Nokia e72-add an email account (manual)


You can send and receive email messages via your personal email address.

If you're a T-Mobile customer, follow these instructions to set up a GPRS data connection for email. If you're an Orange customer, your settings are at the end of this article.

If you need more help during setup, take a look at our top 25 email provider settings.

  1. Find Destinations
    Press the Menu key
    Scroll to Ctrl. panel and press the Navigation key
    Scroll to Settings and press the Navigation key
    Scroll to Connection and press the Navigation key
    Scroll to Destinations and press the Navigation key

  2. Create new data connection
    Highlight the data connection group you have set up for email and press the Navigation key
    Press Options
    Scroll to New access point and press the Navigation key
    Press No

  3. Select data bearer
    Scroll to Packet data and press the Navigation key

  4. Enter APN name
    Key in general.t-mobile.uk and press the Navigation key

  5. Edit GPRS data connection settings
    Highlight the data connection you have just created and press the Navigation key

  6. Enter name
    Scroll to Connection name and press the Navigation key
    Key in EMAIL GPRS and press the Navigation key

  7. Enter username
    Scroll to User name and press the Navigation key
    Key in user and press the Navigation key

  8. Deactivate password request
    Scroll to Prompt password and press the Navigation key to select No

  9. Enter password
    Scroll to Password and press the Navigation key
    Key in one2one and press the Navigation key

  10. Select authentication
    Scroll to Authentication and press the Navigation key to select Normal

  11. Activate or deactivate automatic data connection use
    Scroll to Use access point and press the Navigation key to select Automatically or After confirmation

  12. Save and exit
    Press Back to save the settings and return to the list of data connections
    Press Disconnect to return to standby mode

 

FOR ORANGE CUSTOMERS

  1. Find the settings
    Press Menu, then Ctrl. panel, then Settings, then Connection, then Destinations.
    In Network destinations, select WAP services.
  2. Email settings
    Press Options, then New access point (if there is no profile, press Add).
    Answer No to the question: "Automatically check for available access points?" and select Packet data.
    Enter the following information:
    Packet data access point name : orangewap (press OK)
    In WAP services, select the new profile (by default "orangewap") and press Edit.
    Enter the following information:
    Connection name: Orange WAP GPRS
    Data bearer: Packet data
    Access point name: orangewap
    User name: (none)
    Prompt password: No
    Password: (none)
    Authentication: Normal
    Homepage: None
    Use access point: Automatically
    Press Options and select Advanced settings.
    Enter the following information:
    Network type: IPv4
    Phone IP address: Automatic
    DNS addresses: Automatic
    Proxy server address: None
    Proxy port number: 0
    Press Options, then Exit, then Back.
    In Menu, select Email, then Settings.
    In Settings, select Options, then Add new mailbox, then Start (if there is no mailbox, answer Yes to the question: "No mailbox defined. Define now?" and press Start).
    Enter the following information:
    E-mail address: Your email address (press OK)
    Password: Password for POP3 email access (press OK)
    Enter the following information:
    Access point: Orange internet
    Email address: Your email address
    User name: Your email user name
    Password: Your email password
    Mailbox type: POP
    Incoming email server: pop.orange.net
    Incoming mail security: None
    Incoming Port: 110
    Outgoing mail server: smtp.orange.net
    Outgoing mail security: None
    Outgoing port: 587
    Press Next.
    Email will now configure. The message 'Email setup complete' will appear. Press OK.
    Accept the terms and conditions
    The new account is saved and activated.


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