Setting up my mobile phone for SMS
Downloading and using applications from Android Market
Guide to phone keys and sockets on my mobile phone
Writing text on my mobile phone
Diverting calls to another number
Want to set up your mobile phone for email? Follow these easy instructions.
Find "Access Point Names"
Tap Wireless and network.
Tap Mobile networks.
Tap Access Point Names.
Create new data connection
Tap the Menu key.
Tap New APN.
Enter data connection name
Key in SingTel Email and tap OK.
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
Key in 65ideas and tap OK.
Enter country code
Key in 525 and tap OK.
Enter network code
Key in 01 and tap OK.
Select authentication type
Tap Authentication type.
Select APN type
Tap APN type.
Save and activate data connection
Tap the field next to SingTel Email to fill in the field.
Tap the Home key to return to standby mode.
Create new email account
If email accounts have been created already:
Tap the field at the top left corner of the display.
Tap Add account.
Enter email address
Tap firstname.lastname@example.org and key in your email address (such as email@example.com).
Tap Password and key in the password for your email account.
If this image is displayed:
Follow steps 17 through 20.
Follow steps 21 through 35.
Enter email account name
Tap the field below Give this account a name (Optional) and key in a name for your email account (such as Private or Work).
Enter sender name
Tap the field below Your name (Displayed on outgoing messages) and key in the required sender name.
Wait while your mobile phone retrieves new email.
Select server type
Tap POP3 account.
Tap the field below User name and key in the username for your email account.
Enter incoming server
Tap the field below POP3 server and key in the name or IP address of your email provider's incoming server.
If SingTel is your email provider, key in pop.singnet.com.sg as your incoming server.
Turn encryption of incoming emails on or off
Tap the drop down list below Security type.
Enter incoming port
Tap the field below Port and key in 110
Turn deletion of emails on server on or off
Tap the drop down list below Delete email from server.
Tap Never or When I delete from Inbox.
Enter outgoing server
Tap the field below SMTP server and key in bbom-smtp.stm.com.sg
Turn off encryption of outgoing emails
Enter outgoing port
Tap the field below Port and key in 25
Turn off SMTP authentication
Tap Require sign-in to turn off SMTP authentication.
When the box next to the menu item is empty, SMTP authentication is turned off.
Select setting for retrieving new emails
Tap the drop down list below Email check frequency.
Tap the required period.
Tap anywhere to dismiss
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