For me, it’s still a wise idea selecting an email with POP enabled if you are a “price sensitive” type, because it will cost less money compared to login via web based email client (I notice again: if you decide to use your own money to have internet connection). If you has a mobile phone or similar gadget which have email messaging feature, you can utilize it. Article described below will giving you instructions how to setting up email (GMail: Google Mail) on Nokia N95 8GB step by step. I’ll assumed that your GPRS connection is up, having an active GMail account & already enabling POP activation option from Setting menu over GMail web application.
First of all, enter messaging menu from your N95, pick on Options menu & go to e-mail settings.
There’s available 4 objects to set in Mailboxes sub-menu; Connection settings, User settings, Retrieval settings & Automatic retrieval. Now, open Connection settings. This menu only consist of 2 sub-menus; Incoming e-mail & Outgoing e-mail.
Each of it required a specific values regarding to your own account such as User name & Password. Set other values with typical adjustment similar with pictures below (in a series; left is Incoming & right is Outgoing settings).
Note that you have to specify (security) port number each of it which is 995 on incoming & 465 on outgoing. This connection settings is done. Now, entering the user settings menu. Change My name with appropriate to your name.
Leave the retrieval & automatic retrieval settings on its default values (retrieve headers only & disabled automatic retrieval). Once you get back to root menu, your settings has already saved. It’s time to take a send & receive test. If your configuration is well, then now you have an active email client from your mobile phone. Just try & let me see you prove!
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