Motorola Q - 1 Product specifications

Setting Up Email
on your Sprint Mobile Broadband Smart Device
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Overview of Email Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Your Email Choices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Types of Email Accounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Section 2: Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging . . . . . . . 5
Requesting a Good Mobile Messaging Account . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging on Your Device . . . . . . . . . . .6
Section 3: Setting Up an Exchange Server Account . . . . 9
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Configuring Your Device to Synchronize
With Your Exchange Account . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Accessing Your Exchange Account . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Synchronizing Manually or Changing
Your Synchronization Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Section 4: Setting Up Hotmail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Setting Up Hotmail Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Accessing and Synchronizing Hotmail Email Account . . . . . . . . 17
Section 5: Setting Up Personal Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Setting Up Email With Automatic Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Setting Up Email Without Automatic Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Accessing and Synchronizing Your Personal Email Account . . 30
Deleting a Personal Email Account . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Sec tion 1
Overview
Overview of Email Options
In This Section
⽧
Your Email Choices
⽧
Types of Email Accounts
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Your MOTO Q by Motorola can send and receive email from,
and synchronize with, many types of email accounts. This
guide helps you set up your device with the email solution
that is best suited for your needs. You may set up as many as
seven email accounts on your device.
Note:
For basic information on using your device, such as installing
the battery, activating your Sprint service, finding keys on the
keypad, navigating within screens, as well as important
safety information, please see the Getting Started Guide that
came with your device.
For more support information about using your MOTO Q,
see the Motorola Q Support Web site at
http://www.motorola.com/support/Q. You can also contact
the Motorola Customer Support Center at 1-800-657-7576
(United States and Canada) or 1-888-390-6456 (TTY/TDD
United States for hearing impaired).
Section 1: Overview of Email Options
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Your Email Choices
Read this section to determine where to find more
information on the type of email solution you want on your
device.
If you want to access email on your device over the air:
䢇 To access corporate email, you have the following choices:
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䡲 You can use Good Mobile Messaging . See “Setting
Up Good Mobile Messaging” on page 5.
䡲 You can get direct access to Exchange email using
Microsoft Direct Push technology. See “Setting Up
an Exchange Server Account” on page 9.
䢇 To access personal email, you have the following choices:
䡲 To set up your device to access your Hotmail
account, see “Setting Up Hotmail” on page 15.
䡲 To set up your device to access another type of
personal email account, such as Yahoo! or AOL, see
“Setting Up Personal Email” on page 19.
If you want to sync email from Microsoft Outlook on your PC to
your device:
䢇 Install ActiveSync® (provided on the CD that came with
your device) on your PC and connect your device to your
PC with the supplied USB cable, an infrared connection, or
Bluetooth® connection. Refer to your device’s Getting
Started Guide for more information on this.
For more information on the types of email accounts you set
up to access on your device, see “Types of Email Accounts” on
page 3.
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Section 1: Overview of Email Options
Types of Email Accounts
Section 1: Overview of Email Options
Overview
Listed below are the types of email accounts that you can set
up on your device and an explanation of what each enables
you to do when set up on your device:
䢇 Good Mobile Messaging – Enables you to use Good Mobile
Messaging, a third-party application, to synchronize your
corporate email in real time. Your company must use a
Good Mobile Messaging Server for you to use Good
Mobile Messaging on your device. Check with your
corporate IT department to find out if you can use Good
Mobile Messaging on your device.
䢇 Exchange Server – This set-up enables you to use Microsoft
Direct Push technology to synchronize your email and
other information directly (over the air) with the
information stored on a Microsoft® Exchange Server
2003. Typically, this set-up is required if you would like to
synchronize your device with your employer's Exchange
Server. Check with your corporate IT department to find
out if you can set up an Exchange email account on your
device.
䢇 Hotmail – Enables you to send and receive email messages
with an MSN Hotmail® account.
䢇 Personal Email (POP3 or IMAP) – Enables you to send and
receive email messages with an account that you have
with a Web-based email provider, like Yahoo!, or with an
Internet service provider (ISP), like AOL or EarthLink. Some
email providers may charge a fee for accessing email on
your device.
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Sec tion 2
Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging
In This Section
⽧
Requesting a Good Mobile Messaging Account
⽧
Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging on Your Device
Good Mobile Messaging
Good Mobile Messaging is a service that lets you receive your
corporate email on your device as soon as the email is sent.
An application that you download to your device lets you use
the Good Mobile Messaging service.
Good Mobile Messaging also lets you synchronize contacts,
calender appointments, tasks, and notes.
Section 2: Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging
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Requesting a Good Mobile Messaging
Account
Before you begin setting up, you must contact your corporate
IT department and request a Good account. When you
register for your Good account, an email will be sent with
information you will need to set up Good Mobile Messaging
on your device, such as a link to the Good Mobile Messaging
application file you must download and a 15-digit PIN.
Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging on
Your Device
To set up Good Mobile Messaging on you device, you will
need:
䢇 The email address for which you want to use Good Mobile
Messaging to receive email on your device.
䢇 The link to the Good Mobile Messaging application file
you must download to your device.
䢇 The 15-digit PIN sent to you when you registered for your
Good Mobile Messaging account.
To set up Good Mobile Messaging on your device:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Press Start (left softkey).
Select Get Good.
Select I want Good Mobile Messaging.
Select I have a valid PIN.
If a Security Alert is displayed, press Yes (left softkey) to
continue.
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6. When you see the OTA Setup message, select Download
Now.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Press Yes (left softkey).
Wait while the file downloads.
Press Done (left softkey).
Good Mobile Messaging
Press Start (left softkey) and follow the prompts to
install the file:
䡲 When prompted, enter the email address for which
you want to use Good Mobile Messaging to receive
email on your device.
䡲 When prompted, enter the 15-digit PIN sent to you
when you registered for your Good Mobile
Messaging account.
䡲 When prompted, select Sprint as your carrier.
䡲 If prompts appear asking you to confirm that you
want to install the Good Mobile Messaging file,
reply by choosing Yes or OK.
11. The Good Mobile Messaging application prompts you to
connect to the server and complete the set-up process.
Press Launch (left softkey) to continue.
12. The Good Mobile Messaging application prompts you to
reset your device. Press OK (left softkey) to reset your
device.
13. A prompt appears telling you the set-up process is
complete. Press OK (left softkey).
You can now use Good Mobile Messaging on your device.
Section 2: Setting Up Good Mobile Messaging
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Sec tion 3
Setting Up an Exchange Server
Account
Exchange Server
In This Section
⽧
Before You Begin
⽧
Configuring Your Device to Synchronize With Your Exchange
Account
⽧
Accessing Your Exchange Account
⽧
Synchronizing Manually or Changing Your Synchronization
Options
This section tells you how to use Microsoft Direct Push to
access your corporate Exchange email account and how to set
your synchronization options.
Section 3: Setting Up an Exchange Server Account
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Before You Begin
Before you begin, contact your corporate IT department to
determine if your company’s Exchange server is configured
for wireless synchronization. If it is, you will need them to
provide you with:
䢇 Your user name and password.
䢇 The server domain name.
䢇 The server address.
䢇 Whether an encrypted (SSL) connection is required.
About Microsoft Direct Push
Your device uses the enhanced version of Microsoft
Windows® Mobile 2005 known as Mobile Security Feature
Pack (MSFP).
This enhanced version supports a type of over-the-air
communication with your corporate email servers known as
Microsoft Direct Push.
Microsoft Direct Push technology will keep your device and
corporate mailbox synchronized at all times with absolutely
minimal delays. It will do this for email, calendar entries,
contacts, and tasks.
To benefit from the enhanced capabilities of Microsoft Direct
Push, you will need to consult your corporate IT staff, as this
may require some set-up and adjustments to your corporate
technical infrastructure. Use of Microsoft Direct Push requires
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
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Section 3: Setting Up an Exchange Server Account
Configuring Your Device to Synchronize
With Your Exchange Account
To set up an Exchange email account on your device and set
synchronization options:
Exchange Server
1. Press Start (left softkey).
2. Select ActiveSync.
3. In the screen that appears, select set up your device to
sync with it.
4. In the screen that appears:
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Enter your server address in the Server address: field.
If appropriate, select the This server requires an
encrypted (SSL) connection checkbox.
5. Press Next (right softkey).
6. In the screen that appears:
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Note:
Enter your user name.
Enter your password.
Enter the domain name.
If you want your device to save your password,
select the Save password checkbox.
If you choose to save your password, others may be able to
access your email if you misplace your device or leave it
unattended.
7. Press Next (right softkey).
8. Select the items you would like to synchronize. In
addition to synchronizing email, you can synchronize
contacts, calendar, and tasks.
9. Press Finish (left softkey).
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10. Press Menu (right softkey).
11. Select Schedule.
12. Choose your synchronization schedule. When you are
finished choosing your synchronization schedule, press
Done (left softkey).
Note:
Synchronizing more frequently uses your device’s battery
power more quickly than synchronizing less frequently.
If you are out of network coverage and your device tries to
sync three times without finding a network, your
synchronization settings automatically revert to manual
synchronization. To set your synchronization schedule back to
the desired frequency, you will need to reset the Schedule
option in the ActiveSync settings.
13. Choose which items you want to synchronize (your
choices are email, contacts, calendar, and tasks), press
Menu (right softkey), and select Options. When you are
finished making your selections, press Done (left
softkey).
This completes your set-up. To begin using your device to
access your Exchange account and the other Exchange Server
items you selected to be synchronized, you can wait for your
first scheduled synchronization or synchronize manually.
To synchronize manually:
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Press Sync (left softkey).
Section 3: Setting Up an Exchange Server Account
Accessing Your Exchange Account
To access your Exchange account on your device:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Messaging.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
).
2. Select Outlook E-mail.
Exchange Server
Synchronizing Manually or Changing Your
Synchronization Options
You can synchronize manually at any time or change your
synchronization options using the ActiveSync program on
your device.
To synchronize manually at any time:
1. Press Start (left softkey).
2. Select ActiveSync (left softkey).
3. Press Sync (left softkey).
To change your synchronization options:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Start (left softkey).
Select ActiveSync.
Press Menu (right softkey).
Select Schedule to choose your synchronization
schedule. Select Options to choose which items you
want to synchronize. When you are finished, press
Done (left softkey).
Section 3: Setting Up an Exchange Server Account
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Sec tion 4
Setting Up Hotmail
In This Section
⽧
Setting Up Hotmail Email
⽧
Accessing and Synchronizing Hotmail Email Account
You can use your device to send and receive email messages
from a Pocket MSN Hotmail email account. Your device has
MSN Hotmail software on it that makes this easy.
To set up your Hotmail account an your device, you need your
Hotmail email address and password.
Hotmail
Section 4: Setting Up Hotmail
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Setting Up Hotmail Email
To set up your Hotmail email account on your device:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Pocket MSN.
2. Select MSN Hotmail.
3. In the screen that appears:
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Note:
Enter your Hotmail email address.
Enter your Hotmail email account password.
If you want your device to save your password,
select the Save password checkbox.
If you choose to save your password, others may be able to
access your email if you misplace your device or leave it
unattended.
4. Press Sign in (left softkey).
5. Press Menu (right softkey).
6. Select Send/Receive.
Your device is now set to send and receive email from your
Hotmail account.
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Section 4: Setting Up Hotmail
Accessing and Synchronizing Hotmail
Email Account
To access your Hotmail email account:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Pocket MSN.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
).
2. Select Hotmail.
To synchronize your Hotmail email account:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Pocket MSN.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
).
2. Select Hotmail.
3. Press Menu (right softkey).
4. Select Send/Receive.
Hotmail
Section 4: Setting Up Hotmail
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Sec tion 5
Setting Up Personal Email
In This Section
⽧
Setting Up Email With Automatic Settings
⽧
Setting Up Email Without Automatic Settings
⽧
Accessing and Synchronizing Your Personal Email Account
You can use your device to send and receive email messages
from email accounts you have through your Internet service
provider (ISP), through a Web-based email service, or any
other POP3 or IMAP4 email account.
Many popular email providers have automatic settings for
setting up email on your device. This simplifies the set-up
process.
Note:
Personal Email
If the email account you want to set up on your device does
not have automatic settings, you must enter the setting
manually. “Setting Up Email Without Automatic Settings” on
page 24 contains the required settings for some of these
email providers.
Some email providers may charge a fee for accessing email on
your device or may require you to change your email account
settings in order to set up email on your device. Check with
your email providers for more information.
Section 5: Setting Up Personal Email
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Setting Up Email With Automatic Settings
These are some POP3 or IMAP4 email providers that have
automatic settings for setting up your email on your device:
䢇 Yahoo.com
䢇 Gmail.com
䢇 Comcast.net
䢇 AOL.com
䢇 AIM.com
䢇 Sbcglobal.net
If your email provider has automatic settings, you need your
email address and password to set up the email account on
your device.
If you do not know if your email provider has automatic
settings, you can still follow the steps in this section. These
steps tell you how to make your device attempt to obtain
these settings. If this attempt fails, you can follow the
instructions in “Setting Up Email Without Automatic
Settings” on page 24.
To set up a personal email account on your device if your email
provider has automatic settings:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Messaging.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Select Outlook E-mail.
Press Menu (right softkey).
Select Options.
Select New Account.
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6. In the screen that appears:
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Enter your name as you want it to appear to people
who receive email from you.
Enter your email address, including “@” and the
part after it.
Select the Attempt to obtain e-mail settings from the
Internet checkbox.
7. Press Next (right softkey).
8. Wait while your device downloads the settings. When
the settings have been downloaded, a screen appears
telling you that the settings have been downloaded
successfully. For example, this screen appears for Yahoo!
email accounts:
Note:
Personal Email
If your device could not download settings, see “Setting Up
Email Without Automatic Settings” on page 24.
9. Press Next (right softkey).
10. In the screen that appears:
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Enter your email account login.
Enter your email account password.
If you want your device to save your password,
select the Save password checkbox.
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Note:
If you choose to save your password, others may be able to
access your email if you misplace your device or leave it
unattended.
11. Press Next (right softkey).
12. Press Next (right softkey) again.
13. Press Next (right softkey) again.
14. In the screen that appears:
䡲
䡲
Select the number of days’ worth of email you want
to receive on your device from this account. Scroll
left and right using your device’s navigation key to
make the selection.
Select the initial size of email you want to receive on
your device from this account. Scroll left and right
using your device’s navigation key to make the
selection.
15. Press Next (right softkey).
16. Select how often you want your device to check for
messages automatically. Scroll left and right using your
device’s navigation key to make the selection.
17. Press Finish (right softkey).
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18. If you want to download email from this account now,
press Yes (left softkey).
— or —
If you don’t want to download email from this account
now, press No (right softkey).
Personal Email
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Setting Up Email Without Automatic
Settings
If your POP3 or IMAP4 email provider does not have
automatic settings for setting up your email on your device,
you must enter these settings manually.
To do this, you must have the following information in
addition to your email address and password before you
begin:
䢇 Account type (POP3 or IMAP4).
䢇 The incoming server address and whether the incoming
server requires an SSL connection.
䢇 The outgoing server address and whether the outgoing
server requires authentication.
䢇 For a small number of POP3 and IMAP4 email providers, a
domain name.
Setting Information for Some Email Providers
Without Automatic Settings
The following is a list of email settings information for POP3
and IMAP4 email providers that do not have automatic
settings.
If your POP3 or IMAP4 email provider is not on this list,
contact your email provider for settings information.
If your POP3 or IMAP4 email provider is on this list, but you
are unable to set up your email account on your device using
these settings, the settings may have changed since the
publication of this guide. In this case, contact your email
provider for the correct settings information.
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Section 5: Setting Up Personal Email
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Section 5: Setting Up Personal Email
Personal Email
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AIM.com:
䡲 Account type: IMAP4.
䡲 Incoming server address: imap.aim.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.aim.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
Excite.com:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop3.excite.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.excite.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
Lycos.com:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop.mail.lycos.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.mail.lycos.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
Flash.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: mail.flash.net.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: pop.flash.net.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
NVBell.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop.nvbell.yahoo.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.nvbell.yahoo.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
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PacBell.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: postoffice.pacbell.net.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: mail.pacbell.net.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
Prodigy.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop.prodigy.yahoo.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.prodigy.yahoo.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
SNet.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop.snet.net.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.snet.net.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
SWBell.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop.swbell.yahoo.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.swbell.yahoo.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
Wans.net:
䡲 Account type: POP3.
䡲 Incoming server address: pop.wans.yahoo.com.
䡲 Incoming server does not require SSL connection.
䡲 Outgoing server address: smtp.wans.yahoo.com.
䡲 Outgoing server requires SSL authentication.
Section 5: Setting Up Personal Email
Setting Up Email Manually
To set up a personal email account on your device if your email
provider does not have automatic settings:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Messaging.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
).
Select Outlook E-mail.
Press Menu (right softkey).
Select Options.
Select New Account.
In the screen that appears:
䡲 Enter your name as you want it to appear to people
who receive email from you.
䡲 Enter your email address, including “@” and the
part after it.
䡲 De-select the Attempt to obtain e-mail settings from
the Internet checkbox.
7. Press Next (right softkey).
8. In the screen that appears:
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䡲
Note:
Personal Email
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Enter your email account login.
Enter your email account password.
If required by your email provider, enter the domain
name.
If you want your device to save your password,
select the Save password checkbox.
If you choose to save your password, others may be able to
access your email if you misplace your device or leave it
unattended.
9. Press Next (right softkey).
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10. In the screen that appears:
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Select your email account type: POP3 or IMAP4.
Scroll left and right using your device’s navigation
key to make the selection.
Enter the account name as you want it to appear in
this account’s Outbox folder on your device (for
example, “Yahoo”).
Make sure Network: is set to The Internet.
11. Press Next (right softkey).
12. In the screen that appears:
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Enter the incoming server address.
If the incoming server requires an SSL connection,
select the Require SSL connection checkbox.
Enter the outgoing server address.
If the outgoing server requires authentication,
select the Outgoing server requires authentication
checkbox.
13. Press Next (right softkey).
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14. In the screen that appears:
䡲
䡲
Select the number of days’ worth of email you want
to receive on your device from this account. Scroll
left and right using your device’s navigation key to
make the selection.
Select the initial size of email you want to receive on
your device from this account. Scroll left and right
using your device’s navigation key to make the
selection.
15. Press Next (right softkey).
16. Select how often you want your device to check for
messages automatically. Scroll left and right using your
device’s navigation key to make the selection.
Personal Email
17. Press Next (right softkey).
18. Press Finish (right softkey).
19. If you want to download email from this account now,
press Yes (left softkey).
— or —
If you don’t want to download email from this account
now, press No (right softkey).
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Accessing and Synchronizing Your Personal
Email Account
You access a personal email account you set up on your device
by going to the folder name you gave the account.
To access a personal email account:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Messaging.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
).
2. Select the account you want to access.
To synchronize the account:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Messaging.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
2. Select the account you want to access.
3. Press Menu (right softkey).
4. Select Send/Receive.
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Deleting a Personal Email Account
If you set up a personal email account that you no longer
want on your device, you can delete it.
To delete a personal email account from your device:
1. Press Start (left softkey) and then select Messaging.
— or —
Press the Message/Display Off key (
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
).
Select the email account that you want to delete.
Press Menu (right softkey).
Select Options > Account Options.
Press Menu (right softkey).
Select Delete.
Press Yes (left softkey) to confirm.
Press Done (left softkey).
Press Done (left softkey) again.
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