Yahoo Mail Setting for your Mobile

by Sazzad Rahman » Fri, 22 Oct 2010 05:02:13 GMT


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 Steps to configure Yahoo mailbox on your mobile. Its very simple just
5 Minute to configure it. Learn with screen shot. This is tested on
N73 and works perfectly.

For configuration

Go to tools--> Setting Wizard--> Email Setting-->


INCOMING E-MAIL

   1. User name- (your user name)
   2. Password- (your password)
   3. Incoming mail server-pop.mail.yahoo.co.in (or what ever yours)
   4. Access point-( your gprs access point)
   5. Mail box name-yahoo
   6. Mail box type- pop3
   7. Security ports- off
   8. Ports- default
   9. APOP secure login-off



FOR OUTGOING E-MAIL

   1. Email adress- (your email address)
   2. User name- (your user name)
   3. Password- (your password)
   4. Out going mail server- smtp.mail.yahoo.co.in (or what ever
yours)
   5. Access point- (your access point)
   6. Security ports-off
   7. port-587

Thats all now go to automatic retrieval and change header retrieval to
always for auto download.

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