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Common Internet Service Providers (1)

Common Internet Service Providers (1)

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This information requires (for IMAP capability) that you have SnapperMail Enterprise edition installed onyour device. In your SnapperMail server account settings (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (chooseaccount) -> Server), enter the following:
 
 
IMAP Server: imap.aol.comUsername: your AOL screen namePassword: your AOL password
 
SMTP Server: smtp.aol.comUsername: your AOL screen namePassword: your AOL passwordTap the "More?" button in the server account settings. In that window, enter the following:
 
 
IMAP4 SETTINGS:Use Port:143
 
SMTP SETTINGS:Use Port:587
 
AT&T Wireless
1.
 
Make sure that after you establish your mMode account, you pick your own username so that youget a "username@mobile.att.net" style email address. This will be your second "@mobile.att.net"email address, the first being [your-cellphone-number]@mobile.att.net2.
 
To configure SnapperMail to send email using AT&T Wireless' POP3 server, go to your ServerAccount settings (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) -> Server). Enter thefollowing for the Incoming Mail settings:
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POP3 Server: pop.mymmode.comUsername: [username@mmode.com]Password: [your mMode password]3.
 
To configure SnapperMail to send email using AT&T Wireless' SMTP server, go to your ServerAccount settings (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) -> Server). Enter thePOP3 setting as per your ISP's instructions and enter the following for the Outgoing Mail Server:4.
 
SMTP Server: smtp.attwireless.net
Username: [your mMode username†]
 Password: [your mMode password]5.
 
AT&T wireless will refuse authentication unless your email address is the same as your mMode emailaddress:
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In your SnapperMail Account settings under Identity (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) -> Identity), enter your mMode email address, i.e.username@mobile.att.net
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If you want replies to go your normal email address, enter it in the "Reply To" area (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) -> Identity -> Reply To).6.
 
AT&T Wireless appears to have quietly rolled out a new SMTP server. If the configuration in #3 and#4 above does not work for you, please try the following:
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SMTP Server: pdasmtp.attwireless.netUsername: [leave blank, "optional"]Password: [leave blank, "optional"]NOTE: This server is only usable for devices on the ATTWS network, and according to some users itmay no longer be available.7.
 
Another new AT&T Wireless server appears to have been rolled out or it will be soon. If none of theabove configurations work for you, please try the following:
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SMTP Server: smtp.mymmode.comUsername: [leave blank, "optional"]Password: [leave blank, "optional"]NOTE: This server is only usable for devices on the ATTWS network.
- do not append "@mobile.att.net"NOTE: AT&T Wireless is supposedly coming to "end of life" due to the merger with Cingular. Here is a link tothe Cingular settings.
 
AT&T Worldnet
 
These instructions require that you have the
Premier
or
Enterprise
edition of SnapperMail version 2.4.2.01or higher. Prior 2.x versions will still work, but the Secure: dropdown list is slightly different as noted. Inyour SnapperMail server account settings (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) ->Server), enter the following:
 
 
POP3 Server: ipostoffice.worldnet.att.netUsername: Anywho@worldnet.att.net (make sure you use upper/lower case, and replace "Anywho"
 
with your user ID)Password: [your email password]
 
SMTP Server: imailhost.worldnet.att.netUsername: Anywho (do not type @worldnet.att.net, use upper/lower case, and replace "Anywho"with your user ID)Password: [your email password]Tap the "More?" button in the server account settings. In that window, enter the following:
 
 
POP3 SETTINGS:Use Port 995Uncheck: Use APOP AuthenticationSecure: Always require SSLCheck: Always trust certificate
 
SMTP SETTINGS:Use Port 465Check: POP before send (or uncheck it, whichever way works for you)Secure: Always require SSLCheck: Always trust certificateNote: Secure: dropdown list for SnapperMail version 2.x series prior to 2.4.2.01 will read "Always secure(wrapped port)" and "Always trust server."
 
Cableone
In your SnapperMail server account settings (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) ->Server), enter the following:
 
 
POP3 Server: mail.cableone.netUsername: your email usernamePassword: your email password
 
SMTP Server: authmail.cableone.netUsername: your email usernamePassword: your email password
Charter
In your SnapperMail server account settings (Menu -> Accounts -> Edit Accounts -> (choose account) ->Server), enter the following:
 
 
POP3 Server: pop.charter.netUsername: your full Charter Email addressPassword: your email password
 
SMTP Server: Charter's SMTP server is apparently unavailable outside their network. You'll have touse an alternate SMTP server such as the one your cellular carrier provides.
Cingular

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