Configure your Nokia to receive email from your mail server

February 24, 2009 at 7:45 pm Leave a comment

This Fastmetrics article will tell you how to configure your Nokia E Series to receive e-mail from your mail server.

Provides Over The Air synchronization to wireless devices such as Nokia E Series with Nokia “Mail for Exchange” software installed. The lastest version can be d/loaded here.

Enables end users to synchronize Personal Information Manager (PIM) data such as email, contacts, events and tasks, on devices running Microsoft Windows Mobile OS 5.X / 6.X to a server-based information store.

Compatible with NOKIA E50, E60, E61, E62 & E70 mobile devices.

Nokia E Series mobile devices / phones

    On your Nokia E Series Mobile Device, press the MENU key, to access applications screen.
    -Select INSTALLATIONS.
    -Open MAIL LAUNCHERS icon.
    -On the INSTALLATIONS Screen, select MAIL FOR EXCHANGE and install it.
    -Create a synchronization profile that controls what and when you synchronize.

    Under CONNECTIONS settings;
    -Enter Exchange Server details, eg: “mail.fastmetrics.com”.
    -Enter Internet access point your mobile phone will use to connect with the mail server.

    Under CREDENTIALS tab;
    -Set the Credentials that ID the account to the server;
    -Username.
    -Password.
    -Domain.

    Under SYNC CONTENT SETTINGS;
    -Select what to synchronize;
    -Email.
    -Contacts.
    -Calendar or tasks.
    -Plus what to do in case of content conflicts.

    Synchronization occurs according to the profile created.
    MANUAL– Must select option > SYCHRONIZE to get content for the first time.
    ALWAYS ON – First synchronization occurs when profile saved.

For a video demonstration of this process, please visit Communigate here.

Cody James Miller
Fastmetrics - San Francisco

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