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    I currently use Mobile Me as I did with my iPhone. But I sold it, and now I'm waiting on a Pre 2. I'm wondering what you all think is the best email / calendar / contacts solution to move to.

    For example, GMail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail etc
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    I use gmail. It sync with the built-in phone apps very nicely with the automatic Synergy capability.
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    hotmail is excellent unless you have more that 1,000 contacts.
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    Each one has it's strengths and weaknesses.

    Yahoo Mail: I've used this for 10 years. It has always been reliable, however recently there has been some minor glitches. Unlimited storage. Decent spam filter.

    Gmail: Reliable. Probably the best spam filter of the free services. Storage is not unlimited. Privacy questions remain.

    AOL: Decent email but not as feature rich or as sophisticated as the two above. Unlimited storage. But will AOL still be around in 3 years?

    Hotmail: Never used but it is popular.
    PDA History:

    Palm Zire 71 > Palm T5 > Palm TX > iPhone > iPhone 3GS > HTC EVO 3D > Pre 3

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    Thanks. I'll go with GMail then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradE View Post
    Gmail: Reliable. Probably the best spam filter of the free services. Storage is not unlimited. Privacy questions remain.
    You can also use your own custom domain name. Instead of joe99@gmail.com you can be joe@bloggs.com.
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    Hotmail was fantastic for years, but as I found the Pre was supported with Gmail, and you can export your contacts from your Pre to a .vcf and directly import all of them into Gmail in about 4 seconds, I switched to Gmail. It's a good experience. Hotmail's site tends to be buggy with Opera too.
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