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    #21  
    For anyone who might still be fighting this demon (myself included), WebOS 1.1 fixes this issue. Cox.net e-mail setup, sending, and receiving works fine now.
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    Cox is probably pop is it not? Why not fwd your emails to gmail and push it with imap? Much better experience...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdmogren View Post
    Cox is probably pop is it not? Why not fwd your emails to gmail and push it with imap? Much better experience...
    a) Yes, it's POP3.

    2) Because I use my Cox account for junk...signing up for websites and such. I'm VERY tight with who I give my gmail account to.

    I wanted a totally seperate account that I can get messages from only when I want to get messages from it. I have it set to get messages manually...so I don't get an audible notification at 3am that a long-lost cousin of mine has just inherited $50 Mil...but just needs a little financial help to get the money...and if I help him, he'll share his new-found wealth.
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    I tried the sprintpcs smtp solution on my new Pre and it is not working.
    my Settings:
    Incoming
    pop.west.cox.net
    username
    password
    110 port
    None encryption

    outgoing
    - Server Name: smtp.sprintpcs.com
    - Use Authentication: ON
    - Username: xxxxx01 (see instructions above)
    - Password: xxxxxxx (see instructions above)
    - Port: 25
    - Encryption: None
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