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I can send email but cannot retrieve email. setting are identical to
PC. Most articles I have seen are "I can receive but can't send!" any
suggestions appreciated.
 
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Check your incoming settings and make sure all the information is entered
correctly.

--
Eric Hicks [That_Kid] (MS-MVP Mobile Devices)

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"JD" <disciple4jesus@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>I can send email but cannot retrieve email. setting are identical to
> PC. Most articles I have seen are "I can receive but can't send!" any
> suggestions appreciated.
 

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"JD" <disciple4jesus@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> I can send email but cannot retrieve email. setting are identical to
> PC. Most articles I have seen are "I can receive but can't send!" any
> suggestions appreciated.

More than likely to be a typing error.
The details might look the same but be
sure to check for full stops where commas
might be present.
 
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As per the other poster's comments, this is most likely to be a type in the
Incoming (POP3) server address. Also note that if you are using a desktop
email program to access the account at the same time, it's likely to have a
problem. Could it be that the PDA thinks the mailbox is already open?

A little more help can be found at
http://www.filesaveas.com/pocketpcconnect.html

Regards,

Pete
 

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I have checked and doubled and tripled checked the settings;

Incoming: pop3.frontiernet.net

Outgoing: smtp.frontiernet.net

I get a message that says "Messages cannot be downloaded to your mobile
device make sure you are connected and that you e-mail account settings are
correct. Then, try to download messages again.

Not connected to PC and outlook is not running on PC. Very strange.

"useman42" <useman42_no_spam@tiscali.co.uk> wrote in message
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> As per the other poster's comments, this is most likely to be a type in
the
> Incoming (POP3) server address. Also note that if you are using a desktop
> email program to access the account at the same time, it's likely to have
a
> problem. Could it be that the PDA thinks the mailbox is already open?
>
> A little more help can be found at
> http://www.filesaveas.com/pocketpcconnect.html
>
> Regards,
>
> Pete
>
>
 
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I had the exact same problem on my HP1940 and now on my HP4150. Never could
get it to work and never found an answer here or in any forum. The only
thing that worked for me was a small email program called npopw. Look for
it on google.


----- Original Message -----
From: "JD" <disciple4jesus@hotmail.com> Sent: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 18:15:19
Subject: Re: Email


I have checked and doubled and tripled checked the settings;

Incoming: pop3.frontiernet.net

Outgoing: smtp.frontiernet.net

I get a message that says "Messages cannot be downloaded to your mobile
device make sure you are connected and that you e-mail account settings are
correct. Then, try to download messages again.

Not connected to PC and outlook is not running on PC. Very strange.

"useman42" <useman42_no_spam@tiscali.co.uk> wrote in message news:
4156dd68$0$22763$db0fefd9@news.zen.co.uk...
> As per the other poster's comments, this is most likely to be a type in
the
> Incoming (POP3) server address. Also note that if you are using a
> desktop email program to access the account at the same time, it's
> likely to have
a
> problem. Could it be that the PDA thinks the mailbox is already open?

> A little more help can be found at http://www.filesaveas.com/
> pocketpcconnect.html

> Regards,

> Pete
 

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Tried nPOP, it works! Thanks!!

"Growl" <growling@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> I had the exact same problem on my HP1940 and now on my HP4150. Never
could
> get it to work and never found an answer here or in any forum. The only
> thing that worked for me was a small email program called npopw. Look for
> it on google.
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "JD" <disciple4jesus@hotmail.com> Sent: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 18:15:19
> Subject: Re: Email
>
>
> I have checked and doubled and tripled checked the settings;
>
> Incoming: pop3.frontiernet.net
>
> Outgoing: smtp.frontiernet.net
>
> I get a message that says "Messages cannot be downloaded to your mobile
> device make sure you are connected and that you e-mail account settings
are
> correct. Then, try to download messages again.
>
> Not connected to PC and outlook is not running on PC. Very strange.
>
> "useman42" <useman42_no_spam@tiscali.co.uk> wrote in message news:
> 4156dd68$0$22763$db0fefd9@news.zen.co.uk...
> > As per the other poster's comments, this is most likely to be a type in
> the
> > Incoming (POP3) server address. Also note that if you are using a
> > desktop email program to access the account at the same time, it's
> > likely to have
> a
> > problem. Could it be that the PDA thinks the mailbox is already open?
>
> > A little more help can be found at http://www.filesaveas.com/
> > pocketpcconnect.html
>
> > Regards,
>
> > Pete
 

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