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  Reply # 149604 20-Jul-2008 11:26
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ahmad: Finally, I can't seem to enter a reply on Geekzone using my iPhone? The page rendering means I can't select the reply box and enter a reply?

It is a known fact.

Either disable Rich Text editor in your profile, or stop the page loading when the input text box appears.




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  Reply # 150637 23-Jul-2008 13:44
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Ok I got my Yahoo! and Gmail working.

However I have set the "auto check email" to 15 min, and while I *think* Gmail is doing this, Yahoo! is definitely NOT doing this.

Every time I enter the Yahoo! inbox, the last check would be hours prior (ie. the last time I manually checked). Then when I enter the inbox, it THEN refreshes the mailbox.

Why might I be having this problem? Gmail seems to have refreshed sometime in the last 15 minutes when I load it.

I have looked at Mail settings for the "check email every...." and it seems to be a global setting rather than an inbox specific setting. In any case I can't find this option as it relates specifically to my Yahoo account.

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