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  1. #1
    Kevin
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    Hi

    Recently got a Moto V3. The owners guide says you can send emails with the
    phone but my phone ain't got this feature?????? Is there someway of
    activating it?

    Also, my phone has video capture which it shouldn't have. And no, its not
    been modded to add this feature it came to me brand new.

    Cheers for any feedback with the above,

    Kevin





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  2. #2
    Chris Boyd
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    Re: V3 Email function

    Kevin wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > Recently got a Moto V3. The owners guide says you can send emails
    > with the phone but my phone ain't got this feature?????? Is there
    > someway of activating it?


    Yes, enter the settings for your email provider so it has somewhere to
    download the emails from.

    >
    > Also, my phone has video capture which it shouldn't have. And no, its
    > not been modded to add this feature it came to me brand new.


    Moto have added this to the latest firmware. I wouldn't complain, it's a
    bonus.

    Chris





  3. #3
    none
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    Re: V3 Email function




  4. #4
    Kevin
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function


    "Chris Boyd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Yes, enter the settings for your email provider so it has somewhere to
    > download the emails from.
    >

    Thanks Chris,

    Maybe I wasn't clear with my explanation. When I go into my messages menu I
    see no option that says email. Just got the usual inbox, outbox, mms etc but
    nothing about email???? Is there some setting I can enter then it appears??

    Thanks,

    Kevin





  5. #5
    Matt Wheeler
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function


    "Kevin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Chris Boyd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Yes, enter the settings for your email provider so it has somewhere
    >> to
    >> download the emails from.
    >>

    > Thanks Chris,
    >
    > Maybe I wasn't clear with my explanation. When I go into my messages
    > menu I
    > see no option that says email. Just got the usual inbox, outbox, mms
    > etc but
    > nothing about email???? Is there some setting I can enter then it
    > appears??
    >


    Well... there is the manual, here:
    http://direct.motorola.com/manuals/2...df?country=GBR

    There is a reference to reading and sending e-mail on page 84.





  6. #6
    Kevin
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function


    "Matt Wheeler" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Well... there is the manual, here:
    > http://direct.motorola.com/manuals/2...df?country=GBR
    >
    > There is a reference to reading and sending e-mail on page 84.
    >

    No thats no use. When I go to where the manual says I don't have anything
    about emails! It just aint there on my phone. All I have is all the other
    message settings etc to do with mms and texts

    Cheers





  7. #7
    Chris Boyd
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function

    Kevin wrote:
    > "Matt Wheeler" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news[email protected]
    >>
    >> Well... there is the manual, here:
    >> http://direct.motorola.com/manuals/2...df?country=GBR
    >>
    >> There is a reference to reading and sending e-mail on page 84.
    >>

    > No thats no use. When I go to where the manual says I don't have
    > anything about emails! It just aint there on my phone. All I have is
    > all the other message settings etc to do with mms and texts
    >


    As I said, it needs set up. If you go to the message menu, and press the
    menu button (the one with the three lines) there should be an email
    setup/settings option. Once you go into this and set it up, it will appear
    under the general message menu.

    Chris





  8. #8
    Kevin
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function


    "Chris Boyd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > As I said, it needs set up. If you go to the message menu, and press the
    > menu button (the one with the three lines) there should be an email
    > setup/settings option. Once you go into this and set it up, it will

    appear
    > under the general message menu.
    >
    > Chris
    >

    Hi Chris,

    OK, have went to message menu then pressed the menu button. There is no
    email option on disply in this menu! All I have is, New msg, fax setup,
    cleanup msgs, memory meter, voicemail setup, message setup, info svce setup,
    outbox setup and reorder list.

    I tried selecting message setup from the above. I then have mms setup, inbox
    view, service centre No., Autoclean up, Email gateway and sms alert.

    I'm now assuming I need to input some number into the Email gateway??? If so
    I aint got a clue what it is as o2 doesn't list is anywahere?????

    I'm getting rather confused and am grateful for any further info.

    Thanks





  9. #9
    Chris Boyd
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function

    Kevin wrote:
    > "Chris Boyd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> As I said, it needs set up. If you go to the message menu, and
    >> press the menu button (the one with the three lines) there should be
    >> an email setup/settings option. Once you go into this and set it
    >> up, it will appear under the general message menu.
    >>
    >> Chris
    >>

    > Hi Chris,
    >
    > OK, have went to message menu then pressed the menu button. There is
    > no email option on disply in this menu! All I have is, New msg, fax
    > setup, cleanup msgs, memory meter, voicemail setup, message setup,
    > info svce setup, outbox setup and reorder list.
    >
    > I tried selecting message setup from the above. I then have mms
    > setup, inbox view, service centre No., Autoclean up, Email gateway
    > and sms alert.
    >
    > I'm now assuming I need to input some number into the Email
    > gateway??? If so I aint got a clue what it is as o2 doesn't list is
    > anywahere?????
    >


    The email gateway a different feature altogether, for sms to email. None of
    the networks have a number for this.

    Without having a V3 handy, I can't say for sure where the option should be -
    the menu was where I described on a Motorola V80 I have lying about.

    Anyone with a V3 shed any light?

    In the interim, if you're trying to send an email, you can send it as an
    MMS. Just type the email address where you would normally enter the
    recipient number and it'll sort the rest out.

    Chris





  10. #10
    Chris Boyd
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function

    Chris Boyd wrote:
    > Kevin wrote:
    >> "Chris Boyd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> As I said, it needs set up. If you go to the message menu, and
    >>> press the menu button (the one with the three lines) there should be
    >>> an email setup/settings option. Once you go into this and set it
    >>> up, it will appear under the general message menu.
    >>>
    >>> Chris
    >>>

    >> Hi Chris,
    >>
    >> OK, have went to message menu then pressed the menu button. There is
    >> no email option on disply in this menu! All I have is, New msg, fax
    >> setup, cleanup msgs, memory meter, voicemail setup, message setup,
    >> info svce setup, outbox setup and reorder list.
    >>
    >> I tried selecting message setup from the above. I then have mms
    >> setup, inbox view, service centre No., Autoclean up, Email gateway
    >> and sms alert.
    >>
    >> I'm now assuming I need to input some number into the Email
    >> gateway??? If so I aint got a clue what it is as o2 doesn't list is
    >> anywahere?????
    >>

    >
    > The email gateway a different feature altogether, for sms to email. None
    > of the networks have a number for this.
    >
    > Without having a V3 handy, I can't say for sure where the option
    > should be - the menu was where I described on a Motorola V80 I have
    > lying about.
    > Anyone with a V3 shed any light?
    >
    > In the interim, if you're trying to send an email, you can send it as
    > an MMS. Just type the email address where you would normally enter
    > the recipient number and it'll sort the rest out.
    >


    Had a quick google - is the phone on O2 PAYG? Someone here
    (http://www.esato.com/archive/t.php/t-109518) had the same problem and it
    turned out that O2 had removed the menu from the phone (as it's not a
    feature they support on PAYG).

    Chris





  11. #11
    Dave C
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function

    Chris Boyd wrote:

    >
    > Had a quick google - is the phone on O2 PAYG? Someone here
    > (http://www.esato.com/archive/t.php/t-109518) had the same problem and it
    > turned out that O2 had removed the menu from the phone (as it's not a
    > feature they support on PAYG).
    >
    > Chris
    >
    >


    Seems silly as O2 PAYG do support email. I have an O2 PAYG Motorola V547
    lying around and that has the email function visible. I use a 6230i on
    O2 PAYG and the email client works perfectly

    --
    Dave C



  12. #12
    Kevin
    Guest

    Re: V3 Email function

    Thanks for that guys.

    Your right, it is a PAYG phone. Although my monthly sim will be getting put
    in the phone. Looks like I'll need to 'flash' the memory or somethoing to
    get the feature.

    Cheers





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