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Topic # 31236 9-Mar-2009 23:02
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I recently got a Palm 750v with windows mobile 6 and its working great.... however for some odd reason I can't get email working, I have checked and rechecked the settings I am using and tried alternate email accounts etc and have come to the assumption something else is going on...

When I send and recieve it is quick to say "error synchronizing" then a message saying "cannot connect with your current settings. To change your connection settings, tap Settings".

Now, I can browse the internet fine and have run other problems that use the internet and SPB Wireless Moniter definatly says there is traffic, but not for email?

I tired changing the "APN?" from www.vodafone.net.nz to Internet but nothing changed.

Any ideas?

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  Reply # 200465 10-Mar-2009 19:56
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What email host? I got my wife's email going with gmail and hotmail ... try getting some screenshots and post it up.

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  Reply # 200469 10-Mar-2009 20:09
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As Zocster says you left behind the most important information: what email provider you are using. Those alternate accounts you tried are all on the same provider?

Also, are you running Windows Mobile 6.1 on this device? If so, does this Knowledge Base apply to this problem?





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