Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
1) If this is the first email account you're setting up on your iPhone, tap Mail. Otherwise, from the Home screen, tap Settings.
2) On the Settings screen, tap Mail.
3) On the Mail screen, under Accounts, tap Add Account.
4) On the Add Account screen, tap Other.
5) Select POP and then enter your account information using your keypad. Name Enter your name. Address Enter your email address. Description Enter a description of this email address. The description displays in your email account list on your iPhone. 6) Enter your Incoming Mail Server information.
Host Name Enter pop.secureserver.net. User Name Enter your full email address as your user name. Password Enter your password for your email account. 7) Enter your Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) information.
Host Name Enter smtpout.secureserver.net. If you need to change your port, use one of the following for your outgoing mail server, depending on the port you want to use:
User Name Enter your full email address as your user name. Password Enter your password for your email account. Note: The user name and password for your outgoing server is the same as the user name and password your entered for the incoming server.
8) If SSL mode is enabled, under Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP), tap Advanced.
9) Set Incoming Uses SSL and Outgoing Uses SSL to OFF.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Alright, turn on your iPhone, push "Settings" then "Mail, Contacts, Calenders," now push "Add Account," select your email service, then just enter your Name, Email address and password. Then you should be good to go!
Hope this helped!
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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Download the program ActivePrint 4.7 and then follow the instructions on how to set it up.
You can't actually print from your Apple iPhone with this program, but it allows you to select whatever documents you wish to print through a host computer and then print them from your own.
Purchase a program called "Automatic Print Emailer" from its official Website.
This program automatically prints all the email from whatever web based or pop accessible email account you use.
Set up on your Apple iPhone to use this program, and then enable "POP" from your email settings.
After you've done that, set up the program to check and print your email messages and attachments automatically.
Buy PrintPocketCE from its official website.
This program prints documents, spreadsheets, and email from your Apple iPhone or any PDA. You need to have a printer which is compatible with this program.
There is a list on the website so that you can find out if your printer is compatible before you purchase this program.
Download the trial version of Print Tools for Outlook, which is a program that automatically prints incoming and outgoing messages (even those with attachments) from your Apple iPhone if you use Microsoft Outlook to send and receive email.
Hope this helps.
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Note: Syncing email account settings to iPhone
or iPod touch copies the email account setup, not the messages
themselves. Whether the messages in your inbox appear on both iPhone or
iPod touch and your computer depends on the type of email account you
have and how it's configured. You may need to enter your password on the
device after syncing account settings.
here is a video for doing this procedure..
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