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Topic # 142762 24-Mar-2014 10:46
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Hi I got a new iphone 5S on the telecom network. Previously I had an Iphone 4S.

The problem I have is I have a slingshot email account and are unable to send emails on the new phone. I can receive emails.

I have been to Telecom store twice where they changed the settings etc, but they could not get it to work

I talked to Slingshot help line and they changed the settings etc, but could not get it to work. They suggested I went back to Telecom

I talked to Telecom help line, they suggested I pay another $10 per month to get a Telecom email.

Appreciate any suggestions, I don't understand how it worked fine on the 4S but now with a new phone it doesn't.

When it was on the 4S it did have a strange setting that got it going, I can't copy this setting because the 4S died.

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  Reply # 1011665 24-Mar-2014 11:09
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What smtp server address are you using?



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  Reply # 1011670 24-Mar-2014 11:11
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I have tried several

including the following

smtp.slingshot.co.nz

smtp.xtra.co.nz

send.xtra.co.nz

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1011694 24-Mar-2014 11:29
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perfect time to set up a gmail account

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  Reply # 1011746 24-Mar-2014 12:51
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Thanks for the link, they are wanting an xtra email address to log in.

I dont have an xtra email address, that's what they want to charge me an extra $10 per month for, which I am not keen on doing.

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