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Standard User astanden
(regular) Tue 15-Sep-15 11:53:28
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EE fibre and 3rd party email


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Hi folks 😀

Can I use GMX IMAP email with EE fibre broadband?

Also can I use an Apple Tme capsule instead if the supplied router?

Many Thanks

Adam

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Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 15-Sep-15 15:02:54
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You can use any email as long as it doesn't use Port 25 SMTP.

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Standard User astanden
(regular) Tue 15-Sep-15 17:46:53
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Thanks smile

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Standard User E7er
(knowledge is power) Sat 26-Sep-15 11:41:28
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Re: EE fibre and 3rd party email


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In reply to a post by astanden:
Also can I use an Apple Tme capsule instead if the supplied router?

Many Thanks

Adam
Yes you can use your Apple Time Capsule router, it won’t replace the EE fibre router which has the inbuilt VDSL modem required, you just connect your Apple Time Capsule to the supplied EE Bright Box 2 router. wink

Setup Instructions, your Apple Time Capsule will be this BT Home Hub 5 router. smile

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Edited by E7er (Sat 26-Sep-15 12:28:00)

Standard User mlmclaren
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 26-Sep-15 13:01:18
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Re: EE fibre and 3rd party email


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In reply to a post by astanden:
Hi folks 😀

Also can I use an Apple Tme capsule instead if the supplied router?

Many Thanks

Adam


If you are currently using it with BT Infinity and White Openreach Modem then yes, you will just need to enter PPPoE username and password which you should be able to get from EE!

Hope this helps.

PS. this may be of help... http://ee.co.uk/help/mobile-and-home-connections/bro...

Edited by mlmclaren (Sat 26-Sep-15 13:02:14)

Standard User astanden
(regular) Sat 26-Sep-15 13:38:32
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Thanks. That what what I was hoping to do.

Adam

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