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    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've tried searching through the forum but still stumped.

    I am trying to link my 1and1 email account with my x10 on orange.

    Tried following all guides i can find but always says

    "Set up could not finish Unable to open connection to server. "

    Idiots guide please guys :eek:
     

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  2. gunny5821

    gunny5821 Well-Known Member

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    Try this, go to the Market and download an app called "MAILDROID" and let it install. Than startup Maildroid from your phone and load up your email client and it should flow through without a hitch. If it doesn't for some weird reason, pop an email to the developer from the MARKET, explaining what is happening. He will get you fixed up in a jiffy! He has a really prompt reply time, so it will be answered guarantee!

    Good Luck! Oh, and Welcome to the Forum!!
     
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    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    Where do i get all the details i need to fill in all the info requested ?
     
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    avacomputers Well-Known Member

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    This is what I did when I had 1&1. I setup a google apps account using my domain and then used gmail for my emails. It was really easy to do and didn't cost me anything.
     
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    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    More details ??? We're misunderstanding how clueless i am on this subject ! :p
     
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    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    WOAH ! Just had a look at doing this looks google apps account looks majorly complicated and way over my head. I fear i will screw my email up completely.
     
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    avacomputers Well-Known Member

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    It really isn't complicated. First step is to setup the Google account. Then setup the sub domain for the mail.
     
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    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am a total novice and dont even know what a subdomain is ?? I just wanted to be able to send and receive my emails through my phone. Phone manual makes out you just fill in a few details and hey presto all done.

    When i tried to register google apps account what it wanted me to do to verify i own the domain was way beyond me. I didnt have a clue what they were asking me to do.
     
  9. spikeithard

    spikeithard Well-Known Member

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    its really easy G4....

    Just set up your interlink parameters to your outgoing TCIP configuration. Next manually update all internal compu-global hyper-mega stages for axillary detach.

    then all you have left to do is reboot your inter-chronological time reference data bank and your home free ;)

    see easy? lol
     
  10. avacomputers

    avacomputers Well-Known Member

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    Why do you have a hosting account?
     
  11. g4vhn

    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    A mate set it up for me ages ago cause i needed an email i could access from any computer as no home pc for a period.

    Probably dont need it if thats what your getting at. But had it ages now and want to keep same email address.

    I'll just not bother trying to link it to my phone if that complicated i guess
     
  12. avacomputers

    avacomputers Well-Known Member

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    It really isn't difficult. I will try to past detailed info soon.
     
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    g4vhn Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for your help
     

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