Nokia C3


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Basic use

Set up your phone for POP3 email

Follow these instructions to set up your phone for POP3 email.
Please note that these instructions are based on a POP3 email account. If you have a web-based email account, such as Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail or Gmail, you need to use the settings for web-based email. Click here for more information.

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Find "Personal settings"
Press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Settings and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Configuration and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Personal settings and press the Navigation key.
Create new data connection
If no data connections have been created:
Press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Web and press the Navigation key.
If data connections have been created already:
Press Options.
Scroll to Add new and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Web and press the Navigation key.
Enter data connection name
Scroll to Account name and press the Navigation key.
Key in Vodafone Mail and press the Navigation key.
Turn off default data connection
Scroll to Use preferred access pt. and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to No and press the Navigation key.
Edit bearer settings
Scroll to Access point settings and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Bearer settings and press the Navigation key.
Enter APN
Scroll to Packet data access pt. and press the Navigation key.
Key in live.vodafone.com and press the Navigation key.
Select authentication type
Scroll to Authentication type and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Normal and press the Navigation key.
Activate data connection
Press Back three times to save the settings.
Scroll to Vodafone Mail and press Options.
Scroll to Activate and press the Navigation key.
Press Disconnect to return to standby mode.
Find "Mail"
Press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Mail and press the Navigation key.
The first time you open the application, different questions are displayed. Follow the instructions on the display to select the required settings.
Create new email account
If email accounts have been created already:
Scroll to Add account and press the Navigation key.
Scroll to Other and press the Navigation key.
Enter email address
Scroll to Mail address and key in your email address.
Enter password
Scroll to Password and key in the password for your email account.
Scroll to Sign in and press the Navigation key.
Press the Navigation key to confirm.
Enter username
Scroll to If you have a user name enter it here and key in the username for your email account at your email provider.
Select server type
Scroll to POP3 and press the Navigation key.
Press Options.
Scroll to Next and press the Navigation key.
Enter incoming server
Scroll to Incoming mail server and key in the name or the IP address of your email provider's incoming server.
Enter incoming port
Scroll to Incoming port and key in 110
Turn off SSL encryption of incoming email messages
Scroll to None and press the Navigation key.
Press Options.
Scroll to Next and press the Navigation key.
Enter outgoing server
Scroll to Outgoing mail server and key in the name or the IP address of your email provider's outgoing server.
Please note that if you can't send email messages when using your email provider's outgoing server, key in smtp.vodafone.net.au (Vodafone's outgoing server).
Enter outgoing port
Scroll to Outgoing port and key in 25
Turn off SSL encryption of outgoing email messages
Scroll to None and press the Navigation key.
Retrieve email messages
Press Options.
Scroll to Sign in and press the Navigation key.
Wait while your phone retrieves new email messages.
Exit
Press and hold Disconnect to return to standby mode.
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