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Topic # 12948 15-Apr-2007 11:33
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Hi all,

I know there has been some discussion of how to get gmail working through pop access on V3X's already, but has anyone successfully managed to get the downloaded gmail app working on their V3x phone? Mine just keeps coming up with:

"Sorry, the Gmail mobile app will not work on your phone. Your phone doesn't have the appropriate certificate to communicate with Gmail..." Yell

The gmail app looks great and seems like it would be easy to use.
Pop access is available on the V3x but is absolutely horrid to use. You have to go through, what seems like, several hundred steps to read the text in one email! I have been using flurry ( which works great, but sometimes has a hell of a delay before messages appear as new!

Cheers in advance, Laughing


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 68046 22-Apr-2007 01:23
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I have been trying to get this to work since christmas - with no luck.  I am now using opera mini and the wap access.  It works well.  In fact I've moved from this and now go to my personalised google homepage which includes my gmail and other feeds (bbc, slashdot, fark etc).

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  Reply # 68049 22-Apr-2007 08:17
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Didn't work on my V3x either, fortunately I now have an N95. . .

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