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    Im trying to help a sprint customer set up there email on palm pre.
    The customer is using wildblue.comE-mail that is powered by google. It will not auto sync when type in user name and password. You must do the manual setup. I know from the wildblue website that you have to use IMAP and not POP.
    Questions: Is incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server going to be the same?
    :What port should I be using? 143,993,110,995,25,80,3535,465.
    Im pretty sure outgoing is going to be port 80 but not sure.
    Any help would be great.
    ;SPRINT SERVICE/REPAIR TECH
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickmassey82 View Post
    Im trying to help a sprint customer set up there email on palm pre.
    The customer is using wildblue.comE-mail that is powered by google. It will not auto sync when type in user name and password. You must do the manual setup. I know from the wildblue website that you have to use IMAP and not POP.
    Questions: Is incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server going to be the same?
    :What port should I be using? 143,993,110,995,25,80,3535,465.
    Im pretty sure outgoing is going to be port 80 but not sure.
    Any help would be great.
    Incoming mail server: imap.gmail.com
    Port: 993

    Outgoing mail server: smtp.gmail.com
    Port: 587 (or 465, I think...)

    User name should be their full e-mail address.

    I'm assuming this is a Google Apps domain? That should all work.

    /Kevin
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    Also, for the incoming, make sure encryption is set to SSL.

    And on outgoing, turn 'use authentication' on. Oh, and the port is 465. (587 is the one that 'may' work. I switched 'em.) Encryption for this is also SSL.

    That should do it.

    /Kevin
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    thanks alot kevin. when they come in the store today I will try this and get back with results.
    ;SPRINT SERVICE/REPAIR TECH
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    Quote Originally Posted by commonplace View Post
    Also, for the incoming, make sure encryption is set to SSL.

    And on outgoing, turn 'use authentication' on. Oh, and the port is 465. (587 is the one that 'may' work. I switched 'em.) Encryption for this is also SSL.

    That should do it.

    /Kevin
    thanks so much. it worked and the costomer was very happy.
    ;SPRINT SERVICE/REPAIR TECH

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