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Topic # 6791 23-Feb-2006 12:46
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Can somebody please give me instructions on how to configure the settings for my mail box (e mail) please VODAFONE NZ

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Reply # 29214 23-Feb-2006 15:55
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Could you be more specific about what kind of email you're talking about?? Is it gmail or vodafone mail or what?


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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 29224 23-Feb-2006 18:55
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I'll try to explain it best i can. Its the email settings to retrieve emails from my personal email address i.e hotmail. Is that a better explanation?


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Reply # 29237 24-Feb-2006 09:01
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If you want to check hotmail on the nokia 6680 handset you will have to pay for POP access

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 29335 25-Feb-2006 17:40
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Cool thanks for that. Um now how do i go about getting that done cause thats what i want

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Reply # 29336 25-Feb-2006 17:43
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If of all look on the MSN website and see about turning on pop access this may cost some $$ per year. Now the service provider will charged for data moved up and down don't forget about that as well

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Reply # 31214 21-Mar-2006 21:08
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Valea: Cool thanks for that. Um now how do i go about getting that done cause thats what i want

The best solution would be to find an email provider that will provide IMAPv4 and POP3 access, both of which the N6680 do rather well. Your ISP would be a good place to start.

Otherwise, if you're wedded to your Hotmail account, and don't want to forward mail from it to your ISP's email service, you could try using the WAP/Web browser and go to to check your email.

First time around, you will be asked to set up the service - I tried, and noticed that NZ didn't work (how typical). So, I used Australia instead, and Telstra as the provider. After that, I got my Hotmail (or Live Mail as it is now) inbox, and was able to send and receive messages without trouble.

Note that this method chews up a lot more data than plain IMAPv4/POP3 access, and it is naturally enough slower.

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