Click on this and then turn it ON. Under Mail go to INFO You should see your email accounts on your computer. The default port list was a recent development (sometime during Leopard/Mail 3.x) and was meant to allow moving from place to place. You do that from your member services area." @ Different Andrew: Where exactly is this Member Services area? Source
Once this has been done you can create a new email and send it to your own account to test if you are able to both send and receive emails from It says SENDING for ever. Examples of status pages: iCloud mail status Gmail status Yahoo mail status AOL mail status Outlook mail status If the message refers to the number of simultaneous connections, too many of Share Older Newer Doug This works well but you can't send email if you are not in the Home ( telus / shaw) Wifi Zone. over here
I've logged into my Shaw customer care area and have looked around quite a bit, but can't the area or option you mentioned. If I try to enter a new name that uses the same User Name I am told that "The POP account "……." is already configured". If no accounts exist then you may need to set up your Shaw account within your email client. It will first cycle through the shaw outgoing server, and if it doesn't work because you are on 3G, then it will cycle to the Rogers SMTP server.
You will need to change some Incoming and Outgoing server settings to match settings on your Outlook account. BUT - I had to change the SETTINGS on the phone. Used Johnny B's advice and ran a SYNC through Itunes. I synced my email with settings through i tunes.
neil Hey all, Thanks… got it. This thing has to work more consistently than this! 😉 Neil Ok, that's enough. For example, the message might refer to a connection that timed out, or too many simultaneous connections: If you're connected to the Internet but the connection timed out, your email provider AL this is probably a dumb question..
It was so annoying at first. http://www.shaw.ca/en-ca/CustomerCare/InternetSupport/Residential/RoutersandShawServerNames.htm Hope this helps. Ang I could not seem to get this up and running. The iPad attempts to connect to Shaw using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol and fails, displaying a prompt asking if you want to use Transport Layer Security instead; touch "Yes." Tip
open this and turn on Rogers SMTP server. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2763633?tstart=0 creu007 """""you also need to log into your account and allow your account to be accessed from outside domains. BUT - I had to change the SETTINGS on the phone. You do that from your member services area."""" How do you do this specifically?
Once in the SMTP server, you can then scroll down and you will see Rogers SMTP server. this contact form David wow, after much patience and trial and error it works!! If anyone else has a better set up, please post! Not to worried about Wi-fi at home for now.
It says SENDING for ever. So when you set up the new account, make sure you set up a pop3 account and not the default IMAP account. Thanks a lot Ang I could not seem to get this up and running. have a peek here This is why I also have a gmail account.
Rico Bill, Thanks very much for your post!!! Johnny B Let me clarify what I did to get mine working. Click Save You will see a message: ‘Cannot Connect Using SSL' - select Yes In software version 2.0 or later, Mail can automatically setup many popular POP and IMAP email accounts
I hate when I reply to an email and a reply back comes back to me to that other address that I don't check when I'm on my computer (me.com). thank you to Bill and Neil!!! USed all of the advice above and got it working. above when stated "2mailboxes" I am confused..Have had much problem and don't want gmail ….Is there straightforward way to get this to work?
touch Settings touch Mail, Contacts, Calendars touch Add Account… touch Other in the Name field, enter the display name that you would like to appear in your outgoing messages in the Different Andrew For shaw you have to do the real url for incoming and outgoing servers: like shawmail.vc.shawcable.net and you also need to log into your account and allow your account Oct 10, 2011 9:13 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only.