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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by travbuc, Sep 17, 2010.

  1. travbuc

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    I can not send messages out of my Webmail.. I followed the advice of the Droid 1 thing and changed my email format to IMAP, but that still didn't succeed. My settings are now as following:

    General Settings:
    Account Name: Webmail
    Real name: My name
    Email address: My email

    Incoming Server:
    IMAP Mail Server
    Server: Email.psu.edu
    Port: 993
    Username: my email
    Use Secure Connection and Verify Certificate are checked.

    Outgoing server:
    smtp.psu.edu
    Port: 25
    Secure Connection and Verify Certificate checked

    Other settings:
    # Of Messages to Sync: 25


    I've tried everything but it just isn't working.
     

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    SMTP port for secure connection should be 465
     
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    Still won't send. I tried changing to that.
     
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    If you're still having trouble stop by one of the ITS Computer Labs and see if one of the ITS Folks working at the labs can help you out in person. Usually the ones in Sparks or Boucke are helpful!
     

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