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  1. #1
    Jeremy Robinson
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    I have a Nokia 3100 from which I run Reqwireless Emailviewer to read my
    corporate email. It is faultless if a litle slow but Reqwireless seem to
    have ceased support and no longer sell the software. I now wish to get a
    new phone with a slighly bigger screen and was wondering what the included
    email clients are like on the newer Nokias. I am not too interested in
    using the phone as a camera and my main requirements are good phone, email
    and screen quality. Any recommendations? (doesn't have to be Nokia either).

    Jeremy Robinson
    Ireland

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  2. #2
    Peter Mounsey
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    Re: Email client recommendation


    "Jeremy Robinson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I have a Nokia 3100 from which I run Reqwireless Emailviewer to read my
    > corporate email. It is faultless if a litle slow but Reqwireless seem to
    > have ceased support and no longer sell the software. I now wish to get a
    > new phone with a slighly bigger screen and was wondering what the included
    > email clients are like on the newer Nokias. I am not too interested in
    > using the phone as a camera and my main requirements are good phone, email
    > and screen quality. Any recommendations? (doesn't have to be Nokia

    either).
    >
    > Jeremy Robinson
    > Ireland
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    Newer Nokias are very good. I use a 6600 which supports POP3 and IMAP very
    well. You can have more than one mailbox and download only headers to save
    cost. You use your network providers SMTP for outgoing mail and your email
    ISP for incoming. The 6600 has a decent size screen too which makes reading
    email much easier than on your 3100.

    Pete.





  3. #3
    Jeremy Robinson
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    Re: Email client recommendation

    "Peter Mounsey" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    >
    > "Jeremy Robinson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I have a Nokia 3100 from which I run Reqwireless Emailviewer to read
    >> my corporate email. It is faultless if a litle slow but Reqwireless
    >> seem to have ceased support and no longer sell the software. I now
    >> wish to get a new phone with a slighly bigger screen and was
    >> wondering what the included email clients are like on the newer
    >> Nokias. I am not too interested in using the phone as a camera and my
    >> main requirements are good phone, email and screen quality. Any
    >> recommendations? (doesn't have to be Nokia

    > either).
    >>
    >> Jeremy Robinson
    >> Ireland
    >>
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    >> 120,000+

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    > =----
    >
    > Newer Nokias are very good. I use a 6600 which supports POP3 and IMAP
    > very well. You can have more than one mailbox and download only
    > headers to save cost. You use your network providers SMTP for outgoing
    > mail and your email ISP for incoming. The 6600 has a decent size
    > screen too which makes reading email much easier than on your 3100.
    >
    > Pete.
    >
    >
    >

    When you say use "your network providers SMTP" for outgoing does this
    mean I would have to use a different mail account than corporate one?
    I suppose I am asking if the recipient of an email from me will see my
    normal email address?
    Regards
    Jeremy

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  4. #4
    Simon Templar
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    Re: Email client recommendation

    Jeremy Robinson wrote:
    > When you say use "your network providers SMTP" for outgoing does this
    > mean I would have to use a different mail account than corporate one?
    > I suppose I am asking if the recipient of an email from me will see my
    > normal email address?
    > Regards
    > Jeremy


    The SMTP is for outgoing mail only, you will use POP3 or IMAP for you
    incoming mail from your normal email account.

    Unless your 'corporate' mail server allows you to send mail from from
    any Internet connection then you have to use your network providers SMTP
    because you are operating in their network and it will allow you to send
    mail using your own email address.



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  5. #5
    Jeremy Robinson
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    Re: Email client recommendation

    Simon Templar <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Jeremy Robinson wrote:
    >> When you say use "your network providers SMTP" for outgoing does this
    >> mean I would have to use a different mail account than corporate one?
    >> I suppose I am asking if the recipient of an email from me will see
    >> my normal email address?
    >> Regards
    >> Jeremy

    >
    > The SMTP is for outgoing mail only, you will use POP3 or IMAP for you
    > incoming mail from your normal email account.
    >
    > Unless your 'corporate' mail server allows you to send mail from from
    > any Internet connection then you have to use your network providers
    > SMTP because you are operating in their network and it will allow you
    > to send mail using your own email address.
    >

    OK. Its getting clearer. I should have said earlier that the Reqwireless
    emailviewer does its stuff (for me) over GPRS and I dont have a ISP as
    such. I have a contract O2 mobile phone account. I can only connect my
    phone to the internet over GPRS. Will the connection I make through the
    O2 GPRS allow me to send from my University email account? I assume this
    is an authenticated SMTP server as I can do this from Outlook Express on
    a laptop connected through a wireless Tmobile hotspot thingy. Regards
    Jeremy


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  6. #6
    Darius
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    Re: Email client recommendation


    "Jeremy Robinson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Simon Templar <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> Jeremy Robinson wrote:
    >>> When you say use "your network providers SMTP" for outgoing does this
    >>> mean I would have to use a different mail account than corporate one?
    >>> I suppose I am asking if the recipient of an email from me will see
    >>> my normal email address?
    >>> Regards
    >>> Jeremy

    >>
    >> The SMTP is for outgoing mail only, you will use POP3 or IMAP for you
    >> incoming mail from your normal email account.
    >>
    >> Unless your 'corporate' mail server allows you to send mail from from
    >> any Internet connection then you have to use your network providers
    >> SMTP because you are operating in their network and it will allow you
    >> to send mail using your own email address.
    >>

    > OK. Its getting clearer. I should have said earlier that the Reqwireless
    > emailviewer does its stuff (for me) over GPRS and I dont have a ISP as
    > such. I have a contract O2 mobile phone account. I can only connect my
    > phone to the internet over GPRS. Will the connection I make through the
    > O2 GPRS allow me to send from my University email account? I assume this
    > is an authenticated SMTP server as I can do this from Outlook Express on
    > a laptop connected through a wireless Tmobile hotspot thingy. Regards
    > Jeremy


    Yes, but a point to note is many providers are blocking the smtp port from
    sending unless you are physically "connected" through them. But, if you can
    already send via a hotspot as you say, then it seems your university hasn't
    blocked the smtp port That may change in the future of course.

    As for me, I had a hell of a time with my provider, could recieve on my
    mobile no problems, but couldn't send. I ended up opening a $5mth dialup
    account elsewhere just so I could have an open smtp server to send through
    on my mobile





  7. #7
    Simon Templar
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    Re: Email client recommendation

    Jeremy Robinson wrote:
    > Simon Templar <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    >
    >>Jeremy Robinson wrote:
    >>
    >>>When you say use "your network providers SMTP" for outgoing does this
    >>>mean I would have to use a different mail account than corporate one?
    >>>I suppose I am asking if the recipient of an email from me will see
    >>>my normal email address?
    >>>Regards
    >>>Jeremy

    >>
    >>The SMTP is for outgoing mail only, you will use POP3 or IMAP for you
    >>incoming mail from your normal email account.
    >>
    >>Unless your 'corporate' mail server allows you to send mail from from
    >>any Internet connection then you have to use your network providers
    >>SMTP because you are operating in their network and it will allow you
    >>to send mail using your own email address.
    >>

    >
    > OK. Its getting clearer. I should have said earlier that the Reqwireless
    > emailviewer does its stuff (for me) over GPRS and I dont have a ISP as
    > such. I have a contract O2 mobile phone account. I can only connect my
    > phone to the internet over GPRS. Will the connection I make through the
    > O2 GPRS allow me to send from my University email account? I assume this
    > is an authenticated SMTP server as I can do this from Outlook Express on
    > a laptop connected through a wireless Tmobile hotspot thingy. Regards
    > Jeremy


    You should be able to send all your mail from your 02 mobile account
    when on your phone. It will send you University mail as that, so it
    shouldn't make any difference.

    I send all my emails through which ever ISP I am connected to at the
    time and don't have a problem. My emails that are replied to still go
    to the appropriate email address.



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