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    is it possible to use blackberry push technology paying the $19.99 gprs rate to push yahoo mail to a treo 650?

    Also, i know it's possible to use a pop3 mail client to access yahoo mail via the $4.99 gprs plan. the only problem with this is when you send mail via pop3, it does not SAVE the SENT MAIL items on mail.yahoo.com. Is there a mail client for the treo that will do this?

    Thank you
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    You can set up your Treo to check for yahoo mail at certain time intervals, but the problem is it will download every single e-mail you have sittin on that server.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingjunior
    You can set up your Treo to check for yahoo mail at certain time intervals, but the problem is it will download every single e-mail you have sittin on that server.
    Not really...setup VersaMail to only download the email, say for the last
    day (24 hours). This way you won't have a glut of emails downloaded.
    This works very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MitzEclipse
    is it possible to use blackberry push technology paying the $19.99 gprs rate to push yahoo mail to a treo 650?

    Also, i know it's possible to use a pop3 mail client to access yahoo mail via the $4.99 gprs plan. the only problem with this is when you send mail via pop3, it does not SAVE the SENT MAIL items on mail.yahoo.com. Is there a mail client for the treo that will do this?

    Thank you
    Solution for your "save sent mail" problem - cc yourself on the email and when you check your mail on the web, move the messages from yourself to the Sent Mail folder.

    -e-

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