Accessing Prodigy e-mail.
SUBJECT:
Accessing Prodigy e-mail.
SYMPTOM:
E-mail.
FIX:

Currently, there are 5 ways to access Prodigy e-mail:

FROM WAP ENABLED DEVICES:

Though some devices technically support both WML and xHTML browser formats our rigorous testing indicates which browser format provides the desired rendering or navigation of our mMode content. Regardless of the format of the page returned the content and accessibility path is identical. Which browser format will be returned on each mMode capable device.

The below images were taken from an xHTML enabled device.

Prerequisite: Configure a POP or IMAP mailbox.

  1. Select Mail & Messaging.

  2. Previously configured mailboxes will be displayed.
  3. Select Prodigy.

  4. A Prodigy username and password may be required to login.

FROM OFFICE ONLINE:

  1. Users might have to provide the POP server address if Office Online cannot detect it.
  2. Prodigy e-mail accounts can be configured and accessed from Office Online.

FROM THE mMode PERSONAL WEBSITE:

  1. Users might have to provide the POP server address if the mMode personal website cannot detect it.
  2. Prodigy e-mail accounts can be configured and accessed from the My mMode website.

FROM THE RIM BLACKBERRY WEB CLIENT:

  1. Prodigy e-mail accounts can be configured and accessed from the RIM BlackBerry Internet Service.
  2. Messages sent to the Prodigy e-mail account will be received on the RIM device.

FROM A WAP ENABLED RIM BLACKBERRY DEVICE:

  1. This solution is recommended when users don't have access to a computer with Internet access.
  2. POP accounts can be configured in the Web Client while in remote locations.
  3. Prodigy e-mail accounts can be configured and accessed from a WAP enabled RIM BlackBerry device.

NOTE:
AWS supports the network connection, any issues with Prodigy e-mail, are to be addressed with Prodigy.


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Some differences may exist for devices not purchased from AT&T.


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