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Topic # 7515 20-Apr-2006 18:04
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Can someone tell me how i can set up my nokia for email, like thats every step that i have to do. Not to clued up on how to set that up over the phone. Cheers

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Reply # 33501 20-Apr-2006 18:11
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you should be able to use that same site i suggested (here) to configure your email settings. just follow the instruction.




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Reply # 33502 20-Apr-2006 18:14
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Reply # 33503 20-Apr-2006 18:15
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and if your email setting/provider is not listed, you should be able to figure out the settings when you add email.


IF IMAP server, the you need to have IMAP settings. IF POP3, then POP3 settings.

Use your manual to find out on how to set, if you lost it, you can search nokia's site for manual.


All you need is a search engine, like this one.


Here's Nokia 7710's product supports.





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Reply # 33507 20-Apr-2006 18:37
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tHANK YOU! You totally lost me there on that one, but i will give it a go. i dont have the manual but i will keep looking on the nokia website thanks!

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