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Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."

If you then still can't sign in to your account, click the "Need help?" link on the sign-in page.

If you get an error message, what does it say?

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    • Email Address: yourlogin@gmail.com
    • Connect Using: Your Internet accessing profile (for GrameenPhone users it is GP-Internet)
    • Connection Type: IMAP4 (I prefer IMAP for gmail, you can also use pop3)
    • Incoming Server: imap.gmail.com (for pop3 use pop.gmail.com)
    • Username: yourlogin@gmail.com
    • Password: Your Gmail Password
    • Download: Headers Only (Keeps the data usage to a minimum)
    • Check Interval: Off (Any Automated setting uses data. I use a 12h interval)
    • Outgoing Server: smtp.gmail.com
    • Username: yourlogin@gmail.com
    • Password: Your Gmail Password
    • Allow Connection: Any Network
    • Auto Connect: Off
    • Your Name: <your name>
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    • Copy Outgoing: yourlogin@gmail.com (so that you have a copy of the mails you send from your phone)
    • Encryption:
      • Incoming Server: SSL
      • Outgoing Server: TLS
    • Incoming Port: 993
    • Outgoing Port: 587
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  2. Select Your Account Name from the list of accounts
  3. Go back to Email>Inbox
  4. Select Send&rec
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I just want to confirm that whether samsung s5333 supports push email or everytime we will have to download emails ourselves


Hello try the instructions below, if you do not have gmail or yahoo then you need to find the server info of your email provider or post the name of your email service provider so i can look up their info.


Gmail Account/Server Info
For Gmail, the configuration is
SMTP server: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP port: 587
Secure Connection: TLS

Incoming server type: IMAP4
IMAP4 Server: imap.gmail.com
IMAP4 Port: 993
Secure Connection: SSL

In your Gmail account, go to
Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP > IMAP Access > Enable IMAP

Yahoo Account/Server Info
For Yahoo,
Incoming (pop3)
pop.mail.yahoo.co.XX
Port: 995
Use SSL

Outgoing(SMTP)
smtp.mail.yahoo.co.XX
Use SSL
Port 465

Yahoo IMAP settings:
Server: imap-ssl.mail.yahoo.com
Port: 993
Secure Connection: SSL

1. Delete the previously not working Gmail account in your phone
2. Press Menu
3. Select My Accounts
4. Choose the proper type of email account: Do NOT select "Google", but Exchange ActiveSync!
5. On the next screen fill out the Email address:
do not write yourusername@gmail.com, instead use yourusername@googlemail.com!
6. The username will be typed in automatically
7. Type in the password
8. Press Next
9. Press OK for the activation
10. On the next screen type in the server URL: m.google.com
11. Set Use SSL to ON (button turns green)
12. Press Set (left below)
13. On the next screen set the options you need: Email sync, Calendar sync, Contact sync, Task sync (below is another option in case of conflicts between data on the phone and the server)
14. There are further more options if you press the gear icon (sync: push/manual, push days/hours)
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I have research and found the following solutions,I haven't tried them for my self yet but they seem to be solving the problem.

Go to menu/settings/application settings/message/email/email account/create account and follow the instructions below

Account Name: (your Gmail id) SMPT Server: smpt.gmail.com SMPT Port: 465 Secure Connection: SSL Incoming Server Type: POP3 POP3 server: pop.gmail.com POP3 port: 995 APOP login: no Secure connection: SSL Download limit: 500 IMAP4 incoming email: disable Retrieving option: subject only Keep on server: yes My email address: (your Gmail id) Username: (your mail id) Password: ********* POP before SMPT: no SMPT path: yes Same as POP3/IMAP4: yes User name: disabled Password: disable
If you want to set up your other accounts such as yahoo and hotmail, then just change the things given below, and leave the rest as it is.

Server settings for hotmail: Server (SMPT) - smpt.live.com SMPT Port - 25 Secure connection: SSL POP3 server: - pop3.live.com POP3 Port - 995


Server settings for yahoo: Server (SMPT) - smpt.mail.yahoo.com SMPT Port - 25 Secure Connection - SSL POP3 server - pop.mail.yahoo.com POP3 port - 110
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I solved similar problem, Follow settings given below

Account Name: @gmail.com
SMTP server: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP port: 587
Secure connection: SSL
Incoming server type: POP3
POP3 server: pop.gmail.com
POP3 port: 995
Secure connection: SSL
Download limit: 50
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Retrieving option: Subject only
Keep on server: ticked
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User name: @gmail.com
Password: **********
POP before SMTP: tick
SMTP auth: tick
Same as POP3/IMAP: untick
User name: @gmail.com
Password: **********

Now set ur Connection. Restart phone once... it works wonderfully
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