PRECONDITIONS AND CONFIGURATION
The following settings must be configured for the example application:
Internet access point with TCP/IP (note that WAP settings are not
sufficient). The Internet access point is usually received from the operator.
It might even be a built-in feature of the device (such as in the Nokia 6600
in some countries), or it can be set manually in the device’s control panel
from Tools->Settings->Connections->Access points. If necessary, refer to the
user’s guide of the device.
IMAP/POP settings in the built-in messaging application:
NOTE 1: This example application always uses the first IMAP and/or POP
service entry that has been set. This means that you can have more than one
service entry of each type but only the first one of the given type is used.
NOTE 2: The minimum e-mail service settings you need are username,
password, and the URL of the receiving server. The protocol type must be
either IMAP or POP. All other fields can contain the default value or any
strings. However, the configuration must correspond with the used e-mail
server and the features it supports. If you want to send e-mail using the
generic view, remember also to set the sending server, which should be the