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Check the receiver server settings for the hotmail server
on the e-mail page there is an account tab in to top tool bat , click on that
now go to the @ properties tab , click on that , click on the servers tab and check the settings for incoming server
after that click on advanced and check the settings there
after each alteration always press the apply button
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hotmail now has a new protocol to connect to the iPhone (they just released it). Follow the following steps:
You can now add your Hotmail to your iPhone (officially!). Just follow the steps below:
1. Go to http://www.hotmail.com and sign in 2. In the upper Right hand corner go to Options and then to More Options 3. Click on View and edit your personal information 4. Under your name, check Country/Region. If it says United States, skip to the iPhone part. If not, follow the steps below 5. Click Registered Information 6. Change your Home Location Country/Region to the United States (note that you do not have to change anything else) 7. Go to the bottom and click Save
1. Go to Settings 2. Click on Mail, Contacts, Calendars 3. Click Add Account... 4. Choose Other 5. Where it says name, put your name 6. Where it says Address, put your email address 7. Where it says Password, put your password 8. Where it says description, put anything, e.g. Hotmail or leave it the way it is 9. Click Save in the upper right hand corner 10. Now it will say that a subscription may be required. Ignore this, and click Next in the upper right hand corner 11. You're Done!
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
As i understand that you are not able to receive emails from the organization's email id,
-So first check if the inbox in the organization's email id is more than 900 emails,if so than delete or move the mails to other folder other than inbox.
-Check the memory in the blackberry handset also.
-If still not working then login to blackberry.com website (ie..ServiceProvider.blackberry.com) and then delete the organization's email account and then recreate the organization's email account and then click on service book and then click on send service book...And then you will be receiving the service book on the handset and then save it and then you will be able to receive the emails from organization's email account also.
Posted on May 26, 2009
it is actually forged mails... is that mail id which u are sending is correct or else it is a fake or forged mail id....or it could have been deleted .... these are the possible solutions for ur problem..
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Not really sure what is wrong but would suggest that you check your account setup under tools/Accounts and see if the setting for advanced settings for receive is set to "This POP service requires a secure connection" is checked or not. It depends on what your ISP requires
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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