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    Cool Check Hotmail On Iphone Settings inside (pics included)
    hey guys now u can check mails of hotmail and many more on iphone

    PLEASE FOLLOW THE STEPS HOW

    1. go to this website and register yourself

    http://v3.izymail.com/register.aspx

    enter email address-----(currently support Hotmail, MSN, Windows Live, Yahoo, AOL, FastMail, Gmail and custom domains at Windows Live / Office Live)

    enter your accoount password (dont make new password)

    2. After successfully creating account

    go to

    settings>mail>add new mail account

    or click on OTHER if u r setting up your account for the first time



    For fast and easy email download, tap on POP.

    IMAP is possible, but tends to be slow and more complex to handle.

    Enter your full name and your email address.
    The account description will be filled automatically.

    Enter the incoming server name in.izymail.com
    Your email address is also your user name.

    Enter the outgoing server name out.izymail.com
    Your email address is also your user name.



    Attention: Major Internet providers (Comcast, MSN, AOL, and many others ) block outgoing mail on its regular port 25.

    If port 25 is unavailable, the [Save] operation (below) will take a very long time. Set the outgoing server name to: out.izymail.com:587


    Tap [Save] and wait
    This can take a loooong time!!

    The iPhone will try various methods to connect to the incoming mail server which can take a considerable amount of time .

    until the dialog appears. Tap [Yes] and wait

    The iPhone will repeat the process for outgoing mail which can take even loooonger .

    until the dialog appears again. Tap [Yes] and wait



    Finally, the iPhone will start downloading messages. This step, at least, does not require confirmation



    ADVANCED SETTINGS


    Return to Settings to control various aspects of mail retrieval, specifically the iPhone's behaviour when messages are deleted:



    Thanks!!!! Njoy

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    Unfortunately I have already signed up with Izymail...
    This worked for me in Holland, no 3rd party app/proxy:

    http://modmyi.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14171

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    is this method safe and secure?

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    after 30 emails you have to pay for it. usless..
    getmail is free

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    not bad at all
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