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Windows Phone 8 : Configuring Mailbox Settings (part 4) - Lightening the Display,Changing the Mailbox Sync Settings

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Lightening the Display

If you prefer to use a white background and black text for all messaging-related functions, you can do so by opening your mailbox and completing these steps:

1. Tap the Menu icon.

2. Tap Settings.

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3. Scroll to the bottom of the Settings screen and select the Use Light Background for Email check box.

4. Tap the Done icon.

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Changing the Mailbox Sync Settings

Some types of mailboxes download new messages automatically, as they arrive. Other types of mailboxes download mail according to a set schedule. Using the mailbox settings screen, you can customize the download schedule and the retention period for messages stored on your phone. You can access the Mailbox Sync Settings screen by opening your mailbox and completing these steps:

1. Tap the Menu icon.

2. Tap Settings.

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3. Tap Sync Settings.

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4. Tap Account Name to give the mail account a different name.

5. Tap Download New Content to change the frequency with which new messages are downloaded.

6. Tap Download Email From to control how much email history is stored on your phone.

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7. Scroll down and tap Content to Sync to choose what you want to sync. Some types of mailboxes allow you to sync only email, but other types of mailboxes permit you to sync calendars and contacts.

8. Tap Username to alter the username that you use to log into the mailbox.

9. Tap Password to change your mailbox password. If you ever change your password, you will need to enter the new password here so that your phone can continue to receive mail.

10. Tap Server to alter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or IP address of your mail server. For a properly configured email account, you won’t likely ever need to change this setting.

11. Tap Done to save any changes you made here.

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