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How to get hotmail on LGP-990 or Android mobile

Actually LG-P990 provides built in email application where you can specify hotmail account but your account should be of domain only. You cant add other hotmail accounts! For example -,,, etc.

To access mails from your hotmail account you will setup email settings manually. 
Open Email application on your Android phone open Menu and select New. This will show you list of supported accounts, select Other from the list. This will prompt from User name and password. Provide complete email id and password such as  

On Next screen choose “POP3 account”. The next screen will ask for “Incoming Server Settings”. Provide following information on this screen:
Incoming Server:
Port: 995
Security Type: SSL (always)
Delete email from server: Never ( this settings may not present) 

Clicking next will check the settings provided and if are valid then will show you next screen of "Outgoing server settings". Here are the settings for the “Outgoing server settings” screen:
Outgoing server:
Port: 587 (This should work else try 25)
Security Type: TLS (always)

On this screen the “Username” and “Password” fields should already be filled in.
Now you are done with the settings click Next/Finish to complete the settings.


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