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I have accidentally changed the port setting on my iPhone.

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?

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Go into the iPhones settings, to accounts & passwords. From there you should be able to correct the mail settings

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Hi,
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.

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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

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SOURCE: verizon email account setup on my iPhone

Try this on the iPhone:

Incoming settings:
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

Advanced:
Incoming Settings
Use SSL: Off
Authentication: Password
Delete from Server: your preference
Server Port:110

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Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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SOURCE: My boyfriend synced his Iphone to my computer and

He needs to sync the Iphone back with his computer. Then the iPhone should change back to his passwords etc

Posted on Jan 11, 2010

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SOURCE: email deleted on the server still remains in my iphone

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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Hello
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

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Need to setup email on iphon 3gs. I need step by step info.


Setting up email accountsEmail account setup with Mail is easy. If you're setting up an email account for the first time on iPhone or iPod touch, simply touch the Mail icon on the Home screen. If you're adding an additional account with software version 2.0 or later, touch the Settings icon on the Home screen, select Mail, Contacts, Calendars and select Add Account.
If you're setting up a Microsoft Exchange, MobileMe, Gmail, Yahoo! or AOL account, touch the icons for those services on the Add Account screen and enter your account information. If you're setting up an email account from another provider, select Other. In software version 2.0 or later, Mail can automatically setup many popular POP and IMAP email accounts using just your email address and password.1 As Mail looks up settings that match your email account you may see a note appear that will describe any limitations you may experience in using your email account. If Mail cannot find the settings needed to setup your email account, refer to the documentation from your email provider on how to manually setup an email account.
Syncing email account settings to iPhone
You use iTunes to sync your email account setttings to iPhone or iPod touch. iTunes supports Mail on a Mac, and Microsoft Outlook (2007 or 2003) and Outlook Express on a PC. See article "Syncing iPhone " for further details.

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.

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Locate your lost or stolen iPhone or iPad on a map.<br /><br />If you lose your iPhone or iPad, MobileMe can help you find it with Find My iPhone. Just enable Find My iPhone in the MobileMe settings on your iPhone or iPad.* Then sign in to me.com from any computer or using the Find My iPhone app on another iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to display its approximate location on a full-screen map<br /><br />Display a message or play a sound to help you find it.<br /><br />Say you've just used the Find My iPhone feature, and it turns out you left your iPhone or iPad at the doctor's office. Not to worry. You can write a message that will be displayed on your iPhone or iPad. Something like, "Oops, left my iPhone behind. Please call me at 408-999-9999." Your message appears on the screen, even if it's locked. And if the map shows you that your iPhone or iPad is nearby - say, at home under a pile of laundry - yet you still can't find it, you can tell MobileMe to play a sound that overrides the ringer volume or silent setting on your device.<br /><br />Set a passcode lock remotely.<br /><br />Once you realize you haven't simply misplaced your iPhone or iPad at home, you may want to protect its contents until it's safely back in your hands. Sign in to your MobileMe account and remotely set a four-digit passcode lock to prevent people from using your iPhone or iPad, accessing your personal information, or tampering with your settings.<br /><br />Protect your privacy with Remote Wipe.<br /><br />Addresses, phone numbers, email, photos. Your iPhone or iPad contains important and personal information - information you probably don't want in the hands of a stranger. So if you lose your iPhone or iPad and displaying a message on it hasn't resulted in its safe return, you can initiate a remote wipe to restore it to the factory settings.* If you eventually find your iPhone or iPad, you can restore your email, contacts, calendars, and bookmarks by enabling your MobileMe account on your device. Or connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer and use iTunes to restore the data from your most recent backup.<br /><br />Find My iPhone app.<br /><br />Because the unexpected happens in the most unexpected places, the Find My iPhone app can help you locate your missing iPhone or iPad even when you don't have access to a computer. It's free on the App Store and available to anyone. So if you misplace your device, download the Find My iPhone app on a friend's iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and sign in to your MobileMe account to access all the Find My iPhone features on the spot.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.itunes.com/apps/mobilemefind">http://www.itunes.com/apps/mobilemefind</a>

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I cant sinc my i phone as it says unable to connect to i tunes store.


Please follow the steps below to resolve your sync issues which applies to iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. If you make changes during any of the steps below, try syncing again with MobileMe on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
  1. If you are syncing calendars or contacts, view the data on MobileMe Calendar or MobileMe Contacts. If the data does not appear to be correct there, the issue is not with your device. If you are syncing using a Mac, see this article for more information. If you are syncing using a PC, see this article for more information.
  2. Make sure your device is up to date with the latest software. To make sure your device is up to date, connect it to your computer, open iTunes, and click "Check for Update."
  3. On your device, make sure you are able to connect to the Internet. For example, open Safari on your device, then browse to http://www.apple.com . MobileMe requires an Internet connection to sync. (A 3G or WiFi connection is recommended during setup or when following many of the steps below; they may require several minutes via an EDGE connection.)
  4. Confirm that a sync is not already occurring. If a sync is occurring, the activity spinner (in the status bar) will display while looking at Safari Bookmarks (if Bookmarks are currently syncing), Calendar (if calendars are currently syncing), or Contacts (if contacts are currently syncing). If a sync is occurring, wait for the sync to complete, and then see if your data is up-to-date.
  5. Make sure you are looking at your full set of contacts or calendars. When configuring your MobileMe account in iOS 3.1 and later, you will have a choice to Merge or Don’t Merge your data. If you choose Don’t Merge, your MobileMe data is kept separate from the data that was already on your device. In Contacts/Calendars, tap the button in the upper left corner until you are able to see all Groups or Calendars, and verify that you are looking at your MobileMe data.
  6. Confirm that you are able to get your MobileMe Mail on your device. If you receive an alert message when attempting to get your MobileMe Mail, your account may not be configured correctly, or you may not have a reliable internet connection. If the alert message is about your username or password being incorrect, go to the next step.
  7. Verify your MobileMe account is configured correctly on your device:

    1. On the home screen, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
    2. Tap Fetch New Data, and make sure Push is turned On. Tap Mail... to go back one screen.
    3. Tap your MobileMe account.
    4. Tap Account Info and check the Address field.
    5. Verify that your address appears correct (it should appear as your MobileMe email address, such as membername@me.com or membername@mac.com). If your account does not appear as expected, see the “Delete and re-add your MobileMe account” under the Advanced Troubleshooting section below.
    6. If you received an alert about your username or password during step 6, delete and re-enter your MobileMe password, and then check your Mail again. If your still receive the same message, try logging into www.me.com. If you are unable to log in, see this article.
    7. If your account does appear to be entered correctly, go back one screen and confirm the sliders for the data that you want to sync are set to On.
  8. Verify that your device is connected to the MobileMe service. To confirm this, visit http://www.me.com/find from a computer. Because Find my iPhone relies on the same connection as MobileMe Sync, your device should be listed as "Online" for as long as it has an active Internet connection. If the device does not appear as expected, please see this article about troubleshooting Find My iPhone.
  9. Restart your device: Hold the power button until "slide to power off" appears. Slide to power off. After it is off, press the power button to turn it back on.
  10. Wait an hour and try again. Apple may temporarily disable an account from syncing with MobileMe if it is determined that an account may be taking longer than normal to sync. By waiting an hour and trying again, this allows for the previous sync to complete. If you find your account encounters the issue again, go to the Advance troubleshooting section.
Advanced Troubleshooting
If the above steps do not resolve your issue on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you can try these advanced troubleshooting steps:

Turn all syncing off and then back on
From the home screen, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and then tap your MobileMe account. Tap the sliders off for each account that your are syncing. If prompted to do so, tap "Keep on My iPhone" (or iPad/iPod touch). Turn your device off and back on, then re-enable syncing. If prompted to do so, choose Merge with MobileMe. Wait a few minutes, and try syncing again.

Isolate the issue to a specific data type
If the above did not resolve the issue, once again turn off all syncing, and then test each data type one at a time. For example, if Contacts syncs successfully, but Calendars does not, focus your troubleshooting on Calendars.
If you have isolated the issue to either Contacts or Calendars that are not syncing successfully (one works, the other does not), see this article recommendations about how to clean up that data on your Mac or PC, as it is likely causing the issue.
Delete and re-add your MobileMe account
If none of the above steps resolve the issue, make sure you have a copy of all Contact, Calendar, and Bookmark data on your device saved on your Mac/PC. From the home screen, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and then tap your MobileMe account. Tap Delete Account. (If prompted to do so, choose "Delete from My iPhone" (or iPad/iPod touch). Restart your device. After it restarts, on the Mail, Contacts, and Calendars screen, tap Add Account > MobileMe, and set up your account again.

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I cannot get my email to be directed to my iphone


Email account setup with Mail is easy. If you're setting up an email account for the first time on iPhone or iPod touch, simply touch the Mail icon on the Home screen. If you're adding an additional account with software version 2.0 or later, touch the Settings icon on the Home screen, select Mail, Contacts, Calendars and select Add Account.

If you're setting up a Microsoft Exchange, MobileMe, Gmail, Yahoo! or AOL account, touch the icons for those services on the Add Account screen and enter your account information. If you're setting up an email account from another provider, select Other. In software version 2.0 or later, Mail can automatically setup many popular POP and IMAP email accounts using just your email address and password.1 As Mail looks up settings that match your email account you may see a note appear that will describe any limitations you may experience in using your email account. If Mail cannot find the settings needed to setup your email account, refer to the documentation from your email provider on how to manually setup an email account.

Syncing email account settings to iPhone or iPod touch
You use iTunes to sync your email account setttings to iPhone or iPod touch. iTunes supports Mail on a Mac, and Microsoft Outlook (2007 or 2003) and Outlook Express on a PC. See article "Syncing iPhone and iPod touch with your computer" for further details.

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.

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Cannot send email ,receive ok


first turn off sync Mail accounts in iTunes and remove the mail accounts in the iphone, then with openss from my windows WinSCP set permissions /var/mobile/Library in the folder "Mail" to 777, now itunes can sync yours mail accounts, then go to iPhone open icon Settings into then go to "Mail, Contacts, Calandars" option and go Accounts "xxxx" -> SMTP here set the username and password for ur account and delete other SMTP Servers and if you have another account with other server you just add. and add /exchange to the end of my server name (mail.server.com/exchange) then it worked perfectly. You also need to make sure that your smtp port on the exchange server matches the iphone's smtp port and that your firewall won't block it.

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I need help setting up my email on my iphone


1) If this is the first email account you're setting up on your iPhone, tap Mail. Otherwise, from the Home screen, tap Settings.
2) On the Settings screen, tap Mail.
3) On the Mail screen, under Accounts, tap Add Account.
4) On the Add Account screen, tap Other.
5) Select POP and then enter your account information using your keypad. Name Enter your name. Address Enter your email address. Description Enter a description of this email address. The description displays in your email account list on your iPhone. 6) Enter your Incoming Mail Server information.
Host Name Enter pop.secureserver.net. User Name Enter your full email address as your user name. Password Enter your password for your email account. 7) Enter your Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) information.
Host Name Enter smtpout.secureserver.net. If you need to change your port, use one of the following for your outgoing mail server, depending on the port you want to use:

smtpout.secureserver.net:25
smtpout.secureserver.net:80
smtpout.secureserver.net:3535

User Name Enter your full email address as your user name. Password Enter your password for your email account. Note: The user name and password for your outgoing server is the same as the user name and password your entered for the incoming server.
8) If SSL mode is enabled, under Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP), tap Advanced.
9) Set Incoming Uses SSL and Outgoing Uses SSL to OFF.

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I synced my iphone with my outlook email, but still cannot send or receive email from my phone. Do I need to change any settings?


Set up an account on iPhone:
From the iPhone Home screen, tap Settings. Tap “Mail, Contacts, Calendars,” then tap Add Account. Tap an account type:
Microsoft Exchange MobileMe Google email Yahoo! Mail AOL Other
Enter your account information and tap Save.
If its 'other', the iPhone will try to find your settings based on common email servers. If yours is not found, then you'll need your POP3 and SMTP settings. Done correctly, you'll be able to send your emails from your contact list.

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IPhone 3G and NetworkSolutions email configuration


Ok Here's what I did to resolve the problem...

This from network solutions plus the steps that i followed. The phone auto detected the ports settings. It automatically will atempt authenticate using ssl. once it failed it asked would i like to try not using ssl i selected yes. Note had to that twice. Then it worked like a champ

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Add email account on iPhone
  • If this is the first account you are setting up on iPhone, simply tap Mail and then select Other
  • If this is an additional account please go to the Home screen > Settings > Mail > Accounts > Add Account > Other
Enter account information
Select POP and then add the following information:
Name – The user’s Display Name
Address – The user’s full email address
Description – How you want to identify the specific email account, for example "work", or "home email"

Incoming Mail Server
Host Name -- mail.domainname.ext
Username – The user's email address
Password – The user's mailbox password

Outgoing Mail Server
Host Name -- mail.domainname.ext
Username – The user's email address
Password – The user's mailbox password


Complete the setup process - click SAVE and wait for the iPhone to test your incoming and outgoing mail settings and connect to your mailbox.
Please note: The iPhone should detect the Port Settings.
Incoming Setting
Use SSL: OFF
Authentication: Password
Delete from server: Never (you can set as you wish)
Server Port: 110

Outgoing Settings
Use SSL: OFF
Authentication: Password
Server Port: 587
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Push Erased Calendars / Calendar colors


Well you  have to set up Mobileme for the iPhone 3G.

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Setting Outgoing Server on iPhone
1. From the Home screen, tap Settings.
2. On the Settings screen, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
3. On the Mail screen, under Accounts, tap your Roadrunner account.
4. Tap Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP).
5. Tap Primary Server (might say, smtp-server.roadrunner.com or some other rr server)
Host Name
Change Host Name to cwmx.com
User Name
Leave blank
Password
Leave blank

SSL
Make sure SSL is off
Authentication
Should say Password
Server Port
Should say 25, if not change to 25

As an alternate if the above does not work: After tapping Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP), look for AT&T SMTP Server, tap it, then turn Server to ON

Good Luck!

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