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Email for your Nokia E72 (or similar)

This is for general POP email

Assuming that the phone is not setup, from the setup menu select setup email:

  • Select method to connect to the internet
  • select Other
  • enter in the full e-mail address
  • Select POP/IMAP
  • Check that the settings of the email are correct; remember that the user name is normally the full email address.
  • Scroll down to in coming email server, enter the text box, in Quaffee's case it is, select ok
  • Incoming mail select SSL for security or None (for Quaffee), this will select the port automatically
  • Then set the outgoing email server as per the settings the cell phone service provider, these are what I found:
    • For Vodacom 3G, outgoing server is
    • For MTN 3G, the outgoing server is
    • For Cell C the outgoing server is
  • Set the outgoing mail security to None

Send and receive and email. The email is now setup

Setting up synchronisation to be hourly

This will set up that you email is downloaded one an hour at least:

  • In the mail box select, "Options" -> "Settings" -> "Mailbox settings"
  • Select "When to sync"
  • Select "Connection days", select the days you want to get email, and okay
  • Select "Connection hours", select "Between hours", enter the hours you require
  • Select "Update interval" select "1 hour"
  • Select "back"

Add a signature

This adds a signature to your emails

This will set up that you email is downloaded one an hour at least:

  • In the mail box select, "Options" -> "Settings" -> "Mailbox settings"
  • Select "Mailbox settings"
  • Move down to "Signature", select then select "On"
  • Select "Signature Line", and enter in your signature line.


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