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jcr976

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#3416 8-Feb-2005 11:24
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I would like to set up TCNZ secure remote access on my P900 and I was wondering if anyone could help me with this. I know all the port numbers and POP and SMTP server settings but can not get it to work cause of SSL. Any help would be great.

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#12650 10-Feb-2005 00:18
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When you create the Messaging configuration, enter the port numbers after the server name or IP address: smtp.paradise.net.nz:[port] and pop3.paradise.net.nz:[port] for example.

Next, tap on Advanced and you'll see the Secure Connection option. This will set the e-mail client to actually use SSL to connect to the servers.

Please test and post results here...




 

 

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#12651 10-Feb-2005 07:17
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I never saw that tick box, I will try it today and see what happens and post the results

 
 
 
 


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#12675 10-Feb-2005 21:25
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Still not lick with SSL on the P900, All the ports are right and everything has being checked

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#12678 10-Feb-2005 22:51
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Hmmm. Interesting. Perhaps you should check our Geekzone Software Store and look for other e-mail clients then. I'm sure it's not a problem with Vodafone blocking the ports because I've checked a GMAIL account using my Smartphone while connected to GPRS.




 

 

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#12679 10-Feb-2005 23:30
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Incoming port is 995

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