CORRECT TMobile GPRS/t-zones settings for Microsoft Smartphones

i used these settings and they worked for the internet but now i cant receive or send emails
does anyone know settings that will work for emails, internet and mms. for the 5.99 plan
 
all u need to do is make a new GPRS and call it email or whatever you want, and make it exactly like the other GPRS you made, but instead of connects to wap network, make it connect to work. that should work
 
bk627 said:
i used these settings and they worked for the internet but now i cant receive or send emails
does anyone know settings that will work for emails, internet and mms. for the 5.99 plan

i have that same problem, and when i created the email section on gprs like the above post mentioned that didn't work either. does anybody know a setting that will allow for full internet access & email working properly on the $5.99 plan. i'm not concerned about t-zones i just want to browse the web and have my email work.

edit: i'm using the dash with 6.0 btw
 
ok i found something that allows my tmobile dash using wm6 to work with the $5.99 plan. my IE has full access & i can recieve my emails and tzones work.

Windows Mobile 6 T-MobileWeb (t-zones) Instructions:
1. In Settings/Connections/GPRS/T-Mobile Data:
Tmobile Data Connects to: WAPNetwork
Access Point: wap.voicestream.com

2. Add a 2nd GPRS option:
T-Mobile Data 2
Connects to: Work
Access Point: wap.voicestream.com

3. Then create TWO Proxies:
Settings/Connections/Proxy

First Proxy:
Name:Tzones Proxy
Connects from: WAP Network
Connects to: The Internet
Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
Type: HTTP

Second Proxy:
Name Tzones Proxy 2
Connects from: Work
Connects to: The Internet
Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
Type: HTTP

4. In connections, click menu, then advance and set ALL connections to AUTOMATIC

5. To get the Exchange Server working:
(Exchange Server settings)
Options/Advanced
Connection: Internet

6. To get Pop mail accounts working:
(This will need to be done for each account you have)
Options/Account settings/Advanced Server Settings
Network Connection: Work
NOTE! The option to select which way to connect isn’t available until you finish creating the POP account (go back in and change to: Work)

7. To get IE working:
(In Pocket Internet Explorer) Menu/Tools/Options/Connections
Check “Automatically Detect Settings”
Select Network: WAP Network
 
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AdamsvillE said:
ok i found something that allows my tmobile dash using wm6 to work with the $5.99 plan. my IE has full access & i can recieve my emails and tzones work.

Windows Mobile 6 T-MobileWeb (t-zones) Instructions:
1. In Settings/Connections/GPRS/T-Mobile Data:
Tmobile Data Connects to: WAPNetwork
Access Point: wap.voicestream.com

2. Add a 2nd GPRS option:
T-Mobile Data 2
Connects to: Work
Access Point: wap.voicestream.com

3. Then create TWO Proxies:
Settings/Connections/Proxy

First Proxy:
Name:Tzones Proxy
Connects from: WAP Network
Connects to: The Internet
Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
Type: HTTP

Second Proxy:
Name Tzones Proxy 2
Connects from: Work
Connects to: The Internet
Proxy: 216.155.165.50:8080
Type: HTTP

4. In connections, click menu, then advance and set ALL connections to AUTOMATIC

5. To get the Exchange Server working:
(Exchange Server settings)
Options/Advanced
Connection: Internet

6. To get Pop mail accounts working:
(This will need to be done for each account you have)
Options/Account settings/Advanced Server Settings
Network Connection: Work
NOTE! The option to select which way to connect isn’t available until you finish creating the POP account (go back in and change to: Work)

7. To get IE working:
(In Pocket Internet Explorer) Menu/Tools/Options/Connections
Check “Automatically Detect Settings”
Select Network: WAP Network
Can you explain numbers 1 and 2 again using the T-mobile Wing's screens. I'm lost with one and two because after 'editing (managing) existing connections, the screen takes me some place other than where you're referring. Thanks.
~Tori~
 
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