@us.army.mil, anyone push it?

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  1. berger1980

    berger1980 New Member

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    @us.army.mil, anyone push it?

    Ok, so I use Seven, and used to have my us.army.mil mail pushed, it worked fine, until my password expired, and I reset it. I deleted the account when it expired, and set it all back up when I used my smartcard to re-register my password (those of you who are military, know what I am talking about.) So now I setup my account, and it gives me a generic error, and no one can explain it. Have any of you who use a .mil account, successfully setup your account, and been able to connect?
  2. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    I never used seven. get in touch with the AKO helpdesk and ask them to convert you to the AT Beta program. with that you can connect directly through M$ exchange.
    It's a good way to go because seven and all the other assorted "push" programs aren't authorized according to AR 25-1
  3. berger1980

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    Fixed!!!

    Ok, just for future reference, if anyone is trying this, here are the correct settings to push to your mobile device:

    Mail: POP
    Incoming mail server: pop.us.army.mil
    Outgoing Mail server: mailrouter.us.army.mil
    incoming server setting
    Port Number 995: check on SSL only
    Outgoing Server Setting: Port Number 465, check on SSL and ESMTP

    Done!
  4. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    thanks berger! Although, I'm sticking with the AT Beta Mail
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    Me too...AT Beta is great. Especially the remote device wipe option that it gives.
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    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    took me a while to get in, but it's been worth it.
  7. berger1980

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    So you both soldiers too??
  8. PacoJr67

    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    yup. 28th ID(M)
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    steindog99 New Member

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    me as well...32 BCT
  10. westonea

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    I just dont know why anybody would want to link their AKO mail to their phone. Unless you are not forwarding your AKO to your Unit mail, and using your ako address for everything.
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    PacoJr67 Active Member

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    some of us in the reserve component (NG myself) don't have unit mail. so I do use AKO for everything
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    Ahh.... I use my AKO address, but it gets forwarded to my INSCOM mail, just makes it easier I guess.
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    Yeah, I for one do not have it forwarded to another provider. I don't have a problem with it, but, I'm not in an office all the time, and sometimes I have to email back while in the field, be it my career job, or my unit.

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