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Set up POP 3 for Outlook Express Outlook Express allows you to add a new email account to your existing profile. This means you do not have to replace your current settings in order to send and receive Rediffmail messages.
* Choose 'Accounts' > 'Mail' > 'Add' > 'Mail * In the 'Display Name', type your name and click 'Next'. * In the Email ID box, type your Rediffmail ID. * Select "POP3" to answer the question "My incoming mail server is a..." * In the Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP, or HTTP) server box, type "pop.rediffmail.com" * In the Outgoing mail (SMTP) server box, type "smtp.rediffmail.com" * Click "Next." * In the Account Name box, type your Rediffmail ID * In the Password box, type your Rediffmail Password. * If you want Outlook Express to remember your password, check the "Remember password" box. * Do not check the boxes labelled "Log on using Secure..." * Click "Next." * Click "Finish."
Next time instead of trying random unlock codes request it from the service provider. "not allowed" means that the wrong code was tryed more of 5 times. now you must send your phone to nokia repair to unlock it.
Did you set it up using Epson's receipt printer drivers? If so, right click on it and choose properties. Under the PORT tab, check and make sure it is set for proper port (LPT1, COM1, USB, etc). If you make changes, click APPLY, then OK. Then Right click, PROPERTIES, Print test Page. If you can't get test page to print, your wasting your time sending codes to printer.
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i don't know what error 2 is. It might mean that you tried too many attempts to enter the code, causing the radio to 'lock up'. When this happens, some radios 'auto clear' the error code after a fixed period of time (anywhere from 3 hours to a couple of days). Others can't be cleared without sending the radio back to the manufacture (but try simply disconnecting the battery, and reconnecting it, first) Assuming that you can get back to the position where you can enter the code, here's how to do it. I'll use the code 4968 for my example: Press button 1, 4 times Press button 2, 9 times Press button 3, 6 times Press button 4, 8 times Press button 6.
try leaving your ignition on for an hour or so and see if the error 2 message changes to the option where you have to input a code.
check you peugeot manuals to see if the previous owner has noted the code down if not hopefully you should have a stereo manual whihc will have the serial number on it .if not then you will have to remove the stereo and get the serial number off the back. if you take the serial and logbook to a peugeot dealers they will beable to give you a code usually free.
Hello, this code is : Fusing temp. warming-up error. This means that the fuser did not warm-up in the allowed time. Possible causing-- in order; Thermistor bad or out of position, fuser lamp bad, thermofuse bad, BICU board defective, power supply board bad, poor fusing unit connection ----check this first if you had the fuser out of the machine.
If you would like to talk, I can see if we can try to reset the code -- sometimes if the machine is to cold at warm-up the code will throw. # 216-701-1591. Thank you.