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IMAP email stopped working 2 days ago
I haven't changed the settings on the Email app, which accesses my work email, but 2 days ago it stopped receiving email. I can still send email through the Email app, but when it tries to connect to the Inbox it comes back with "Connection Error."
I have reconfirmed the incoming and outgoing account settings - no issues. Regular Gmail still works fine in both directions. My work IMAP server still works fine in both directions via other methods (e.g., the email app on my laptop, which has the same settings as my phone). I've tried rebooting the phone - no luck.
Anybody else have this problem?
- 08-01-2010, 02:27 PM #2
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- 08-03-2010, 11:01 AM #4
- 15 Posts
Mine does the same thing if there is a large picture sent to my email. I access my .me account with my droid and get the connection error when ever a picture is sent to my email. After clearing the picture off using my computer, the connection error goes away.Still working with my DINC2
- 08-23-2010, 12:00 PM #5
- 1 Posts
I have the same problem with IMAP after the 2.2 update, using wifi or not. It doesn't seem to matter what is in my email, picture or no picture, I get the connection error. I've tried with and without SSL just in case that had some issues. Sometimes it appears to get the inbox email, and other times it doesn't. The automatic check/notification of emails doesn't appear to work at all (perhaps for the same reason).
- 10-11-2010, 04:26 PM #6
- 3 Posts
I have this same issue now on my wife's WinMo phone. I know this is an Android forum, but if it wasn't a software issue (or even if it was) there might be some instructive information in the answer.
Has anyone come up with anything on this issue? Maybe a tweak in the configuration that makes things better?
I've tried deleting and recreating and unlocking on Google website to no avail.