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Setting up your LoveWorld 360 Email on Samsung Galaxy Tab

The following guide will show you how to set up the built-in email application on the Samsung Galaxy Tab to access your LoveWorld 360 Email account Tap the Home icon Tap the Grid icon so you can view all installed applications Tap the Email icon Enter your Email Address in full i.e myemail@loveworld360.com and Password for the account you…

Configuring Your LoveWorld 360 Email Account on your iPad

Click on ‘Settings‘, then ‘Mail, Contacts and Calendars‘ Tap on the ‘Add Account‘ button. Select ‘Other‘ Enter your email information: Name: [Your Name] Address: [Your email address in full] Password: [Your Password] Description: [Optional] Clicking ‘Save‘ would try to look up the account and then open a new dialog box Select IMAPUnder the ‘Incoming Mail…

Configuring Your LoveWorld 360 Email Account on MS Outlook

Method 1: Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Start Outlook. On the File menu, click Info and click Account Settings. Select Account Settings from the list. On the E-mail tab, click New and Select Email Account, and then click Next Click to select the Manually configure server settings or additional server types check box, and then click Next. Click Internet E-Mail, and then click Next. In the Server…

Using the LoveWorld 360 address book

Adding New Contacts To add a new contact, click the “New Contact” button and type the contact’s information in the appropriate fields. You can add optional information using the “More Information” menu, and choose whether to share the contact with other LoveWorld 360 users with the “Shared Permissions” menu. Click the “Save Contact” button to…

LoveWorld360 on the iPad

As portable devices continue to evolve, we’re excited about the upcoming wave of tablet computers and the possibilities they bring. That’s why we are making the LoveWorld360 experience available for advanced mobile browsers with optimized interface for touch screens, just like you! With the release of the Apple iPad, we’re launching an experimental two-pane user…