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Martin To

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Been trying to get this work work but right until I get to the end it juts errors and says failed to create the account. Please try again later

I already have exchange mails from work on my phone but I have removed this and make no difference

The settings I used for push hotmail are by adding it as an exchange service and details are:

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Server Address: m.hotmail.com
SSL: Enabled
Username: [email protected]
Password: password
Domain: (Leave it Blank)

But still no luck

Anyone confirm they have manage to add hotmail or know where I have gone wrong?

Cheers

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El Nino9

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Been trying to get this work work but right until I get to the end it juts errors and says failed to create the account. Please try again later

I already have exchange mails from work on my phone but I have removed this and make no difference

The settings I used for push hotmail are by adding it as an exchange service and details are:

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Server Address: m.hotmail.com
SSL: Enabled
Username: [email protected]
Password: password
Domain: (Leave it Blank)

But still no luck

Anyone confirm they have manage to add hotmail or know where I have gone wrong?

Cheers

anything wrong with just using the mail map and typing it in :S?
i just typed my email address and password and it did the rest magicly

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There is a 3rd party hotmail app in the market IIRC. Give it a whirl.

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anything wrong with just using the mail map and typing it in :S?
i just typed my email address and password and it did the rest magicly


Well that is using POP3. The exchange method is better as it is real time push and syncs everything else along with it.

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Same problem here. Works perfectly on AOSP mail client but for some reason the HTC mail client suffers from retardation.

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Same problem here. Works perfectly on AOSP mail client but for some reason the HTC mail client suffers from retardation.



Oh just glad its not something I have done or something wrong with my phone!

Phew!

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Been trying to get this work work but right until I get to the end it juts errors and says failed to create the account. Please try again later

I already have exchange mails from work on my phone but I have removed this and make no difference

The settings I used for push hotmail are by adding it as an exchange service and details are:

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Server Address: m.hotmail.com
SSL: Enabled
Username: [email protected]
Password: password
Domain: (Leave it Blank)

But still no luck

Anyone confirm they have manage to add hotmail or know where I have gone wrong?

Cheers


confirm it is htc mail problem, tested working on roadsync

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This has been the case on all of HTC's Froyo releases. They're aware of the issue but don't seem interested in fixing it. No one, to my knowledge has found a fix for this, other than installing the vanilla email client and using it instead.

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