Windows Mobile 6 with Touch-Screen

  1. Tap Start > Messaging > New Email Account.
  2. Enter your e-mail address.
  3. Skip, Try to get email settings automatically from the Internet.
  4. Select IMAP4 for Account type and enter a useful name for this account, for example ‘My E-mail’. Tap Next.
  5. Enter your name, and then tap Next. Enter your Incoming mail server as mail.example.com (replacing example.com with your domain) and Account type information, and then tap Next.
  6. Enter your user name and password for the Internet e-mail account, select Save password, and tap Next.
  7. If your hosting plan includes SMTP, enter your Outgoing (SMTP) mail server as ‘mail.example.com’ (replacing example.com with your domain), and then tap Next.
  8. In the Automatic Send/Receive field, select how frequently you want the device to synchronize with your Internet e-mail account.
  9. Check Outgoing e-mail server requires authentication is ticked.
  10. Tap Finish

Windows Mobile 6 with Non Touch-Screen

  1. Click Start > Messaging > New Email Account.
  2. Enter your e-mail address.
  3. Skip, Try to get email settings automatically from the Internet.
  4. Select IMAP4 for Account type and enter a useful name for this account, for example ‘My E-mail’. Click Next.
  5. Enter your name, and then click Next. Enter your Incoming mail server as mail.example.com (replacing example.com with your domain) and Account type information, and then click Next.
  6. Enter your user name and password for the Internet e-mail account, select Save password, and then click Next.
  7. If your hosting plan includes SMTP, enter your Outgoing (SMTP) mail server as ‘mail.example.com’ (replacing example.com with your domain), and then click Next.
  8. In the Automatic Send/Receive field, select how frequently you want the device to synchronize with your Internet e-mail account.
  9. Check Outgoing e-mail server requires authentication is ticked.
  10. Click Finish

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