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AOL email on wireless devices? pop3? Imap?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows Mobile Phones' started by WirelessBeachBum, Jul 9, 2004.

  1. WirelessBeachBum

    WirelessBeachBum Soylent Green is People
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    I've never used aol, it's my understanding they do not have pop3 access, however I have seen in some places that they support imap...does anyone know either a wap compatible site for viewing AOL email or the imap configuration for access? I have a customer with an i600 who would like to use it to access his aol mail...HE does NOT need to use AIM.

    Thanks.
     
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  2. Etorres777

    Etorres777 Life is good for now..
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    I know that you can setup your AOL account if you have AT&T Wireless... doesn't help sorry.. and i don't believe there's a wap service for AOL.. has he tried the AOL by Phone?
     
  3. WirelessBeachBum

    WirelessBeachBum Soylent Green is People
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    Many providers provide wireless access via their customized wireless web interfaces (they have to pay aol for this partnership.) But ths samsung i600 runs windows mobile and can browse regular html pages, as well as wap pages...without a specific wireless web portal.

    There is software for regular window's mobile devices, but I have not found any specific for smartphone.
     
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  4. Bugwart

    Bugwart Bronze Senior Member
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    I thought that I could log on to AOL by going to www.aol.com. Using the i600 browser brOught up a minimal graphics log on page. I entered my screen name and password. However, when I hit the log on button, it brought me to a blank page. The page was secure, but totally white.

    I will try to see if I can set up AOL after I boot up my notebook.

    (Posted using my i600)
     

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