Question about HTC PPC-6800 Smartphone
I had the same problem...Your email client/server is most likely not the same as the default windows. An easy work around would be to use a POP 3 service such a google's gmail to act as an outgoing email server.
1: Start a gmail account: remember log on and password.
2: Go through your e-mail configuation.
3: Enter smtp.gmail.com as your "outgoing (SMTP) server" and make sure the "requires authentication" box is checked.
4: Click "advanced server settings" and check "Outgoing requires SSL"
5: Next, enter the info from step 1: and make sure "save password" is checked.
The rest is up to you how you go about as far as settings are concerned.
Now, your phone will "route" your emails through the gmail server...This is the only way I've found to fix this.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Probably a simple solution, most email will update automatically when connected, but will not send unless told to. Just click options and send/recieve if it's saying it's sending them but not actually sending them.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: sending email through aol
Call the Technical Support of your Provider to ask for the correct name(or IP) of the SMTP server.Check also the authentication type of the SMTP server.Good Luck.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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