- 02-16-2004, 10:15 AM #1Steve HoffmannGuest
A while back I posted concerning a problem I had with my iPaq2200 and
sending POP email with my aftermarket cable connected LG4400 on Express
Network (1X). I found the answer in the PPC newsgroup. For those of you who
followed or contributed to that thread. Here's the solution....copied reply
"There is a problem with sending email from PocketPCs with the PocketPC 2003
operating system.The problem has to do with how ISP is set up. The PPC has
a problem with certain mail servers. Some servers are configured in a way
that it does not
have SSL enabled, but the operating system thinks it does have it enabled.
So you need to do a registry tweak that forces the registry to tell the
operating system not to use SSL.
You will need to use a third party registry editor, such as "PHM Registry
Editor" (http://www.phm.lu/Products/PocketPC/...t/download.asp) to make
the following changes:
Note that the install does not work properly with some PPCs, so instead
download the .cab file. Just put this in the PocketPC My Documents folder.
Do an ActiveSync, and then click on the cab file from within the PPC File
Explorer to install.
Follow these steps using with any registry editor software for Pocket PC:
1.. Open the PHM Editor (Programs>>PHM Regedit)
2.. Locate HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Inbox
3.. Create a new DWORD value ForceOffSSL and give it a value of 1,
Base=Decimal (tap Edit, and New DWORD Value).
4.. Soft-reset device.
WARNING: This is not for the novice user. Using Registry Editor incorrectly
can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall all of your
applications, and in some case to hard reset your device. Modify the
registry at your own risk."
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