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Topic # 94752 18-Dec-2011 11:41 Send private message

Hi guys, 

I am having trouble with my Nokia E71. Usually i send and receive emails perfectly fine but then i get this email saying due to security reasons i have to re-enter my password. I have been into settings and where it says password i have typed it in numerous times but nothing came up afterwards and nothing has changed. I can't receive emails and it is extremely frustrating. 

Does anyone know how i can fix this issue or otherwise delete my whole email account off my phone and start again? I am going away on holiday tomorrow for 3 weeks with no internet access so i am desperate as i rely on email. 

Your help would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Kelli

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  Reply # 559201 18-Dec-2011 12:26 Send private message

What kind of email service is it? Gmail, Hotmail, your own? Are you using pop3/imap/activesync?







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  Reply # 559213 18-Dec-2011 14:04 Send private message

It's hotmail and i think it's Pop3. 

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