iPad non-sending issue
Some universities/companies/ISPs have strict SMTP settings that basically you cannot send email from certain types of devices unless you are on their network or VPN. This is to prevent mass mailers and spam incidents.
AT&T has a SMTP server to resolve this issue for their iPad/iPhone/iPod devices.
On your iPad, go to Settings -> Mail Contacts Calendars ->
your email account -> SMTP Server/Settings ->
change the SMTP
server to the AT&T SMTP Server -> Save
the changes and then exit from the window.
Double tap your Home
key to bring up the multitask menu, press and hold the Settings
icon until the icons in the multitask menu shake. Then click the red
symbol to "close" the Settings
app and the Mail
app (if open).
Now press the Home
key to stop the shaking
and then the Home
key again to return to your springboard desktop.
Open the Mail
app and see if you can send an email from the account in question.iPhone 3G Not Syncing
You may have a corruption in your driver set and it may require a DFU restore to correct this.How to Perform a DFU restore (which is significantly different from a standard restore):
First, remove your SIM card. Then, with your iPhone is plugged in to your PC, hold the Home
until your iPhone powers down, continue holding Home
for a full 4 seconds.
If you are having trouble with this, please refer to the video below for assistance.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofpinyGlQ8I
Release the Power
while still holding the Home
key until iTunes tells you the iPhone is in recovery (your iPhone screen will be black, but it is on) and then doing the restore to latest firmware.
After the restore, when prompted, do not
select Restore from Backup
. Select Setup Up A New iPhone
After the restore, you will need to resync all your apps/music to your iPhone.
Feel free to ask any questions, as I am here to assist you.