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Go to email. You want to be on the screen that shows all of your email accounts. Click on the carrot on the right side of the screen. This will open another menu. Click on settings. Click on the account settings. It will be the first one that includes your email username. Navigate to Notify on New Mail. Click on it until it says off. Bang your done!
Getting Started 1 Tap on the Settings app icon on the home page 2. Scroll down and open Mail Contacts Calendars 3 Tap Add Account 4 Select Microsoft Exchange 5 In the Email field, enter your Gmail address Leave the Domain field blank Enter your Google s Username and Password Once done tap Save You might see the Unable to verify certificate error message Select ccept 6 A new Server input field will now appear Enter m.google.com Tap Next to continue 7 Select the Google services that you want to sync. For me, I activated all the available synchronization services. Tap Done google sync enable Your Google sync Push notification services is now set up To activate the push notification you need to turn the Push feature on in the iPhone Settings section.At the Mail Contacts, Calendar section tap Fetch New Data Make sure that the Push is turned to ON Done Few things to note 1 Google sync requires you to be constantly connected to the Web You have to keep your 3G or WIFI connection Always Of for the best result 2 The push notification can be very draining on your battery life If you value your battery life much more than the push technology turn the Push feature OFF for optimal performance Push email support is one of the iPhone 3G s most anticipated features for road warriors but it doesn't work with just any email account Find out how to get hooked up The iPhone 2.0 software available for the iPhone 3G iPhone and iPod touch can t automatically turn any email account into push email It can only instantly send new messages to your phone if your email service supports push email The new iPhone 2.0 software supports push email in conjunction with Microsoft Exchange servers and Apple s Mobile Me service (the replacement for Apple s Mac Apple has labelled Mobile Me Exchange for the rest of us and it can push email to devices running iPhone 2.0 plus keep the device in sync with Microsoft Outlook on a PC or Mail Address Book and i Cal on a Mac he new iPhone s main settings menu now features a new icon Fetch New Data which lets you enable push email You can also schedule the phone to automatically check non-push email services every 15 30 or 60 minutes, or else only manually Which email works with push Push support from other services depends on the provider. The original iPhone supported push email with Yahoo by routing email through i map.apple mail yahoo.com but the service was flaky. This is still the default Yahoo email wizard configuration under iPhone 2.0 but if it refuses to work you can still go into Other and manually set up POP3 Yahoo access Gmail does not support push email only I MAP or POP3 What if I m using G mail or my email from an ISP like iiNet Of course the workaround is to forward your existing email address such as a G mail account, to your Mac account You could even create server side filters on G mail to only forward emails from certain senders to your Mac address to ensure you re not bombarded with push email spam You can also configure Mobile Me to automatically check external POP3 email accounts but this won t get emails from a G mail account to your phone as quickly as it would if your G mail account was automatically forwarding them Push email uses more data The iPhone 2.0 mail client only downloads email headers from I MAP and POP3 servers, in order to save bandwidth When accessing push email services the phone automatically downloads the body of the email and small attachments meaning you need a generous monthly data allowance The iPhone disables its wifi adaptor when sleeping switching over to the mobile data network. This means most of your push email will come down over the mobile data network while the phone is at rest, even when you're within range of a wifi network
Unfortunately, the only way to get native push email from Yahoo is with a Yahoo Plus! email account, which is $20 a year. However, a workaround solution would be to forward your incoming Yahoo mail to a Gmail account. That way, you will get all your Yahoo mail without having to pay for a Plus account. In your Yahoo Mail settings, go to Forward Email, and put in your Gmail account. Your should then receive your Yahoo mail on your HTC Hero.
Follow the below mentioned steps :1.
Locate information concerning your particular email service's incoming POP3/IMAP and outgoing SMTP server addresses. Refer to the resources section below for a list of server settings that pertains to many common e-mail providers.nformation mentioned below :
Yahoo Mail offers standard POP3 access for receiving emails incoming through your Yahoo mailbox, by using your favorite email client software. To setup your email client for working with your Yahoo account, you need to select the POP3 protocol and use the following mail server settings:
Yahoo Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - pop.mail.yahoo.com (SSL enabled, port 465)
Yahoo Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - smtp.mail.yahoo.com (SSL enabled, port 995)
POP Yahoo! Mail Plus email server settings
Yahoo Plus Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com (SSL enabled, port 995)
Yahoo Plus Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com (SSL enabled, port 465, use authentication)
IMPORTANT : Yahoo mail on outlook or cell phone is a paid service by yahoo.
Turn on your mobile phone and wait for the standby screen to appear. go to "Menu" button on your screen and select "Messages" from the menu, press "Select" to continue.
Go to the "Settings" menu and press "Select," choose the "Email" option. Select the "Email setup wizard," press the "Select" button and hit "Yes" to continue.
Choose an email account type you wish to configure, press "Next," choose the "Account" option, press "Name" and use your keypad to label your new email account.
Press the "Next" button to continue with the email setup. Enter your email address and password, press "OK" to continue.
Enter the incoming POP3/IMAP information pertaining to your particular email service and press "OK" to continue. Select the "Outgoing Server (SMTP" menu item) and enter in the appropriate SMTP address for your email provider and press "OK" to continue.
Hit the "Select" and wait for the "You have configured this email account successfully" dialog to appear.
Open the web browser and navigate to Yahoo Mail.Login to the Yahoo account by providing Yahoo ID/password information.Decide on the account rollback time that should be about 1 hour earlier than the incident time . Example: if a email was deleted from Trash at 5:15 p.m. choose the mailbox reset time for 4:15 p.m.Save, print or forward to another account all messages received after the time selected in the step 3.Open another instance of the web browser and navigate to the Yahoo! Mail Restore Help Form.Under "Mailbox recovery information" select Month, date and time (15-minute increments) chosen in the step 3. Make sure to fill out the time zone field and specify an alternative email account to receive a confirmation email.Click "Submit" on the bottom of the pageContinue monitoring the mailbox and keep backing up all incoming messages (see step 4)The confirmation email from Yahoo mail customer care usually arrives in 6 to 8 hours and the mailbox should be restored as it was on or around the time entered in the step 6.
1. Go to "Settings"
2. Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars"
3. Select "Add Account...."
4. Select "Yahoo! Mail"
5. Type for NAME (your user name), Address (full Yahoo email address), Password (your password), Description (do not type your yahoo email address, choose something different, like "My Yahoo Account")
The problem most likely is in the Description ... if you type your email address here, it may give the error that the server cannot connect. I changed mine to "My Account" and the server connected.
On the menu screen that shows "call," "sound," etc., hit the white "more" button with a blue cross, > "security," > "auto screen lock," and you options for after 15, 30, 45 seconds, and after 1 minute.
For e-mail alerts, get into your e-mail account from your phone. When your account has popped up (so you can see a list of e-mails and know you're in), hit options on the bottom right. It should give you an "email alerts" option; hit that, and you can enable/disable from there.
When you are in Mobile Email and logged into your mail service, under OPTIONS there is an option to change EMAIL ALERTS. At least it is for Yahoo. I am assuming it would be the same or similar for other email services.