respective devices and deleting the email unless you have both set to leave a copy on the bellsouth server.
and again the sending and recieving issues with bell south is due to the 3g network
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: Iphone Mail Settings
Technically, you're on the money with switching the phone's email client to POP3 and never delete from server. All of that can be done through the mail setup app on the phone.
If you want to get creative, create a new gmail account for the client, set the reply address on the new account to the original email account, and forward a copy of all incoming mail to the new gmail account. That way everything comes to the iPhone but now you are protecting the user from him/herself -- s/he can delete away on the iPhone but can't access the original email account unless connected through Outlook.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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