To set up you account:
Delete previously created accont yahoo. If it is not available wait
before synch process is finished and "Attention required" is shown.
Then you can delete this.
In the params of you phone go to "mail accounts" and "add
Enter your Yahoo mail and password -> "Next"
Set up settings as follows •Incoming ...
To use a Multi line signature just press Enter key and type the next line.
Windows mobile does support Multi line signatures. You can see that from the screenshot below.
However the HTML support on Signature text is not working currently.
It depends entirely on how you have set up POP3. If you have selected "leave a copy on the server" then yes most likely you can recover it - by going straight to the server. There is also an option to by going in to
mail>menu>folders>[show more]>deleted items
But that option I think you may have to set up. I would always recommend you use IMAP for ...
Windows phone 8.1 does not support this feature. Hence if you are using WP8.1 there is no way to attach a document in a reply. Only photos are supported.
The only way to send a document via mail is to share it from Files app or from Office. But as you said it will create a new thread.
With Windows10-Mobile it is now possible to attach a document in a reply....
It is not possible to delete the Microsoft account that was used to set up your phone. You will need to reset your phone and set it up again with another account. Which will lose all your apps, music, etc. Hopefully this problem will be fixed in Windows 10 for phones.
Update : To reflect the UI changes after November update.
Tap three dots at the bottom.
Click on Settings -> Signature.
Turn off Use an Email signature option.
If you want to disable Email signature for all accounts click on the Apply to all accounts checkbox.
Tap the three dots at the bottom, then go to Settings > Options and turn off "Use ...
From my answer here, https://windowsphone.stackexchange.com/a/12512/19301
Enable 2 step verification in yahoo account.
Generate app specific password and in the list of apps select "Other" and clicked on generate.
Enter the 12 digit code in place of password.
Now it will login successfully.
If your email provider offers POP3/SMTP or IMAP/SMTP server endpoints, then you can use them. One of Windows Phone's strengths is the ability for the enterprise to enforce policies. This is the same type of policy that the admin would enforce for laptops and other business assets.
I would ask your IT department what they offer in terms of access.
Can you change the settings yourself. If so, you can follow this guide: How to Set Up and Manage Email Sync on Windows Phone 8. In the settings you cannot only set the interval at which the account should be synced (every 30 or 60 minutes for example) but also from which moment on the mail should be retrieved. For example: from the past 3 or 7 days, last ...
To pin an individual inbox to the Start Screen you open Outlook mail, click the Hamburger Menu, tap an account which takes you to all accounts, and then tap and hold a specific account to show the option to pin it.
I'm sorry, but I'm pretty sure that's not possible with the Windows Phone 8.1 email client. I just checked. Depending on your email provider, you may be able to go to their website on your phone and add it there. I was able to do this on my WP8.1 in Outlook.com, but I had to use the desktop version of the site.
Short version: Outlook Mail -> Settings -> Reading -> External content -> "Automatically download..." option.
Enter Outlook Mail (opening any account's inbox or other pinned folder from Start screen or app list will work).
Tap the three dots in the bottom right, and select "Settings" from the menu.
Tap "Reading", and then find the "External content" section....
Technically, you should be able to just "Save as ringtone" when you tap and hold the attachment:
Add ringtones to my phone
To add a ringtone from a text message
1. Tap and hold the ringtone file, and then tap Save as ringtone.
2. Rename the ringtone, if you want to, then tap OK.
If your phone doesn't give you that option, then it's possible (...
It has mostly to do with how Mobile Networks work. Each connection results in the cellular radio being on for 10-15 seconds after the transaction. If you get over 12 e-mails an hour - polling every 5 minutes is more efficient than push. However, if you only get 1-2 e-mails an hour, push is more efficient. I blogged on this (with some math to corroborate). ...
I guess the easiest solution would be to have two separate contacts, one with you wifes maiden name and her e-mail address and one with her "nickname" and her phone number. You could try linking those contacts but I'm not sure how for example an incomming call would be announced - something to try out.
If you're worried about loosing your phone, there are ...
Curiously this doesn't seem to be a "feature" yet. There is a proposal on the Windows Phone Uservoice Site you should check out (and vote for). The only way at the moment to get rid of those suggestions is doing a hard reset.
Other things I've tried that don't work:
Clearing temporary files
Doing a soft reset of the phone
Google has no love for Windows Phone, and has decided to show this by turning off Exchange ActiveSync support for new devices (last I checked, it still worked for devices that had been set up before the cutoff, though... even though that was around two years ago). Because of this, MS changed the way that they connect to Gmail accounts for WP8.1. The new ...
Zip the photos into one .7z archive using 8-zip and send the archive as attachment....wp might not resize in this case...
You may also try renaming it to .xyz ,so that wp may not try to compress it like it does for photos
There is a bug in Windows Phone 8 and Gmail. A suggested solution is to use POP:
On Windows Phone 8 when you set up a Google Mail account you are
offered two options: ‘Email only’ or ‘Email, contacts and calendar’.
That latter option is the push-IMAP2 version while ‘Email only’ is POP
and will give you just 15-minute sync periods.
There are also ...
So I have struggled with this a few times; in the hope this helps someone else follow these steps.
A couple of notes:
These instructions include details for GMX mail, but it should help if you are having issues with receiving email on your Windows Phone
Set up like this I have avoided most error messages including "there is a problem with the ...
My GMX account works with imap.gmx.com:993:1 as the incoming server. My user name is my email address (the primary one if you've set up aliases).
Under "advanced settings" I've got "Require SSL for incoming email" checked.
It's best to speak to your local firendly IT dept - they should have a policy as to when they would do something like wipe your phone. For example, where I work, a device would only be wiped if reported stolen to the IT dept (to protect intelectual property, etc.). It is my understaning that removing the Exchange account removes their ability to do this, too....
Pull uses less battery power as it checks for new email messages at a (specified) regular interval.
Using "push" email however allows message to arrive on you device virtually instantly. In order for this to work, your phone needs to keep some form of constantly network connection online
The email app automatically tries to detect hyperlinks. Android and iPhones do this as well. There are instances where each of these incorrectly try to place a link where none belongs. I believe this is the case here.
The problem is the email client app sees the "inbox" folder and "All Mail" as 2 different folders.
So you have turn off the syncing the "All Mail".
Slide the menu on the bottom. Look for "folders" and select "show all Folders". Select "All Mail".
Now if you slide the menu on the bottom, you will see an option "don't sync this folder". Hit that, and that ...
This is indeed possible. I added my own CalDAV and CardDAV servers this way:
Add a new Google account and enter some random account data. The login should fail.
Reboot your phone (this is important!)
Select the just added Google account and change the default IMAP, CalDAV and CardDAV settings to your own ones (those from Yahoo).
Save, activate and sync.