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    Is there another free provider out there for OMA Outlook ActiveSync Push?
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    I didnt know they do PUSH email free.
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    I have always paid for my mail2web direct push account. I'm on the 'personal exchange' plan which allowa me to have IMAP access on my PC/laptop's Outlook as well. I pay like what $5/mo.
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    Is that the cheapest plan for $5 for PUSH?
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    i like it FREE
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    I've used mail2web for a couple of years now. Used when was free, then paid, then went back to free (to save a few bucks) until this new development.

    Must say that I'll be paying for this when my 60 days is up, though. I like Exchange 2007 better than the previously free 2003.

    HTML messages, flagging capability, and seemingly more stable syncing.

    Free would be better, but worth the $5.00 per month for me, at least.
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    Exchange is great... I'd not do without it... fun to switch a phone and not have to do anything... or if borrowing a phone, just enter your information and all contacts, calendar, email, etc is in sync...

    Using multople devices on one computer has always been a royal pain in the neck...

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    What is wrong with POP3 and SMTP? Just set it up to poll every 30 mins?

    The other thing is to run an Exchange 2007 server on your home PC. I have run an email server on my home machine before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chong67 View Post
    What is wrong with POP3 and SMTP? Just set it up to poll every 30 mins?

    The other thing is to run an Exchange 2007 server on your home PC. I have run an email server on my home machine before.
    If you have run an email server on your home machine, you would know the issues. lol...

    POP is terrible for me... I'd rather you said IMAP... pop is ancient... although, it works for many people... would not work for me and my multiple devices and how I need to work (or how I have everything setup).

    At the end, syncing all contacts, calendards, notes, etc is simply wonderful... even more if you have multiple devices. Not sure I'd have exchange if it were not for all the devices I currently own... phones, laptops, computers, etc... All my information kept in sync no matter what I'm using...

    But it pop works for some people... my cousin uses pop and loves it... he has one little phone and does not need instant email... he puts all his calendar stuff on his laptop (his only computer).
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    Is Push the only thing that works on Microsoft? I wish Gmail can do that.

    When you say sync, you mean Activesync?

    For me, I only sync my company email on my Pro. No contacts and appointments.

    At home, on my laptop and PC, I activesync my Contacts and Appointments to the Pro. No email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chong67 View Post
    Is Push the only thing that works on Microsoft? I wish Gmail can do that.

    When you say sync, you mean Activesync?

    For me, I only sync my company email on my Pro. No contacts and appointments.

    At home, on my laptop and PC, I activesync my Contacts and Appointments to the Pro. No email.
    Google can... check the links at the bottom of that post... Official Gmail Blog: Sync your contacts and calendar with your phone

    I'd not trust google since they often have "their version" of everything... and it normally sucks for me... outside of their version of search and their version of maps, which are two nice products from google.

    But many love gmail and this new service from google... I'd even go so far as to say I'm more than likely in the minority on not liking gmail...
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