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    Sprint somehow didn't want Handspring's email client and they put Business connection instead. Is it possible to get this email program to be installed in Sprint T600?
    I know many people here will recommend SnapperMail but $35 seems a bit steep. I have both Eudora and BC right now. BC, you cannot have more than 3 accounts and you cannot copy text except in compose mode. Eudora, you cannot see attachment. I just need simple, low-cost solution and it seems Handspring's program looks like it. Thanks.
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    Handspring's e-mail client is installed on my Sprint Treo, but sending mail doesn't work.

    It says "Message Not Delivered", "This feature is coming soon.. blah blah"

    I guess Sprint doesn't have SMS yet.
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    Originally posted by Im So Unpopular
    Handspring's e-mail client is installed on my Sprint Treo, but sending mail doesn't work.

    It says "Message Not Delivered", "This feature is coming soon.. blah blah"

    I guess Sprint doesn't have SMS yet.
    That's not the email, that's the SMS.
    If God brought you to it He'll bring you thru it!
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    I'm not sure what you were looking at, but when you say low cost I'm guessing you mean a program that costs less than snapper mail. Treo email has now changed to MessageXpress. The pricing is either $99 or $49 a year http://www.visto.com/treo600/
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    Originally posted by Im So Unpopular
    Handspring's e-mail client is installed on my Sprint Treo, but sending mail doesn't work.

    It says "Message Not Delivered", "This feature is coming soon.. blah blah"

    I guess Sprint doesn't have SMS yet.
    That is the SMS program. The original poster is referring to the Handspring E-mail client that Sprint made HS remove for some brain dead reason (Sprint wants you to pay them $5 a month to use BC).

    Does HS e-mail client allow you to view attachments? I didn't think it did, but I could be wrong.
    Jeff
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    Originally posted by jglev


    Does HS e-mail client allow you to view attachments? I didn't think it did, but I could be wrong.
    Orange T600 reviewer said it can handle attachment. The story is here.
    http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/289-3.htm

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