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Re: Sending e-mail from Pocket PC device through Exchange



fixed

I do not use exchange, and my pocket PC is 2002, but there is a setting  under 
options on
the pocke PC email,  Outgoing e-mail server requires authentication. I do not 
know your
setup but in most cases  that should be checked, unless you have the IP address 
for the
Pocket PC open for relay on the mail server. 

Note: the option button is about the last screen when you are setting the  
stuff for the
email on the pocket PC.

John Ross
IBM Certified Specialist AS/400 RPG IV Programmer

Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:35:36 -0500
 
> We just purchased a Pocket PC phone from Sprint for the boss to use
> while he is in Naples, FL this winter to get his e-mail (tough life, I
> know!).  Anyway, I have been able to receive the e-mail with the device,
> but for some reason I am unable to send e-mail.  It is connecting to our
> Exchange 2000 server through its wireless connection.  There just aren't
> that many parameters for the settings on the device itself, but what I
> have is correct.  I'm guessing it has to do with the settings in
> Exchange???  Has anyone else had to deal with this issue?
> 
> Bob Cagle
> IT Manager
> Lynk, Inc.
> 913-492-9202 x41





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