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How Do I Setup EagleMail with Windows Mobile 5?

How Do I Setup EagleMail with Windows Mobile 5?
  1. Sign into EagleMail (http://mail.eagles.nccu.edu) with your Active Directory user name and password.
  2. Click on the Settings link. If you do not see a "Settings" link, you may have to switch to basic HTML view at the bottom of the page.
  3. Click on Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  4. Select Enable IMAP then click on the Save Changes button.
  5. Click on Accounts tab.
  6. Click on the Google Account settings link. You will be redirected to the "Google accounts" page.
  7. Click on the Change password link. You will be redirected to the "Google Apps Password Change" page.
  8. Enter the following information:
    • Active Directory user name. This is the same username and password to log into computers on campus, checking your e-mail, etc.
    • Active Directory password.
    • Google Apps password you want to use with your Google applications.
    • Retype your new Google Apps password.
    • Click the OK button.

      Note: It may take up to 15 minutes for your Google Apps password to take effect.
  9. On Windows Mobile 5: Open the Start menu and select Messaging > New Account
    1. Select Other (POP3/IMAP) for your e-mail provider
    2. Select Next
  10. Enter your name as you want it to appear in sent messages
    1. Enter your Eaglemail address in the E-mail Address field
    2. Uncheck 'Attempt to obtain e-mail settings from the Internet'
    3. Select Next
  11. Enter your EagleMail in the User name field
    1. Enter your Google Apps Password in the Password field
    2. Leave the Domain field blank
    3. Select Next
  12. Select IMAP4 for the Server Type
    1. Enter a descriptive name for account in the Account name field
    2. In the Network field select how you want the device to connect to the Internet to access Gmail IMAP
    3. Select Next
  13. Enter imap.gmail.com in the Incoming Server field, and check Require SSL connection
    1. Enter smtp.gmail.com in the Outgoing Server field, and check Outgoing server requires authentication
    2. Select Outgoing Server Settings
    3. Make sure 'Use different user name for outgoing server' is NOT checked.
    4. Make sure 'Require SSL Connection' IS checked.
    5. Select Done
    6. Select Next
  14. You can change how much mail is downloaded to the phone. Adjust these preferences if desired, then select Next
  15. Select how often you want the device to automatically check for new messages, and select Next
  16. Select Finish

    Congratulations, you have completed the steps in this document!

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