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Topic # 81457 13-Apr-2011 09:26
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I am looking for a decent mail client for an Android phone. I like the K9 app as it has good features like
bulk actions. However it will not allow you to expand/shrink the email with the usual touch screen pinch
actions. Would like some idea of what other Android users are using for email.




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  Reply # 459343 16-Apr-2011 12:30
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Use the HD Rom's :) the default HD mail app "Mail By HTC" is way better.




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  Reply # 459356 16-Apr-2011 13:27
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I am happy with the built in Gmail app & Email app for hotmail etc




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  Reply # 459357 16-Apr-2011 13:31
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They are good I think its more for exchange




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  Reply # 459412 16-Apr-2011 14:54
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There's a new mail app but it's $10 USD. It runs multiple exchange addresses... https://market.android.com/details?id=com.qs.enhancedemail


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  Reply # 459438 16-Apr-2011 16:24
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I'm using Improved Email on my Galaxy S.

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.mwebster.iemail

Probably no better than the K9 mail you are using now though. Does integrate nicely with Exchange server (which is one reason I put it on). Free (another reason). Crashes and freezes occasionally but in general pretty stable. Always on the lookout for something better though.




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  Reply # 459447 16-Apr-2011 16:42
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Just tied the free version of enhanced mail looks pretty good, syncs with all folders. Layout is very similar to the gmail app




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  Reply # 459465 16-Apr-2011 17:23
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wanghou168: I am happy with the built in Gmail app & Email app for hotmail etc


+1 no need for an exchange mail server.

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  Reply # 459467 16-Apr-2011 17:25
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And what if you have exchange mail?




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  Reply # 459522 16-Apr-2011 19:59
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CdTDroiD: And what if you have exchange mail?


You could always try Improved Email as I mentioned above.

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  Reply # 460187 18-Apr-2011 16:03
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I was about to ask this very question.

I found the checking of the default app to be a bit average. I use Yahoo, but I want to access my e-mails offline some times.

:edit;  enhanced and improved are for oly 2.2 and greater, I'm on Android 2.1 :(

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