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Specifying Incoming and Outgoing Servers
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Sometimes, the iPad will not be able to automatically set up your e-mail account. In these cases, you will need to manually enter a few more settings for your e-mail account. TIP: You may be able to find the settings for your e-mail provider by doing a web search for your e-mail provider s name and e-mail settings. For example, if you use hotmail.com, then you might search for POP or IMAP e-mail settings for hotmail.com. If you cannot find these settings, then contact your e-mail provider for assistance.
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If the iPad is unable to log in to your server given just your e-mail address and password, then you see a screen similar to this one. Under Incoming Mail Server, type the appropriate information into the Host Name, User Name, and Password fields. Usually, your incoming mail server is something like mail.nameofyourisp.com. Type in Outgoing Mail Server information, which usually looks like either smtp.nameofyourisp.com or mail.nameofyourisp.com. You can try to leave the Name and Password fields blank if that doesn t work, you can always go back and change them.
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You may be asked if you want to use SSL (secure socket layer) a type of outgoing mail security that may be required by your e-mail provider. If you don t know whether you need it or not, just check the mail settings with your e-mail provider.
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CAUTION: The authors recommend that you use SSL security whenever possible. If you do not use SSL, then your login credentials, messages, and any private information is sent in plain text (unencrypted), leaving it open to snoopers.
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Verifying that Your Account Is Set Up
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Once all the information is put in, the iPad will attempt to configure your e-mail account. You may get an error message in which case you need to review the information you input.
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If you are taken to the screen that shows all your email accounts, look for the new account name. If you see it, your account was set up correctly.
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Fixing the Cannot Get Mail Error
If you try to enter the Mail icon, you receive an error that says Cannot Get Mail No password provided for (your account). If this happens, then review this chapter s Enter Passwords for E-mail Accounts Synced from iTunes section.
Navigating Around Your Mail
Now that you have set up your e-mail accounts on your iPad, you are ready to learn how to navigate through your e-mail.
The Two Views of E-mail
You will enjoy two views of your e-mail on the iPad: Portrait (vertical) and Landscape (horizontal). The Portrait view gives you a full screen view of each e-mail message and allows you to focus on the message. The Landscape view shows you your Inbox on the left side and your e-mail on the right side (see Figure 12 2).
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Figure 12 2. Two views of e-mail on your iPad
TIP: If you are setting your iPad down on the desk or holding it in your lap, then you may want to use the Lock switch to lock your view in either vertical or horizontal mode, so it does not keep flipping around. The Lock switch is located just above the volume keys on the upper portion of the right edge of your iPad. See the "Screen Rotation Lock" section of 1 for help.
Moving Between Your Mail Folders and Accounts
If you have more than one e-mail account on your iPad, you will want to know how to switch between the various accounts. To move between your accounts, follow these steps (see Figure 12 3). 1. If you are in Portrait mode, tap the Inbox button in the top left of the screen. If you are in Landscape mode, then you can skip to Step 2 below. Tap your E-mail address button next to the word Inbox at the top. Tap the Accounts button in the same place. Now you will see all your e-mail accounts; tap any E-mail account box to view it.
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