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    Default Setting up iMAP/POP settings for email?

    Hey guys I have a Sidekick LX and honestly more and more lately I am not
    anywhere near my PC. So I've set it up for like my Y! & Gmail accounts no
    problem but I cannot get it to setup for my Dathorn site...

    I need Mail Server, Protocol, Port, Username and of course my pass.
    Problem is, using the generic instructions in cPanel I cannot get my phone
    to accept it & connect successfully. Would changing out '+' for '@' work??
    "How can someone be so distracted yet so focused?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Would changing out '+' for '@' work??
    Doesn't hurt to try it

    There isn't anything special with the e-mail configuration. Use the domain as the server, the full e-mail address as the username, and of course the password.

    POP3 - port 110
    POP3 ssl - 995
    IMAP - 143
    IMAP ssl - 993

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    Nope still did not work
    Hmm..
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    Something must be configured incorrectly or this is a problem with the device / network being used. Are you getting an error message or what exactly is the problem?

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    As a side note I would say that I was able to connect from Asus P535 (Windows Mobile 6) which means there is a problem with your configuration. I used name+domain.com as login.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewT View Post
    Something must be configured incorrectly or this is a problem with the device / network being used. Are you getting an error message or what exactly is the problem?
    I think it is the device/tMobile network. I tried both using 'user+domain.com' and 'user@domain.com' as well as manually setting the ports. It is supposed to be
    able to setup any POP/iMAP email to be received on the phone...
    It has to be the phone as my Yahoo! and Gmail accounts work fine.
    "How can someone be so distracted yet so focused?"
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