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    Hi Folks--

    My current ISP (Cox Cable company) told me that in order to access my email wirelessly "the PDA's browser would need to have SSL." I'm not very technically savvy, but this seemed odd to me. Isn't it the case that with TreoMail (or something like it) there would be some way to use a Treo 270 to get at that email--the @cox.net eemail I currently get from home using Outlook Express and a cable modem? They (Cox) don't have a dial-up number (all cable) but they do have a website where I can go to get the email that I get from using Outlook Express on my PC's desktop at home.

    What I'm looking for is an email client that would allow me to use a Treo 270 (with T-Mobil GPRS) to get at the email from my current ISP (@cox.net). I'd also like to be able to view attachments, etc. etc. Does anyone have any recommendations?

    Thanks much,

    -AR
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    Take a look at this thread and see if you can find what you are looking for.
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    If your ISP requires SSL you are limited.
    Eudora is free and should work, no attachment support.

    http://palmgear.com/software/showsof...5&prodID=12042

    TreoMail supports SSL but no attachment support:

    http://handspring.com/services/treom...CCFE4AVAATMIV0

    2BAnywhere also supports SSL and will handle viewing attachments:

    http://2banywhere.com/welcome.htm

    You might also want to check out the well made "email buying guide" that member Dan Harkless put together:

    http://harkless.org/dan/info/buying_...OS_email_apps/

    good luck!

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