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  1. #61  
    Quote Originally Posted by volwrath View Post
    Yes. with their unpaid service, you cannot even send with return address of gmail.
    I don't know if you meant paid service in response to that question, but that is certainly not true.

    I've said this a million times on this forum already: SMTP Proxy

    Under mail2web, for a whopping (sarcastic) $1.99 a month you can use SMTP Proxy which is under your web settings to configure any return email address you want (only one).

    So I have my Gmail forwared to mail2web and respond from the same account and my sent email address is Gmail as well. Completely seamless. Took 5 mins to setup and I have, for all purposes, Push Gmail.

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  2. #62  
    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    I don't know if you meant paid service in response to that question, but that is certainly not true.

    I've said this a million times on this forum already: SMTP Proxy

    Under mail2web, for a whopping (sarcastic) $1.99 a month you can use SMTP Proxy which is under your web settings to configure any return email address you want (only one).

    So I have my Gmail forwared to mail2web and respond from the same account and my sent email address is Gmail as well. Completely seamless. Took 5 mins to setup and I have, for all purposes, Push Gmail.

    Yes, with mail2web, you can use an SMTP proxy to mask your return address. But if you're using gmail, an SMTP proxy doesn't do you much good. The whole point to using gmail's SMTP is that your return emails get archived within gmail, so you can view both sides in the threaded view.

    Unfortunately, there is no solution for gmail users looking for IMAP/IDLE on WM5 at this point. I would imagine thats the reason for people are clamoring for Chattermail on WM.
  3. #63  
    Just curiosity, why You in US are so addicted to the push email ?

    Where is the problem in polliing every five or ten minutes a pop3 server ?
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  4. #64  
    I'ld imagine its the same reason your profile lists over 30 phones, whereas one a year should suffice?
  5. #65  
    Quote Originally Posted by sardil View Post
    I'ld imagine its the same reason your profile lists over 30 phones, whereas one a year should suffice?
    Here we use cellphones since the early '90
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    Ericsson/Sonyericsson SH 668 > SH868 > SH888 > R320 >T39m > T65 >T68mc > R380 > P800 > Z600 > Z1010 > K608i
    Siemens ME45 > S55 > SL55
    Motorola 6200 > C333 > C350 > V547 > E1000 > A1000
    Nokia 7110 > 6230 > 6630 > 6230i> E60 > N80
    Panasonic G500 > GD90 > VS3
    Philips Fisio 820 > 825
    Palm Treo 650 > Treo 750V
    Samsung ZV40 > SGH-Z560
    NEC 338 > 616
  6. #66  
    Push e-mail gives IM-like immediacy to e-mail. meaning you can use it to converse if needed. Its for the convenience of the recipient, who knows they wont have to wait 5-10 minutes longer due to polling, but will get a reply or alert as soon as it is sent. An example would be having your server send an e-mail if your HDD has a SMART warning. You will know as soon as possible, versus as close to the polling you are.

    Surur
  7. #67  
    Quote Originally Posted by surur View Post
    An example would be having your server send an e-mail if your HDD has a SMART warning. You will know as soon as possible, versus as close to the polling you are.

    Surur
    For this purpose I use SMS, are instant cheap and universal.

    My email provider (vodafone.it) send me an SMS with the details of the email I recived, if is important I manually poll the pop3 server, if is spam I do nothing (BTW chatteremail can do this w/o any input).

    For realtime chat I use chat, IM softwares or SMS.

    Obviously PUSH email is another choice, and have many choices is always a good thing, but really I don't "need" this service.
    Last edited by The Solutor; 02/17/2007 at 04:45 PM.
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    Ericsson/Sonyericsson SH 668 > SH868 > SH888 > R320 >T39m > T65 >T68mc > R380 > P800 > Z600 > Z1010 > K608i
    Siemens ME45 > S55 > SL55
    Motorola 6200 > C333 > C350 > V547 > E1000 > A1000
    Nokia 7110 > 6230 > 6630 > 6230i> E60 > N80
    Panasonic G500 > GD90 > VS3
    Philips Fisio 820 > 825
    Palm Treo 650 > Treo 750V
    Samsung ZV40 > SGH-Z560
    NEC 338 > 616
  8. #68  
    Yes, its all about having as many options as possible of course. SMS can be laggy though, and is of course usually not flat rate.

    Surur
  9. #69  
    With push, you get better battery life than polling every 5-10 minutes. In addition, its nice to get the emails nearly instantly.
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