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Configure Your Email On IPhone

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1. Tap Settings on your home screen.

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2. Scroll down and tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.

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3. Tap the Add Account option.
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4. Tap Other.
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5. Tap Add Mail Account.
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6. Enter the following settings:
Name: Enter your name as you wish it to appear when you send email.
Address: Enter your complete email address.
Password: Enter your email password.
Description: This will be used to identify this email account on your iPhone.

Tap Next.

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7. The email service supports both IMAP and POP. In this tutorial I am going to select IMAP. You can select either IMAP or POP. The settings that follow are the same for both.

We recommend IMAP because it will keep messages in sync between your iPhone and any other computers or devices that you also use with IMAP to access your email account.

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8. Scroll down after selecting IMAP or POP.*** For IMAP Configuration (Recommended Configuration)
Under the Incoming IMAP Mail Server section, enter the following settings.

Host Name:
imap.your-domain-name (eg: imap.yourdomain.org)
User Name: Enter your complete email address.
Password: Enter your email password.

*** For POP Configuration
Under the Incoming POP Mail Server section, enter the following settings.

Host Name:
pop.your-domain-name (eg: pop.yourdomain.org)
User Name: Enter your complete email address.
Password: Enter your email password.

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9. Scroll down to the Outgoing Mail Server section.Under the Outgoing Mail Server section, enter the following settings:

Host Name:
smtp.your-domain-name (eg: smtp.yourdomain.org)
User Name: Enter your complete email address.
Password: Enter your email password.

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10. Tap NextYour device will now verify your email account settings. Be patient, as this may take several minutes.

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11. Tap Save.
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12. The email account configuration has been completed. Your email address will now be listed and you can start using the same.
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How to setup Email in iPhone or iPod Touch?

Source: JustHost.com

This article will show you how to setup email on your iPhone or iPod Touch. While the screen shots are from an iPhone they should work on any iOS device.

How to configure the iPhone,the iPod Touch

 

    1. Tap Settings
    2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars

 

 

    1. Add Mail Account

 

 

    1. Choose Other

 

New Account Information

 

 

 

    1. Enter your Name
    2. Enter your email address as the Address
    3. Enter the password for your email address
    4. Tap Next

Incoming Mail Server

 

 

 

      • Host Name: This is typically your domain name preceded by “mail.”. This can be found in the E-mail Accounts section of the cPanel, under More > Configure Mail Client.
      • User Name: Your email address.
      • Password: The password for your email address.

        Outgoing Mail Server

         

      • Host Name: This is the same as the incoming server.
      • User Name: This is required and again is your email address.
      • Password: The password for your email address.
      • Tap Next.

Cannot Verify Server Identity

This error message it is due to the SSL certificate being used for the mail server is *.Justhost.com. To use the SSL Certificate simply click Continue.

 

 

How to store Sent, Drafts and Trash on the server

To do this please go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars

        1. Choose your email account
        2. Tap Advanced

 

 

        1. Under Mailbox Behaviors choose the mailbox you wish to configure.

 

 

        1. Choose the corresponding folder on the server you wish to save the email in.

 

 

        1. Repeat the above steps for any other folders you wish to store on the server.

 

iPhone 5’s fever

Courtesy: Doug Gross, CNN


Courtesy: Doug Gross, CNN

(CNN) — Thousands of die-hard fans of Apple’s iconic smartphone endured long overnight lines outside Apple retail stores around the world to be among the first Friday to buy the new iPhone 5.

Near the front of a line of about 200 people Friday morning, Horton said he got about an hour’s worth of sleep while meeting new friends from what he called “the iPhone family.”  Follow story HERE.

Samsung Pays $1B to Apple

Yesterday, around 30 delivery trucks filled up with coins in 5 cents denomination arrived at Apple’s headquarters in California.
At first, security personnel in charge in the facility thought that these trucks were at the wrong place but it’s not. The Samsung CEO phoned the Apple CEO and confirmed that the truck of billions of coins was for them. It was the payment for the charges as a result of the dispute between the two companies about a patent suspectedly copied by Samsung from iPhone.
As Apple wins over the Samsung, it is not said in the contract any clause about how was the payment will be made. Samsung CEO is a genius geek that knows how to play, and that’s really funny when someone pays an obligation a million pieces of coins. Haha!
Now, the questions are:
  1. How does Apple count the money in a fastest way? Will they hire additional crews for this?
  2. Is there a bank that would accept this tons of coins?

Lee Kun-Hee, Chairman of Samsung Electronics, told the media that his company is not going to be intimidated by a group of “geeks with style” and that if they want to play dirty, they also know how to do it. From: InfoLinkZone

A total of 20 billion coins, deliver hope to finish this week.

Let’s see how Apple will respond to this

 

Source: https://www.facebook.com/InfoLinkZone

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