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how_to:using_a_mobile_phone_with_vpop3 [2011/11/04 09:17]
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 The recommended way is to have the phone connect directly to VPOP3 for sending/​receiving email. To do this, you need to do three things: The recommended way is to have the phone connect directly to VPOP3 for sending/​receiving email. To do this, you need to do three things:
  
-  * Configure your router/​firewall to allow incoming connections to VPOP3 on TCP ports 25 and either 110 (VPOP3 ​Standard) or 143 (VPOP3 Enterprise)+  * Configure your router/​firewall to allow incoming connections to VPOP3 on TCP ports 25 and either 110 (VPOP3 ​Basic) or 143 (VPOP3 Enterprise)
   * [[allow_remote_access_to_vpop3_mailboxes#​vpop3_configuration|Configure VPOP3 to allow access from the Internet]]   * [[allow_remote_access_to_vpop3_mailboxes#​vpop3_configuration|Configure VPOP3 to allow access from the Internet]]
   * Configure the mobile phone'​s email client software to connect to VPOP3 (on either your office'​s static IP address, or using a Dynamic DNS address linked to your office'​s dynamic IP address)   * Configure the mobile phone'​s email client software to connect to VPOP3 (on either your office'​s static IP address, or using a Dynamic DNS address linked to your office'​s dynamic IP address)
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 =====Specific Instructions===== =====Specific Instructions=====
   * [[iPhone]]   * [[iPhone]]
 +  * [[Android - stock client]]
   * [[Android - MailDroid]]   * [[Android - MailDroid]]
   * [[Android - K9 Mail]]   * [[Android - K9 Mail]]
   * [[Blackberry]]   * [[Blackberry]]
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