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02-11-2011 03:13 PM
I am trying to set up the outgoing mail with the iphone, however it fails everytime.
My mail server doesnt accespt smtp requests from external Ips, so in the past on my Treo phone
I had a vzwmail.net account and used that to send my mail out.
On my blackberry i had no problems, however on the iphone i cannot send mail.
My collegue who has att iphone has to use a att smtp server for his outgoing which works fine.
I tried the smtp.vzwmail.net with my email@example.com but this no longer seems to be working.
I was told to try hostname: outgoing.verizon.net with port 587
however then it asks me for a usename /password.
I have tried my cell number as username, also my Myverizon username and password , all which fail.
How can i resolve this and be able to send mail.
02-13-2011 08:56 PM
Please visit our Verizon Wireless forum for your iPhone support question at http://community.vzw.com/. You may find answers to your questions on existing posts or one of our Wireless agents can help you further.
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02-13-2011 10:29 PM
SMTP server outgoing.verizon.net is only for @verizon.net accounts, which come with internet service from Verizon. If you don't have VZ internet, you'll need to use a different SMTP server.
02-14-2011 10:01 AM
vzw doesn't offer email from what I understand, but the OP is better off posting this in the VZW forums and verify. I have vzw and I am pretty confident I don't have an email from them. I have a text thing which is my number@vzwblah blah but that isn't a real email address.