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Master Geek
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Topic # 11865 15-Feb-2007 14:36
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If anyone uses gMail as their main email account and needs to access it on the go their new J2EE mobile client works very well.

I am on Vodafone pre-pay with a Nokia phone and it works extremely well although I did have to make a setting change to allow the application to access outside Vodafones WAP space etc. Don't ask me what I changed as I can't work it out now.
Anyway, being able to access your gMail in a very gMail style application rather than using the horrible WAPsite for gMail when you're laying on some NZ beach can be very useful!

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 60912 15-Feb-2007 15:14
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Just enter in your wap brower and you can download the app and Google Maps as well (very cool but just be aware of the amount of data it uses!)

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  Reply # 60914 15-Feb-2007 15:49
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Gmail app works on 027 Sanyo 7400 very nicely.


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 60989 16-Feb-2007 09:02
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Just watch your WAP data charges at 5 cents/kb, gets espensive.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 61018 16-Feb-2007 14:25
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I dont know about anyone else, but when I've been using the gmail client i'm using up about 15K to check my inbox and to read it a mail is about another 10k. It does add up but I only use it quite infrequently when i want to check an email quickly to grab a number or name or something like that. That adds up to about 30c I think..

Does anyone else have any reports on how much data they use per session on gmail?

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