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If you already have an email account set up, press Menu and tap Accounts. Press Menu again and tap Add account.
Type your Email address and Password, and click Next.
If you have IMAP, tap IMAP. If you're not sure, tap POP3.
Use these settings for your incoming server, depending on the type of email you have:
Enter your full email address.
Enter your email account password.
Enter your full email address.
Enter your email account password.
Use these settings for your outgoing server:As a troubleshooting step, you must have enabled SMTP relays for your account. For more information, see See your SMTP relays.
SMTP (Outgoing Mail Server)
Select Require sign-in and make sure your Username (your full email address) and Password are correct. Tap Next.
Tap Next again. Name your account and enter the name you want to display on outgoing messages.
That's it. If everything is working OK, you should see some email messages. To make sure you can send messages, go ahead and compose an email and send it to yourself.
Here is a quick tutorial of configuring Samsung Star S5233 Star 3G S5603 S5600 Preston Star WiFi for setting up the email client inside the phone with its POP3 Settings for G mail NOTE VERY FIRST ENABLE POP3 FROM YOUR G MAIL ACCOUNT SETTINGS LOG IN TO YOUR G MAIL ACCOUNT ON TOP RIGHT CLICK ON SETTINGS THEN CLICK FORWARDING and POP3 THEN ENABLE POP3 FOR ALL MAIL OR YOU CAN SELECT OTHER OPTION. BUT AT LEAST POP3 MUST BE ENABLED. THEN SAVE CHANGES POP3 G mail Settings For Samsung Star Cellphones Go To Menu Messages Click Settings Email Then Touch Email Setup Wizard Notice will Touch OK Give name to your account E g G mail Enter your email id your name at g mail.com Then Enter Password for your account Incoming Server type POP3 Incoming Server pop.g mail.com Outgoing Server SMTP smtp.g mail.com Secured Connection Off Then touch OK it will display your POP3email account configured successfully Now press back button and tap on Email Accounts, then touch the email account you have just created. There some more option than above you just have to edit that recured Connection: Off POP3 Port 995 SMTP Port 587 Now tink he option APOP Log in Download Limit 500 Secured connection SSL choose SSL for second option only not for first option Retrieving Option Choose Subject only Keep On Server Tick My Address Username Password same as you entered above POP before SMTP Dont Tick SMTP Auth Tick Same as POP3 IMAP4 Tick And Finally Save All Settings.That s it Now you can retrieve your message from your mail box and on Download to download all messages But Do you want your Samsung star phone to automatically download your messages Here is a small option they have given for that.Go To Message Settings Email Receiving Options Download Limit 300KB Auto polling Home Network Only Following option is time after when email is downloaded automatically Polling Frequency 30 Minutes you can choose higher if you want Send read report: Tick And again your emails will be automatically recovered from server at every 30 minutes. And you get notified near your message notifier on your home screen if there is any unread emails.You can also optionally block email id s or subject that you don t wish to receive on your Samsung Star
That has to set up first. You can find email settings for your phone by net searching. If you use Gmail ID then your out going mail server is- smtp.google.com and incoming mail server is- pop.google.com
You can set your email parameter from your message or settings menu in your phone.
Just set up email account. worked first time for me.
from menu: <messages><3 email
accounts><ok><ok> on first account (Account 1)
fill in email account details:
Account Name: enter a arbitrary name that is relevant to you.
SMTP server: enter smtp address of your email provider
SMTP port: leave default of 25, unless advised otherwise by your provider
Email retrieval server type: pop or IMAP4 generally pop will work but use config as provided by isp
pop3 server: typically same as SMTP server, unless otherwise specified
POP3 port: 110 is default
use ssl checkbox. I left unchecked, this would provide a higher level of transfer security but makes config more complicated
Keep on server checkbox, I checked this as my mail emailis my laptop,
so I don't wantthis to take all the messages, this way both devices can
get messages, assuming leave on server is enabled on other email client
on Laptop/PC but set to delete after 7 days.
My address: enter email address in the form: firstname.lastname@example.org
user name: enter the configured email account user name. usually the name before the "@" in your email address
Password: enter password of the email account to allow access, note case senSaTive
Use SMTP authentication checkbox. i left this blank as this is not required by my isp, although some do require this.
Same as POP3/IMAP4 checkbox. only needed if SMTP authentication
checkbox is set. if SMTP authentication is set then a name and password
is required, generally the same as POP3 name/password entered earlier
so just select - same, otherwise if isp setup requires differnt use
fill the username / password fields.
ensure newly created account has tick in the box next to it to enable it.
to test create an email message and send. may need to add email address to a contact first.
To receive emails:
<messages><email inbox><options><download> this will download any emails on your mail server
To send and receive emails via your LG Prada phone you will first need to set up an email account
Send and Receive emails on your LG Prada phone by setting up an email account.
To set up a new account:
From the Start-up screen select the Main Menu icon
Select Message (Figure 1)
Scroll down and select Settings (Figure 2)
Select Email (Figure 3)
Select Accounts (Figure 4)
Select Menu icon
Select New Account (Figure 5)
You will now be required to enter some information relevant to your network provider (details of which you can find here) and existing email account:
Account Name ? For example ? Hotmail, Gmail etc (Figure 6)
Email Address ? e.g. email@example.com
Your Name ? e.g. Bob Jones
Incoming Mail Server ? Click here to find out this information (Figure 7)
User Name ? e.g. bobjones
Password ? This is will be the same as your Gmail/Hotmail password
Outgoing Mail Server ? Click here to find out this information (Figure 8)
You can also set up some Advanced Settings on your email account, to do this press the Menu icon and select Advanced Settings (Figure 9).
You can now edit the following settings if you need to do so, however, they will already be set to default settings:
Protocol Type (Figure 10)
Maximum Receive Size
Save To Server
Insert Signature (Figure 11)
Reply Email Address (Figure 12)
Incoming Port Number
Outgoing Port Number (Figure 13)
Outgoing Mail Authen (Figure 14)
Outgoing Server ID
Outgoing Server Password
Once you have completed the above, press Save the in the Email Account section activate your new email account (Figure 15). You are now ready to send and receive emails.
You can also change your Network Profile and set up a Signature via the main Email menu simply select Network Profile then the new profile and activate. To set up a Signature choose Signature, then New and write your Signature and press OK