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Master Geek
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Topic # 65020 27-Jul-2010 22:27
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Hi there
I've just got my spanking new HTC android phone (running on XT), and all is great except I can't get the connection for my Paradise email.  As far as I'm aware I've been putting in the correct details but I keep getting the message that it can't connect to server.  Is there a special trick I'm missing, or am I simply not holding my mouth right?
If possible, perhaps someone could post the set up details necessary for this?
Many thanks for any help/suggestions

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 357494 27-Jul-2010 23:44
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Is this when you're receiving or sending your mail?

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  Reply # 357520 28-Jul-2010 06:03
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Can you post your settings (minus your username and password of course)

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  Reply # 357524 28-Jul-2010 06:42
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Double up thread question already answered

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  Reply # 357525 28-Jul-2010 06:47
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TA



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  Reply # 357538 28-Jul-2010 07:57
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Thanks guys, actually I wasn't sure which forum to post this into.  As it happens, all of a sudden the email began working with the settings I had originally entered, so all is well   :-)
Thanks again

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