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Unable to connect my dsl w/ outlook mail

Windows keeps asking for a username and password for the server but wont accept it. I have windows vista and a dsl rep said it was a vista problem.

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Well ya could try going to the server and adding the remote pc as an allowed user, ie: make an account for it.. see if that helps. redo ya Sharing permissions etc... check ya in same group etc..

Vista is a bear! we have heaps o probs at the shop Customer tear their hair out..

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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How to set up an e-mail account from the device using the Set up E-mail link - T-Mobile Dash™ WM 6.0

To set up an e-mail account on your device, follow these steps:
  1. From the Home screen, scroll to and select Set Up E-mail.
    • NOTE: If you have hidden the Set Up E-mail link on the Home screen, select Start, Set Up E-mail. To restore the Set Up E-mail link on the Home screen, select Start, Accessories, Restore Set Up E-mail Plugin.
  2. Select one of the following:
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      1. Read the Terms of Use.
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      4. Select Next.
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      1. Select Sign in to Windows Live.
      2. Read the Terms of Use.
      3. Select Accept.
      4. Type your e-mail address and password.
        • NOTE: To scroll between the username and password fields, press the Navigation key left or right, not up or down.
      5. Select Next.
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      4. Select Next.
      5. Select Finish.
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      1. Select set up your device to sync with it.
      2. Type the server address.
      3. Select Next.
      4. Type your username, password, and domain.
        • NOTE: To scroll between the fields, press the Navigation key left or right, not up or down.
      5. Select Next.
      6. Select the data you want to synchronize (Contacts, Calendar, E-mail, and Tasks).
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        • NOTE: E-mail deleted from your Outlook e-mail account using your device is also deleted from your Inbox on the Exchange Server. To locate deleted messages, view the Deleted Items folder in Outlook on your computer.
    • Other E-mail: To set up your device to receive e-mail from other accounts, such as Comcast.
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        • NOTE: To scroll between the username and password fields, press the Navigation key left or right, not up or down.
      2. Select Next.
      3. Type the incoming and outgoing servers, if necessary.
      4. Select Next.
      5. Select the server type.
      6. Select Menu.
      7. Select Done.
      8. Select Finish.

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