Question about Apple iPhone 3G
The setting was on one of MobileMe mail accounts.I have tried to set up the mail account again, but it won't unless I delete the original, thus deleting all mails plus those on my computer as they are all "pushed". Is there some way i can save the mails on my Mac if they get deleted on the iPhone?
Go into the iPhones settings, to accounts & passwords. From there you should be able to correct the mail settings
Posted on Aug 13, 2019
have you tried to sync with iCloud ?
I'm thinking that if you do that, you may I be able to sync the emails to there.
If you can, set up the synchronization process, then check to see if you can see them on the iCloud using another device, such as your computer.
Posted on Aug 10, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Setting up incoming pop email from Road Runner to iPhone is straightforward.
Setting up outgoing email is not.
In general, Road Runner requires that you be connected to their network through one of their cable modems in order to use their outgoing SMTP server. Since, an iPhone will never be connected this way, you need to find an alternate way.
There are at least three ways I know of:
1) Send your outgoing mail through Cingular or AT&T's smtp server. This works and is no extra charge, but it has the disadvantage that it only works through the slower EDGE network - not through WIFI.
2) I understand that Google offers free email, and through their free email, you can use their outgoing SMTP servers for your RR account.
3) You can sign up with an outgoing SMTP service like www.authsmtp.com. I use this method. It costs about $25 per year. Your outgoing email works through both EDGE and wifi, and it appears to the recipient as if it came directly from RR.
I recommend either option 2 or 3. The google way is more for a do-it-yourselfer. The authsmtp way is a paid service, so there are good instructions and support. I have several months left with authsmtp, but at some point I may switch to Google.
I did number 3 and its fantastic!!
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
Try this on the iPhone:
POP Account Information:
Name: The name you want in the header when you send mail
Address: Your full email address-e.g., My.Address@verizon.net
Description: anything you want (This will be the name in the list of mail accounts)
Incoming Mail Server:
Host Name: incoming.verizon.net
User Name: the first part of your email address-e.g., My.Address
Password: Your password to Verizon netmail or your desktop mail client
Use SSL: Off
Delete from Server: your preference
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Posted on Aug 13, 2009
That's strange. Except if you have the iPhone email settings set to POP instead of IMAP ...
Without knowing how much you have troubleshooted this already, I'll suggest making sure that IMAP is ENABLED on ALL your Gmail accounts and ALSO that IMAP is enabled on all your iPhone email accounts.
If IMAP is working properly you should stay in synch, no matter how you check or delete individual emails.
If you have IMAP enabled on one of the Gmail accounts, you can still access it via POP settings with the iPhone. If this is the setup, then when you delete an email on the server, it will not be synced when you check your mail on the iPhone, but instead you'll just retrieve any new mails that hadn't already been retrieved previously. However, if you delete a mail message on your iPhone in this scenario, it will not "return."
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Posted on Mar 06, 2010
To download applications on iPhone, you need to open an Apple ID. Once your apple id is created (on apple website), you can download apps from your iphone. When the app is free, it will not be charged.
hope that helps
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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Note: Syncing email account settings to iPhone
or iPod touch copies the email account setup, not the messages
themselves. Whether the messages in your inbox appear on both iPhone or
iPod touch and your computer depends on the type of email account you
have and how it's configured. You may need to enter your password on the
device after syncing account settings.
here is a video for doing this procedure..
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