Phone History: Maxon MX-3204; Nokia 7110; Nokia 8290; Ericsson T28w; Nokia 8890; Ericsson T68; SE P800; Nokia 7190; HTC Blue Angel; LG L1400; Nokia 1100; Blackberry 8703; Nokia N80; Nokia 6126; Motorola V3xx, iPhone IIIgs
yea actually you can go to wap.yahoo.com and check your mail. but it takes a stroke of luck stay online long enough to compose a message and send it over wapping without getting disconnected. it would be nice to compose a letter (or two) on the phone and send it and download your mail too.
i recall in one of the posts that someone got pop mail, yahoo too i think, to work but only through GPRS. that encryption thing youre talking about sounds about right because all the settings look fine. no reason for it not to work. i even tried the IP addresses for the pop3 and smtp.
Just checked my Entourage settings.
Yahoo requires "authentication" in order to access it's servers.
This is only on my SMTP settings though -- weird.
I wouldnt check email on my T68 anyway ;-)
You never know what it can handle in terms of size -- that is why I have a PDA :-)
It should work. Many of my E-mail accounts set up on Outlook Express are done this way. POP3 from SFU. SMTP to Telus. So I can check mail and get them from the SFU account, and send mail via Telus. It doesn't matter which server you use to send mail, as long as you got the message sent its fine. However you must use a specific POP3 account inorder to get mails off the account you want.
Originally posted by Kato Anavel For Fido, airtime. However long you are connected. Won't charge you for composing time as long as you compose then dial then send then end instead of dial then compose then send then end.
i thought that fido charge 10cents per emails... coz this is what i'm using right now... i have the email address @fido.ca that they forward to my t18z phone
so i guess when sending a email via wap, it use your minute... so that is fine for me, since i never go over my airtime...