Connecting to a Mail Server
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Connecting to a Mail Server
You can send and receive e-mail by connecting to a POP3 or IMAP4
server. The Inbox contains an e-mail service for each method used.
For either service, you must establish a connection to your Internet
service provider (ISP) or to the appropriate mail server in your local
area network. In addition to creating this connection, you must also
create the e-mail service.
Prior to setting up a service, you should obtain the following
information from your ISP or network administrator: POP3 or IMAP4
server name, SMTP host name, password, and domain name (for
network connections only).
To connect to your POP3 or IMAP4 mail server on the FC-2500:
1. Tap StartProgramsInbox. The Inbox window opens
(Figure 4-6).
Figure 4-6. Inbox Window
2. Tap ServicesOptions. The Options dialog box displays
(Figure 4-7 on page 4-6).
Windows CE 5.0 does not support other mail
protocols, such as AOL or services that use special
authentication, such as MSN; however, you can
gain access to the Internet through these services. If
you use the same service to connect to different
mailboxes, set up and name a different service for
each connection. For additional information about
the inbox, refer to Windows CE 5.0 online help.
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