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The use of a mobile device to retrieve e-mail is not a recommended application for people who do not have significant expertise in managing their e-mail already. While this application is powerful and convenient, it also can run up connection charges, misdirect your e-mail, and generally make a pain of itself. These instructions are reported to have worked on a PalmOS Internet-ready phone (Treo 650) using the VersaMail application. In VersaMail on your Palm device: 1. Go to Accounts / Accounts Setup and click on "New" 2. Settings: Name: GCFN.ORG Mail Service: Other Protocol: POP click NEXT 3. Setings: Username: [your username] You may assign your password if you desire. click NEXT 4. Settings: E-mail address: [USERNAME]@gcfn.org Incoming Mail server: wdyllc.com Outgoing Mail server: wdyllc.com click NEXT 5. Click Advanced. 6. Incoming Server Settings: Click the "Use Secure Connection (SSL) button, this will change the port to 995 as well. Click NEXT. 7. Outgoing Server Settings: Click the "Use Secure Connection (SSL) button Click the "Use authentication (ESMTP) button. You should not need to change your username and/or password. Click DONE. By default, VersaMail will leave e-mail on the server and will not delete anything there, so your desktop should be okay. However, you are strongly encouraged to review these settings and other preferences to meet your specific needs.