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Topic # 53063 8-Dec-2009 13:10
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The default pop email app for Android (1.6) is crap.  Anyone know of other good email apps out there (paid/ free)?

Gmail app works fine...




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  Reply # 280378 8-Dec-2009 13:22
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Why not just get Gmail to pull your pop accounts, much easier and means you only need one point of interaction.

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Reply # 280385 8-Dec-2009 13:54
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hmmmm, Cyril, you could be onto something there!  The only negative side of this is that I only want to use the email client on my mobile when I need it.  The gmail app sends me a notification for every email I receive (which isn't many to my gmail account)... my main email account is yahoo. 

I suppose I could maintain the app settings to not notify me of incomings emails into my gmail account... hmmm.

Thanks -  now time to play with some settings.




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  Reply # 280430 8-Dec-2009 16:01
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I have all my email on Gmail, business and private, as such the andriod was a god send, it works so seemlessly.

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  Reply # 281813 12-Dec-2009 18:04
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Steveonz: I had a quick Google and found, downloaded and installed "Seven" for android. Looks like it might be what you want. Here is a link and a couple of screenshots I took off my phone for you. 

The example below is for Hotmail, but it also explicitly supports Yahoo.  (I've been more or less and exclusive Gmail user for the past 3 years. "Gears" lets you do Gmail offline). 

The link to "Seven": 

Link to "Seven" email client for HTC Magic


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Steveonz: Did you have a look at "Seven"?




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  Reply # 285092 25-Dec-2009 01:59
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stevonz: The default pop email app for Android (1.6) is crap.  Anyone know of other good email apps out there (paid/ free)?

Gmail app works fine...



 

i use k9-mail, its free/OPEN SOURCE... very light, fast and definitely MUCH MUCH MUCH better than the stock email client. you can download it from the market







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  Reply # 287142 5-Jan-2010 12:04
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Hi, been offline due to Christmas break... I'll take a look at seven now. Thanks!




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  Reply # 288073 8-Jan-2010 11:18
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K9 +1






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  Reply # 288077 8-Jan-2010 11:23
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I've been using K9 for the past few days. Definitly better than the default email app on Android. Will review the seven email client inthe next couple days.




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