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Topic # 8498 4-Jul-2006 15:53
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Hi team,

I have a Treo 650 which I want to get my email pushed out to from my domain server (NZ).  Is there any facility available to do this.

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Bernard


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  Reply # 40462 4-Jul-2006 17:34
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Hi Maurice,

It is a linux server

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Reply # 40463 4-Jul-2006 17:36
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And what kind of access (POP3, IMAP)? Do you want something to run on the server, or something that can run on a client to send out the message to your device?







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  Reply # 40477 5-Jul-2006 10:05
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Hi Mauricio,

Sorry I meant to be more specific about the linux box, it is running open source CourierPop3 mail and can run IMAP if required.

I understand if it has IMAP I can have it push email from the server? This is my preference.

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  Reply # 40514 5-Jul-2006 16:09
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If you set it to run Imap, then you can run Chatteremail on your Treo 650 - www.chatteremail.com, and that will allow you to run a single user push email solution.

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