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    On the iphone it's actually readable. Particularly if you get a lot of attachments; they look like they do on the desktop, render very quickly, and even long documents are easy to navigate through.

    As someone who had a treo 650 for many years, i miss chatter mail, but I don't miss reading attachments using docs2go.
  2. #62  
    Yes but remember the iphone doesn't support something as simple as mms messaging and is more expensive while still making you sign a commitment. Email on an iphone isn't true push email and most pop3 providers (such as gmail) need serious tweeking with preferences. On treos you just have to enable pop3 forwarding and its all set up. Iphone, even with its new enterprise forwarding package from at&t, is more of a consumer device instead of a business one.
  3. #63  
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy_Serious View Post
    Yes but remember the iphone doesn't support something as simple as mms messaging
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy_Serious View Post
    Iphone, even with its new enterprise forwarding package from at&t, is more of a consumer device instead of a business one.
    Using the points you raise here, the Treo is more of a business device because it has MMS? And the "Enterprise Forwarding package" you refer to is Exchange Service - one of the top, business enterprise, push email and remote synchronization services on the market.
  4. #64  
    Quote Originally Posted by Guy_Serious View Post
    Yes but remember the iphone doesn't support something as simple as mms messaging and is more expensive while still making you sign a commitment. Email on an iphone isn't true push email and most pop3 providers (such as gmail) need serious tweeking with preferences. On treos you just have to enable pop3 forwarding and its all set up. Iphone, even with its new enterprise forwarding package from at&t, is more of a consumer device instead of a business one.
    email on iphone most certainly is "true push email." It supports at least exchange activesync and some versions of imap push (and screenshots show there is a new fetch/push option, so it looks like imap idle support may finally be here).

    Furthermore, gmail supports imap; why on earth would you use pop3?

    And what "enterprise forwarding package?" Are you referring to exchange support? there's no "forwarding" involved; you point it at your exchange server and it mirrors your contacts, mail, and appointments, and does so instantly any time a change is made.
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