How can I receive e-mail messages from incoming e-mail server?
Your handset can be used to notify you of new e-mail messages on your
POP3/POP3S server and to display the incoming e-mail list and all or
parts of the message text.
- Your base is connected to the Internet.
- You have set up an e-mail account with an ISP.
- The incoming e-mail server uses the POP3/POP3S protocol
- You have stored the name of the incoming e-mail server and your personal access data (account name, password) in the phone via the Web configurator.
To enable the e-mail notification, open the menu Settings - E-Mail in the Web-Interface and save the access data for your mailbox on the phone:
Enter your username or e-mail account name as agreed with the Internet provider (maximum 74 characters).
Enter the password agreed with your provider for accessing the POP3/POP3S server (maximum 32 characters; case-sensitive).
Enter the name of the POP3/POP3S server (maximum 74 characters).
POP3 Server port:
Enter the communication port used on the POP3/POP3S server (number between 1 and 55,000).
The default setting is port 110. Enabling the Secure Connection (SSL) function automatically changes the port number to 995.
Check for new e-mail:
Select the time interval from the list at which your phone should check if new messages have arrived via your POP3/POP3S server.
Select Never to disable the check.
Select one of the other values to enable the check for new e-mail messages.
Secure Connection (SSL):
Indicate whether the phone should be authenticated with the POP3S server via a secure connection (POP3S via SSL/TLS).
- Select Yes to enable the encryption. A prerequisite for successfully establishing a connection to the POP3S server is that a server and a client certificate have been saved on the base station. Enabling this function overwrites the existing port number in POP3 Server port with 995.
- Clicking on No transfers the access data without encryption.