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E-MAIL SETTINGS IN NOKIA 6810 MESSAGING DEVICE
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SUPPORT GUIDE FOR
INTRODUCTION.....1 SETTINGS FOR GSM-DATA AND GPRS E-MAIL CONNECTION..3 2.1 2.2 2.3 COMMON SETTINGS....3 GSM-DATA CONNECTION....5 GPRS CONNECTION....6
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To use the e-mail service in your Nokia 6810 messaging device, you need to have proper connection settings on the phone. You may key in the settings manually by following this guide or receive the settings directly as an over the air message (OTA) and save them on your Nokia 6810 messaging device. For more information on the availability of the e-mail services, please contact your network operator, service provider or the nearest authorized Nokia dealer. Some of the most common email service provider settings are also available through Nokia Phone Support web pages: www.nokia.com/phonesettings (site address may vary depending on your country). You will need to collect some basic information before you start the manual configuration from your e-mail service provider and/or from the network service provider.
Note! The exact settings for the E-mail service will vary with E-mail Service Providers.
Incoming mail type User name Password Incoming server POP/IMAP address Incoming POP/IMAP port Use SMTP authorization if yes, username and password Example setting POP3 john.doe 1Flower Pop3.email.net 110 no Your setting
If you use a GSM data bearer, you need the following settings from your network or e-mail service provider:
Service provider GSM data bearer settings Proxies Primary proxy Secondary proxy Dial-up number Data call type Example setting yes 134.134.134.+1234567 ISDN 1/7 Your setting
Data call speed Login type User name Password Display terminal window Outgoing SMTP server
automatic Johns 1Happy yes Smtp.mail.net
For the GPRS data connection, you need the following settings from your network or e-mail service provider:
Operators GPRS bearer settings Proxies Primary proxy Secondary proxy GPRS access point Login type User name Password Outgoing SMTP server* Example setting yes 134.134.134.internet manual Johns 1Happy Smtp.mail.net Your setting
SETTINGS FOR GSM-DATA AND GPRS E-MAIL CONNECTION
Note! Please contact your E-mail Service Provider to get the exact service settings for your E-mail Service.
Start by pressing Menu and select Messages, Message settings, E-mail settings. First select Active e-mail settings and select the settings that you want to use for your e-mail account by pressing Activate. Then select Edit active e-mail setting and follow the instructions in the table below.
Mailbox name E-mail address My name Outgoing SMTP server Incoming server type Incoming (IMAP4/POP3) server POP3/IMAP4 username POP3/IMAP4 password
Explanation Key in your mailbox name. Max. 50 characters. Key in your e-mail address Key in your name or nickname. Will be shown when sending e-mail. Key in the SMTP server address. Select once IMAP4 or POP3 and rest of the settings will follow your choice Define the server address Username to access the POP/IMAP server Password to access the POP/IMAP server
Next, select Other settings
Explanation Select Yes/No. If yes, key in personal signature that is automatically added to the end of the e-mail. If your service provider requires SMTP authorization for sending e- mail. In this case define the SMTP username and password. Key in SMTP username obtained from your service provider for sending Key in SMTP password obtained from your service provider for receiving Key in SMTP port number for outgoing e-mails (common value is 25) Key in the port number for receiving e-mail. ( common value is 110 for POP3 and 143 for IMAP) If you want the replies to be sent to another e-mail address type it in Only for POP3 connection. If your service provider requires authentication for receiving e-mail. Select on or off. Key in the number of e-mails you want to be retrieved at a time Select latest if you want to retrieve all new e-mails or retrieve Latest unread if you want to fetch only latest unread e-mails
Use SMTP authorization SMTP username SMTP password Outgoing SMTP port Incoming port (IMAP4/POP3) Reply-to address Secure login Retrieve e-mails Retrieval method
If you have a GSM data bearer continue with the configuration. For GPRS connection, go to page 7.
Next, select SMTP connection settings
Proxies Primary proxy Secondary proxy Data Bearer Bearer settings Dial-up number Authentication type Data call type Data call speed Login type User name Password Display terminal window
Explanation Enable/disable proxies according to your service providers support. Define the primary proxy Define the secondary proxy Select GSM data
Key in local or international phone number Select normal Select Analogue or ISDN (v.110) depending on the network and modem. Check with your Internet access provider. Select 9600/14400 Select Manual or Automatic depending on the access point in use. Key in the user name Key in the password Select Yes to do manual user authentication for intranet connections
Next, select POP3/IMAP4 connection settings by pressing Back twice.
Select SMTP connection settings
Proxies Primary proxy Secondary proxy Data Bearer Bearer settings GPRS access point Authentication type Login type
Explanation Enable/disable proxies according to your service providers support. Define the primary proxy Define the secondary proxy Select GPRS (Opens the bearer setting menu) Type in the GPRS access point of your service provider Select normal Select Manual or Automatic depending on the access point in use. Check with your network operator or service provider.
User name Password
Key in GPRS access point user name if required by the service provider Key in GPRS access point password if required by the service provider
Select POP3/IMAP4 connection settings by pressing back twice.
Proxies Primary proxy Secondary proxy Data Bearer Bearer settings GPRS access point Authentication type Login type User name Password
Explanation Enable/disable proxies according to your service providers support. Define the primary proxy Define the secondary proxy Select GPRS Opens the bearer setting menu Type in the GPRS access point of your service provider Select normal Select Manual or Automatic depending on the access point in use. Check with your network operator or service provider. GPRS access point user name if required by the service provider GPRS access point password if required by the service provider
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