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How to Setup E-mail on Your iPhone

By rkayne, eHow Member

Here is how to set up your email on your iPhone for the first time.

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http://www.ehow.com/how_2059252_setup-email-iphone.html?

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Setting up e-mail

Mobile e-mail is crucial to keeping you connected while you’re on-the-go. Setting up

your work and personal e-mail accounts on your Windows Mobile phone is easy using

these helpful tools and tutorials.

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http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/help/getstarted/email-setup.mspx

 

 

 

Setting up Your Email in Microsoft Outlook 2007

This tutorial shows you how to set up Microsoft Outlook® 2007 to work with your email account. You can set up previous versions of Microsoft Outlook using the settings in this tutorial.

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http://help.godaddy.com/article/2649?isc==

 

 

 

Setting Up an Email Account and Importing Data in Outlook 2003

These tutorials will guide you through the process of setting up an email account in Outlook 2003. Alternatively, or additionally, how to import email account settings from Outlook Express or Eudora. Finally, you will learn how to easily import your old emails and contacts (address books) in Outlook 2003.

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http://www.freeemailtutorials.com/microsoftOutlook2003/

 

 

 

Creating a New Email Account in Thunderbird

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http://www.freeemailtutorials.com/mozillaThunderbird/setupEmailAccount.cwd

 

 

 

Setting up an email account in Windows Live Mail

This free email tutorial shows you how to setup a POP3 or IMAP email account in Windows Live Mail.

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http://www.freeemailtutorials.com/windowsLiveMail/setupEmailAccounts/index.htm

 

 

 

Creating an Account in Your Email Application for the First Time

Use this tutorial if you have never created an account in your email application (e.g., Outlook Express, Eudora, etc.) before. If an account already exists in your email application, use the Adding Your AT&T Account to Your Email Application tutorial instead.

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http://helpme.att.net/email/walkthrough/launch_new.html

 

 

 

Outlook Email Setup Tutorial

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http://www.sellersbay.com/outlooktutorial.asp

 

 

 

Still Having Problems?

Over the last few years, more and more ISP's have started to require their subscribers to use their SMTP server to send mail. This allows them to monitor spammers, and help to reduce to the overwhelming amounts of spam and exploitation that occurs daily with email. In this case we suggest you set your outgoing mail server to exactly the same setting as you use for your ISP. If you are not certain what these are: check on this list below for your ISP. Provided with each ISP that blocks, is their respective SMTP server setting. This list has been compiled by the Lucid Geek over the last year. It is not a complete list of ISPs that require that their clients use their SMTP servers; however, it is as accurate as possible at this time.

 

AOL: smtp.mail.aol.com

Adelphia: mail.adelphia.net

Ameritech: mailhost.det.ameritech.net

AT&T: mailhost.att.net

AT&T Global: smtp1.attglobal.net

Bell internet highspeed (Canadian): smtp10.bellnet.ca

Bell south: mail.bellsouth.net

bigpond.com (Australian): contact service provider for Settings.

CableOne: mail.cableone.net

Charter Communications: smtp.chartermi.net

Charter.net: smtp.charter.net

CharterTN.net: mail.chartertn.net

CharterMI.net: mail.chartermi.net

Cinncinnati Bell/Fuse Dial-up: smtp.fuse.net

coax.net: smtp.west.coax.net /east / central

comcast: smtp.comcast.net

Cox: smtp.west.cox.net - smtp.central.cox.net - smtp.east.cox.net

Earthlink: smtp.earthlink.net

Etisalat (UAE): smtp.emirates.net.ae

epix: out.epix.net

erols: smtp.erols.com

Frontiernet.net: smtp.frontiernet.net

fuse: smtp.fuse.net

iquest.net: mail.iquest.net

ISP.com: mail.isp.com

Juno: smtp.juno.com

Megared (Mexico): contact service provider for Settings.

Mindspring: smtp.mindspring.com

MSN: smtp.email.msn.com

MSN.DSL: secure.smtp.email.msn.com

NEBI.com: mail.nebi.com

Netcom: smtp.ix.netcom.com

NetZero: smtp.netzero.net

OOL (Optimum Online): mail.optonline.net

Pacific Bell (Pacbell): mail.pacbell.net

panix.com: mailhost.panix.com

PeoplePC: smtp.peoplepc.com

Quixnet.net: smtp.quixnet.net

RCN: smtp.rcn.com

Road Runner(NYC): smtp-server.nyc.rr.com (for other states, and regions contact your

Road Runner Support team)

SBC: smtp.sbcglobal.net

SBC Yahoo: smtp.sbcglobal.yahoo.com

speakeasy: mail.speakeasy.net

Spectrum DSL mail.webstable.com

SprintLink smtp.a001.sprintmail.com

Sprynet m6.sprynet.com

Starpower smtp.starpower.net

Sympatico mailhost.sk.sympatico.ca

UMBC smtp.gl.umbc.edu

USA.NET mail.netaddress.usa.net

US Internet smtp.usit.net

The-Beach.net: mail.the-beach.net

UUNet mail.uu.net

Verio: smtp.veriomail.com

Verizon: outgoing.verizon.net

Verizon(alt): smtpout.verizon.net or outgoing.verizon.net

Wide Open West smtp.mail.wideopenwest.com

XO Communications mail.njd.xo.com or smtp.concentric.net

Yahoo smtp.mail.yahoo.com

yourlink.ca (Canadian): contact service provider for Settings.

Ziplink smtp.ziplink.net