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    New to e-mail on my palm... I have pop3 e-mail and unlimited internet. Need to stay uptodate on e-mail when I am out of the office which is most days.

    I have tried "snapper", "inbox to go" and the mail provided w/ my treo.

    I can't tell major differences except with "inbox to go" I can at least see my full existing "outlook" in-box.

    Am I missing some great features by other programs?
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    Test sending and recieving attachments if you get email with attachments since they may work differently. (Word docs, PDF, JPGs, etc)
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    I wanted to check three email accounts. I could just never get the standard palm mail program to do it (probably my studpidity) but Snapper worked(s) like a charm (expensive though).

    I'm sure there are some old threads that had links to compare features of about 10 different mail programs.
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    I was in the same situation with my Pop3 accounts and SnapperMail was just the ticket. Combining it with Doc's to go gives you seamless attachment access and it's a very "Outlook-like" solution for your Treo.

    It's really a shame that a robust email/attachment solution (like SnapperMail & Doc's to Go) didn't come bundled with the T600.
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    snapper? just met her!
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    check out chatter the best mail program i have had and keeps getting better

    Fred
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    Quote Originally Posted by fkpalm
    check out chatter the best mail program i have had and keeps getting better

    Fred

    chatter? just met her!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fkpalm
    check out chatter the best mail program i have had and keeps getting better

    Fred
    ... except chatter doesn't do pop. You'd need to forward your mail to a fastmail account (or somewhere similar) to get chatter working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fkpalm
    check out chatter the best mail program i have had and keeps getting better

    Fred
    I agree
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    use the palm one and then add recieveit save any format on the card for later use on pc.

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