ipod touch mail i can’t figure it out?
Ok..I am trying to add my email onto my Ipod touch. When I cllick on “mail”, then you can go to “microsoft exchange, mobileme, gmail, yahoo or aol” or “other’. I am trying to use my school email, so i click on other.
Then i put in my name/ email address/password, click save. It takes me to a page which on the top says “IMAP” and “POP” and instructs you to put in infomation for incoming and outgoing mail server (like host name, user name and password). What is this? It says some of its required but i dont know what in the world it even is?
i can,t help ….. sorry
Configuring IMAP mail on the iPhone
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