Cancelling all diverts on my mobile phone
Turning call waiting on my mobile phone on or off
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Checking PIN and IMEI number on my mobile phone
Sending pictures and video clips from my mobile phone
Want to set up your mobile phone for email? Follow these easy instructions.
Slide your finger down the display starting from the top edge of your mobile phone.
Tap Network Connections.
Tap Mobile Network.
Tap the field below Access Point Name (APN).
If you're on a pay monthly rate plan:
Key in e-ideas
If you're on a pay as you go rate plan:
Key in hicard
Tap the field below Username.
Key in 65ideas
Tap the field below Password.
Save data connection
Slide your finger up the display starting from the bottom edge of your mobile phone to return to standby mode.
Create email account
If you've already set up an email account:
Tap Add Account.
Tap Email, Calendar and Contacts.
Enter email address
Key in your email address and tap Next.
Key in the password for your email account and tap Next.
If this image is displayed:
Follow steps 11 through 16.
Follow steps 17 through 32.
Enter email account name
Tap the field below Description and key in a name for the email account.
Select data types
Tap the indicator next to Sync Email, Sync Contacts and Sync Calendar to turn synchronisation of each data type on or off.
Activate email account
Wait a moment while your email account is activated.
Edit email account settings
Tap the email account you've just set up.
Select setting for retrieving new email
Tap the field below Sync Interval.
Tap the required period or Manual.
Save and exit
Enter sender name
Tap the field below Display Name and key in the required sender name.
Tap the field below Username and key in the username for your email account.
Tap the field below Email Address and key in your email address.
Tap the field below Password and key in the password for your email account.
Enter incoming server
Tap the field below Server Address and key in the name of your email provider's incoming server.
If SingTel is your email provider, key in pop.singnet.com.sg as your incoming server.
Enter incoming port number
Tap the field below Port.
Key in 110
Turn off SSL encryption of incoming email
Tap the indicator next to Use SSL to turn off SSL encryption.
Enter outgoing server
Tap the field below SMTP Server Address and key in bbom-smtp.stm.com.sg
Enter outgoing port number
Tap the field below SMTP Port and key in 25
Turn off SSL encryption of outgoing email
Tap the drop down list below SMTP Encryption.
Tap the drop down list below Sync Interval.
Select period for retrieving email
Tap the drop down list below Initial Retrieval Amount.
Tap the required period.
Tap anywhere to dismiss
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