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Router will not allow my IPAD2 to send or receive mail

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Good Day,

First, How do you access your E-Mail?

1) do you access your email using SAFARI and from there your sending / receiving email?

2) do you access your email using an email client ( MAC MAIL) if so make sure that the program is properly configured and if not contact your ISP to get the POP3 and SMTP settings that you need to put in.


Good Luck.

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