1. shaved ice's Avatar
    Hello all. I used the search function to no avail before starting this thread. Does anyone know the set up procedure for AKO Webmail on a Thunderbolt. I am coming from a Droid (Original) and it is different. Thanks in advance.
    05-21-2011 01:17 PM
  2. shaved ice's Avatar
    My Droid was set up with no problems. I found the tutorial online.
    05-21-2011 01:56 PM
  3. bjboucher's Avatar
    There might a different step or two but doesn't this work?

    http://forum.androidcentral.com/htc-...ako-email.html
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    05-21-2011 01:59 PM
  4. shaved ice's Avatar
    Thanks for the link. I got it set up. I also found this on a different forum to help with the numbers:

    select manual set up and IMAP

    to recieve:

    username: first.last
    password: your ako password
    imap server: imap.us.army.mil
    security: SSL (always)
    authenication: plain
    port: 993

    hit next it should take you to the send portion

    the out going setting as follows:

    smpt server: mailrouter.us.army.mil
    security: SSL (always)
    port: 465
    authentication: plan
    username first name. last name @us.army.mil don't include this portion
    password: your AKO password
    05-21-2011 02:15 PM
  5. FrankXS's Avatar
    Thanks for the link. I got it set up. I also found this on a different forum to help with the numbers:

    select manual set up and IMAP

    to recieve:

    username: first.last
    password: your ako password
    imap server: imap.us.army.mil
    security: SSL (always)
    authenication: plain
    port: 993

    hit next it should take you to the send portion

    the out going setting as follows:

    smpt server: mailrouter.us.army.mil
    security: SSL (always)
    port: 465
    authentication: plan
    username first name. last name @us.army.mil don't include this portion
    password: your AKO password
    Glad you got it working!

    Your case is a prime example of why you so often see an answer to mail setup that goes something like "Check with your email provider for configuration info". Some people think that is abrupt or off-putting, but really, there is no other choice. It's your mail server admins that establish this configuration. No one else can be sure. They'd just be guessing.

    -Frank
    05-21-2011 02:20 PM
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