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    Wondering if I can use it?

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    I can't see why it wouldn't. I would just try it.
    Brian McGuire
    .../600/650/8700c/700w/Moto Q/700p/Nokia E62/700wx/8525/750c/BB Pearl/Blackjack/BB 8800/BB Curve & HTC Vox S710 >>iPhone
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    What might not work is the push. Cingular XPress mail uses SMS to notify the xpress mail client that there's a new message. You aren't charged for the SMSs. So I'm not sure if Cingular's XPress mail will send the SMSs through another carrier, and if they do, I don't know as if they'd appreciate you doing it. LOL just go there and register and try it. It's not tied in to the billing system and as far as I can tell anyone can use it on any carrier (again not sure about the push part.) For example can use it over wifi on my Treo 750, so the data isn't even going through Cingular's systems. But I did have to provide my wireless number when I registered, so theres a chance they use that to see if you're a customer, but I don't think they do.

    Seven ( makes XPress Mail. Cingular just buys/licenses it from Seven as does Sprint (sprint business connect.)

    Seven just started a new open beta of their new version which so far is a lot better than the current (XPress Mail) version. However, it has some pretty big bugs being that it's an early beta so far and sometimes the server crashes so you're without mail connectivity for a few hours.
    Hopefully these major issues are ironed out very soon.
    But if you want to give it a try go to and register for the beta.
    This version supports real time push on Yahoo, IMAP, and exchange (exchange through the desktop app.) And realatively fast delivery of POP and Gmail (which don't support push.) Push is over TCP/IP data channel (not SMS) in this version.
    Also you won't be going through any particular carrier (like Cingular.)
    Treo 750 (AT&T)
    Treo600->Treo650->Cing8525->Blackberry 8700c->Treo750->AT&T Tilt->Treo750->iPhone 3G

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