eMail won't appear on mobile unless attached to PC & Outlook

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TWVn

Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile

Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.

From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider appears

as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common, free

provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without

problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to the

PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully to

the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),

appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.

But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business

server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my

eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I get

a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some additional

vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that

accurate?

Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
 
H

Hal Hostetler [MVP-P/I]

Can you provide some details about the "linked to the common, free provider"

part of this equation? Do you have an account setup on the phone for this

service?

Hal

www.kvoa.com -- KVOA Television, Tucson, AZ.

Live at Hot Licks - www.badnewsbluesband.comcom

"Meg" <Meg> wrote in message

news:0260355B-F469-4346-917E-477AECA87DCC@microsoft.com...
> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile
> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.

> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> appears
> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common, free
> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without
> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to
> the
> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully to
> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.

> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business
> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my
> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I
> get
> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some additional
> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> accurate?

> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
 
D

DL

That would be something to do with your free mail provider and your mobile

phone setup, its nothing to do with outlook, which is merely a mail handler

for whatever type of account is configured

Personally I use gmail on my mobile, my other mail accounts are configured

to copy mail to my gmail account

"Meg" <Meg> wrote in message

news:0260355B-F469-4346-917E-477AECA87DCC@microsoft.com...
> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile
> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.

> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> appears
> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common, free
> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without
> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to
> the
> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully to
> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.

> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business
> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my
> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I
> get
> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some additional
> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> accurate?

> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
 
T

TWVn

I believe I've sort out that when I set up Outlook on my mobile, I screwed up

the settings. Again, the desktop Outlook collects my eMail fine. So I created

a new eMail account on the mobile -- this time with the correct settings

and I am able to receive my business eMail (which also continues, correctly,

to appear in my desktop Outlook).

So here's a follow-up: Now I know the correct settings. Is there a way into

the Outlook Mobile that's already on my phone so I can make an adjustment? If

there is, I can't find it. Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile mailbox

and start anew (nervous about that)? Or should I just ignore the Outlook

Mobile eMail folder and keep the newly set up folder, but that doesn't really

have the Outlook options for collecting my RSS feeds, etc. Plus, it would

always give me a cramp, having that extra folder and I like seeing an Outlook

icon that represents the folder with messages also in my desktop.

A step-by-step here would really be helpful.

Again, I really appreciate this venue for sorting through these issues (of

my own incompetence). Thank you!

"Meg" wrote:


> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile
> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.

> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider appears
> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common, free
> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without
> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to the
> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully to
> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.

> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business
> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my
> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I get
> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some additional
> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> accurate?

> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
 
T

TWVn

I made a new post with a little more detail (and a few questions), but I

realized that I had entered the setup info incorrectly and the way the mobile

software works, I don't see how to readjust it. But ain't that always the

way. We users do the dumbo thing and then rail against the product. Well,

I've enough experience to know that almost always, it really isn't the

product. Aaaaargh!

"Hal Hostetler [MVP-P/I]" wrote:


> Can you provide some details about the "linked to the common, free provider"
> part of this equation? Do you have an account setup on the phone for this
> service?

> Hal
> >

>

> www.kvoa.com -- KVOA Television, Tucson, AZ.
> Live at Hot Licks - www.badnewsbluesband.comcom
> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> news:0260355B-F469-4346-917E-477AECA87DCC@microsoft.com...
> > Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile
> > Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.
> > From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> > appears
> > as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common, free
> > provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without
> > problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to
> > the
> > PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully to
> > the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> > appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.
> > But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business
> > server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my
> > eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I
> > get
> > a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some additional
> > vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> > accurate?
> > Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards


>
 
D

DL

Afraid how you set up / edit the settings is down to your mobile, or the

software it uses

"Meg" <Meg> wrote in message

news:B08F2C62-F843-4BB6-B7AC-500FED3B4682@microsoft.com...
> I believe I've sort out that when I set up Outlook on my mobile, I screwed
> up
> the settings. Again, the desktop Outlook collects my eMail fine. So I
> created
> a new eMail account on the mobile -- this time with the correct
> settings > and I am able to receive my business eMail (which also continues,
> correctly,
> to appear in my desktop Outlook).

> So here's a follow-up: Now I know the correct settings. Is there a way
> into
> the Outlook Mobile that's already on my phone so I can make an adjustment?
> If
> there is, I can't find it. Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile
> mailbox
> and start anew (nervous about that)? Or should I just ignore the Outlook
> Mobile eMail folder and keep the newly set up folder, but that doesn't
> really
> have the Outlook options for collecting my RSS feeds, etc. Plus, it would
> always give me a cramp, having that extra folder and I like seeing an
> Outlook
> icon that represents the folder with messages also in my desktop.

> A step-by-step here would really be helpful.

> Again, I really appreciate this venue for sorting through these issues (of
> my own incompetence). Thank you!

> "Meg" wrote:
>
> > Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile
> > Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.
>

>> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> > appears
> > as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common,
> > free
> > provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without
> > problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to
> > the
> > PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully
> > to
> > the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> > appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.
>

>> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business
> > server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my
> > eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I
> > get
> > a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some
> > additional
> > vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> > accurate?
>

>> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
 
T

TWVn

I understand that, along with understanding that I screwed it up the first

go-round. I use Outlook and Windows everything, everywhere. I'm trying (now)

to get back into the Outlook Mobile setup on my mobile phone (with Windows

6.1, etc) and make the appropriate adjustments. How do I get back into the

setup for that eMail account (in Outlook mobile so I can adjust the incoming

and outgoing servers and account name and password, much as I can do on the

desktop Outlook.

Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile eMail account and start over,

which, I've indicated, kinda makes me nervous, I don't know why.

Is what I wonder now. (Help!)

"DL" wrote:


> Afraid how you set up / edit the settings is down to your mobile, or the
> software it uses

> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> news:B08F2C62-F843-4BB6-B7AC-500FED3B4682@microsoft.com...
> >I believe I've sort out that when I set up Outlook on my mobile, I screwed
> >up
> > the settings. Again, the desktop Outlook collects my eMail fine. So I
> > created
> > a new eMail account on the mobile -- this time with the correct
> > settings > > and I am able to receive my business eMail (which also continues,
> > correctly,
> > to appear in my desktop Outlook).
> > So here's a follow-up: Now I know the correct settings. Is there a way
> > into
> > the Outlook Mobile that's already on my phone so I can make an adjustment?
> > If
> > there is, I can't find it. Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile
> > mailbox
> > and start anew (nervous about that)? Or should I just ignore the Outlook
> > Mobile eMail folder and keep the newly set up folder, but that doesn't
> > really
> > have the Outlook options for collecting my RSS feeds, etc. Plus, it would
> > always give me a cramp, having that extra folder and I like seeing an
> > Outlook
> > icon that represents the folder with messages also in my desktop.
> > A step-by-step here would really be helpful.
> > Again, I really appreciate this venue for sorting through these issues (of
> > my own incompetence). Thank you!
> > "Meg" wrote:
> >
> >> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows Mobile
> >> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.
> >
> >> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> >> appears
> >> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common,
> >> free
> >> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007 without
> >> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected to
> >> the
> >> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched beautifully
> >> to
> >> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> >> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.
> >
> >> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big business
> >> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want my
> >> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm missing? I
> >> get
> >> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some
> >> additional
> >> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> >> accurate?
> >
> >> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards


>
 

Brian Tillman

Senior Member
"Meg" <Meg> wrote in message

news:08C67DCB-64C8-439C-ADEE-BE6A12B3C50A@microsoft.com...


> I understand that, along with understanding that I screwed it up the first
> go-round. I use Outlook and Windows everything, everywhere. I'm trying (now)
> to get back into the Outlook Mobile setup on my mobile phone (with Windows
> 6.1, etc) and make the appropriate adjustments. How do I get back into the
> setup for that eMail account (in Outlook mobile so I can adjust the incoming
> and outgoing servers and account name and password, much as I can do on the
> desktop Outlook.

> Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile eMail account and start over,
> which, I've indicated, kinda makes me nervous, I don't know why.


The people who visit microsoft.public.pocketpc might be able to help.

--
 
D

DL

If you are using Windows Mobile 6.1;

Select Messaging, the mail account you originally set up should be shown

there.

Select / highlight that mail account, then Menu>Options......... then tap on

the specific account to change the settings

"Meg" <Meg> wrote in message

news:08C67DCB-64C8-439C-ADEE-BE6A12B3C50A@microsoft.com...
> I understand that, along with understanding that I screwed it up the first
> go-round. I use Outlook and Windows everything, everywhere. I'm trying
> (now)
> to get back into the Outlook Mobile setup on my mobile phone (with Windows
> 6.1, etc) and make the appropriate adjustments. How do I get back into the
> setup for that eMail account (in Outlook mobile so I can adjust the
> incoming
> and outgoing servers and account name and password, much as I can do on
> the
> desktop Outlook.

> Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile eMail account and start over,
> which, I've indicated, kinda makes me nervous, I don't know why.

> Is what I wonder now. (Help!)

> "DL" wrote:
>
> > Afraid how you set up / edit the settings is down to your mobile, or the
> > software it uses
>

>> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> > news:B08F2C62-F843-4BB6-B7AC-500FED3B4682@microsoft.com...
> > >I believe I've sort out that when I set up Outlook on my mobile, I
> > >screwed
> > >up
> > > the settings. Again, the desktop Outlook collects my eMail fine. So I
> > > created
> > > a new eMail account on the mobile -- this time with the correct
> > > settings > > > and I am able to receive my business eMail (which also continues,
> > > correctly,
> > > to appear in my desktop Outlook).
> >> > So here's a follow-up: Now I know the correct settings. Is there a way
> > > into
> > > the Outlook Mobile that's already on my phone so I can make an
> > > adjustment?
> > > If
> > > there is, I can't find it. Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile
> > > mailbox
> > > and start anew (nervous about that)? Or should I just ignore the
> > > Outlook
> > > Mobile eMail folder and keep the newly set up folder, but that doesn't
> > > really
> > > have the Outlook options for collecting my RSS feeds, etc. Plus, it
> > > would
> > > always give me a cramp, having that extra folder and I like seeing an
> > > Outlook
> > > icon that represents the folder with messages also in my desktop.
> >> > A step-by-step here would really be helpful.
> >> > Again, I really appreciate this venue for sorting through these issues
> > > (of
> > > my own incompetence). Thank you!
> >>>> > "Meg" wrote:
> >> >> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows
> > >> Mobile
> > >> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.
> > >
>> >> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> > >> appears
> > >> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common,
> > >> free
> > >> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007
> > >> without
> > >> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected
> > >> to
> > >> the
> > >> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched
> > >> beautifully
> > >> to
> > >> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> > >> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.
> > >
>> >> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big
> > >> business
> > >> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want
> > >> my
> > >> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm
> > >> missing? I
> > >> get
> > >> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some
> > >> additional
> > >> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> > >> accurate?
> > >
>> >> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards

>

>
>>
 
M

Meg

That chain of action only works with the other eMail accounts I set up on the

mobile, it doesn't work for the Outlook eMail account, which ends at a page

regarding how many days past to download, the message format and size limit.

"DL" wrote:


> If you are using Windows Mobile 6.1;
> Select Messaging, the mail account you originally set up should be shown
> there.
> Select / highlight that mail account, then Menu>Options......... then tap on
> the specific account to change the settings

> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> news:08C67DCB-64C8-439C-ADEE-BE6A12B3C50A@microsoft.com...
> >I understand that, along with understanding that I screwed it up the first
> > go-round. I use Outlook and Windows everything, everywhere. I'm trying
> > (now)
> > to get back into the Outlook Mobile setup on my mobile phone (with Windows
> > 6.1, etc) and make the appropriate adjustments. How do I get back into the
> > setup for that eMail account (in Outlook mobile so I can adjust the
> > incoming
> > and outgoing servers and account name and password, much as I can do on
> > the
> > desktop Outlook.
> > Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile eMail account and start over,
> > which, I've indicated, kinda makes me nervous, I don't know why.
> > Is what I wonder now. (Help!)
> > "DL" wrote:
> >
> >> Afraid how you set up / edit the settings is down to your mobile, or the
> >> software it uses
> >
> >> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> >> news:B08F2C62-F843-4BB6-B7AC-500FED3B4682@microsoft.com...
> >> >I believe I've sort out that when I set up Outlook on my mobile, I
> >> >screwed
> >> >up
> >> > the settings. Again, the desktop Outlook collects my eMail fine. So I
> >> > created
> >> > a new eMail account on the mobile -- this time with the correct
> >> > settings > >> > and I am able to receive my business eMail (which also continues,
> >> > correctly,
> >> > to appear in my desktop Outlook).
> >> >> > So here's a follow-up: Now I know the correct settings. Is there a way
> >> > into
> >> > the Outlook Mobile that's already on my phone so I can make an
> >> > adjustment?
> >> > If
> >> > there is, I can't find it. Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile
> >> > mailbox
> >> > and start anew (nervous about that)? Or should I just ignore the
> >> > Outlook
> >> > Mobile eMail folder and keep the newly set up folder, but that doesn't
> >> > really
> >> > have the Outlook options for collecting my RSS feeds, etc. Plus, it
> >> > would
> >> > always give me a cramp, having that extra folder and I like seeing an
> >> > Outlook
> >> > icon that represents the folder with messages also in my desktop.
> >> >> > A step-by-step here would really be helpful.
> >> >> > Again, I really appreciate this venue for sorting through these issues
> >> > (of
> >> > my own incompetence). Thank you!
> >> >> >> >> > "Meg" wrote:
> >> >> >> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows
> >> >> Mobile
> >> >> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.
> >> >
> >> >> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> >> >> appears
> >> >> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the common,
> >> >> free
> >> >> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007
> >> >> without
> >> >> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically connected
> >> >> to
> >> >> the
> >> >> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched
> >> >> beautifully
> >> >> to
> >> >> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos, etc),
> >> >> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.
> >> >
> >> >> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big
> >> >> business
> >> >> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just want
> >> >> my
> >> >> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm
> >> >> missing? I
> >> >> get
> >> >> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some
> >> >> additional
> >> >> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is that
> >> >> accurate?
> >> >
> >> >> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
> >
> >
> >>


>
 
D

DL

Outlook is not an email account, the email account is from whoever supplies

that mail to Outlook

"Meg" <Meg> wrote in message

news:0AE560FD-405B-4432-8745-7FBF153CEECC@microsoft.com...
> That chain of action only works with the other eMail accounts I set up on
> the
> mobile, it doesn't work for the Outlook eMail account, which ends at a
> page
> regarding how many days past to download, the message format and size
> limit.

> "DL" wrote:
>
> > If you are using Windows Mobile 6.1;
> > Select Messaging, the mail account you originally set up should be shown
> > there.
> > Select / highlight that mail account, then Menu>Options......... then tap
> > on
> > the specific account to change the settings
>

>> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> > news:08C67DCB-64C8-439C-ADEE-BE6A12B3C50A@microsoft.com...
> > >I understand that, along with understanding that I screwed it up the
> > >first
> > > go-round. I use Outlook and Windows everything, everywhere. I'm trying
> > > (now)
> > > to get back into the Outlook Mobile setup on my mobile phone (with
> > > Windows
> > > 6.1, etc) and make the appropriate adjustments. How do I get back into
> > > the
> > > setup for that eMail account (in Outlook mobile so I can adjust the
> > > incoming
> > > and outgoing servers and account name and password, much as I can do on
> > > the
> > > desktop Outlook.
> >> > Or should I just delete the Outlook Mobile eMail account and start
> > > over,
> > > which, I've indicated, kinda makes me nervous, I don't know why.
> >> > Is what I wonder now. (Help!)
> >>>> > "DL" wrote:
> >> >> Afraid how you set up / edit the settings is down to your mobile, or
> > >> the
> > >> software it uses
> > >
>> >> "Meg" <Meg> wrote in message
> > >> news:B08F2C62-F843-4BB6-B7AC-500FED3B4682@microsoft.com...
> > >> >I believe I've sort out that when I set up Outlook on my mobile, I
> > >> >screwed
> > >> >up
> > >> > the settings. Again, the desktop Outlook collects my eMail fine. So
> > >> > I
> > >> > created
> > >> > a new eMail account on the mobile -- this time with the correct
> > >> > settings > > >> > and I am able to receive my business eMail (which also continues,
> > >> > correctly,
> > >> > to appear in my desktop Outlook).
> > >>> >> > So here's a follow-up: Now I know the correct settings. Is there a
> > >> > way
> > >> > into
> > >> > the Outlook Mobile that's already on my phone so I can make an
> > >> > adjustment?
> > >> > If
> > >> > there is, I can't find it. Or should I just delete the Outlook
> > >> > Mobile
> > >> > mailbox
> > >> > and start anew (nervous about that)? Or should I just ignore the
> > >> > Outlook
> > >> > Mobile eMail folder and keep the newly set up folder, but that
> > >> > doesn't
> > >> > really
> > >> > have the Outlook options for collecting my RSS feeds, etc. Plus, it
> > >> > would
> > >> > always give me a cramp, having that extra folder and I like seeing
> > >> > an
> > >> > Outlook
> > >> > icon that represents the folder with messages also in my desktop.
> > >>> >> > A step-by-step here would really be helpful.
> > >>> >> > Again, I really appreciate this venue for sorting through these
> > >> > issues
> > >> > (of
> > >> > my own incompetence). Thank you!
> > >>> >>> >>> >> > "Meg" wrote:
> > >>> >> >> Vista 32-bit, Outlook 2007, Windows Mobile Device Center, Windows
> > >> >> Mobile
> > >> >> Office, Windows 6.1 mobile on the cell phone.
> > >> >
>> >> >> From my cell I can text. Generic eMail from a common, free provider
> > >> >> appears
> > >> >> as if by magic. But my business eMail (which is linked to the
> > >> >> common,
> > >> >> free
> > >> >> provider) and which moves promptly from the 'net to Outlook 2007
> > >> >> without
> > >> >> problem, won't appear on the phone without being physically
> > >> >> connected
> > >> >> to
> > >> >> the
> > >> >> PC. Which isn't handy. Everything else with Outlook synched
> > >> >> beautifully
> > >> >> to
> > >> >> the mobile -- my contacts (customized for category, with photos,
> > >> >> etc),
> > >> >> appointments, holidays, birthdays, etc. using the Sync Center.
> > >> >
>> >> >> But the mail won't appear. I'm not a big business with some big
> > >> >> business
> > >> >> server and I don't need to share Outlook info with others. I just
> > >> >> want
> > >> >> my
> > >> >> eMail to arrive and so far, it doesn't. Is there something I'm
> > >> >> missing? I
> > >> >> get
> > >> >> a bad feeling that I'm supposed to pay extra per month for some
> > >> >> additional
> > >> >> vendor's software to push my eMail from one place to another. Is
> > >> >> that
> > >> >> accurate?
> > >> >
>> >> >> Thoughts? Any help is appreciated. -- Regards
> > >
>> >
>> >>

>

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