when you setup the account in the case like my cox, pop3 account, when you enter the pop/smtp server addresses, that's where you can select authenticate & ssl/secure for each of the server addresses.
Bearone21. Thanks for reply. I must be dense.
On pop server setup, I have four choices:
1. Use Secure connection (box to be checked or unchecked)
2. "Use secure Password (TLS); choices are "Never, Auto and Always"
3. "Authentication"; choices are "Authenticated POP and Password"
4. Verify Certificate (box to be checked or unchecked
On smtp server setup, I have the same four entries, but the "Authentication" item gives me a choice of "None, Auto, and MD5"
No mention of SSL.
I do appreciate your further help, bearone.
my login for both servers is xxx BUT NOT @cox.net & not sure if your requires @whomever.xxx
Both send and receive work. Last question, I have both cox (vegas) and roadrunner (wisconsin) emails on the phone. is it true that I can't send from either one if I'm outside of the respective network (e.g., can't send from my cox e-mail when I'm in wisconsin or from rr in Wisconsin)? I thought sure that wasn't the case on the phone this one is replacing, but Roadrunner support said it is true.