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Old July 1st, 2010, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there another mail program/app that can be used in place of the stock mail app that comes with the EVO?

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Old July 1st, 2010, 05:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There is a new Yahoo for Android app out now if you use yahoo and maildroid is another option.
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Is there another mail program/app that can be used in place of the stock mail app that comes with the EVO?
Just curious why you ask, do you not like the stock email program?
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I have a problem too my email Wont configure but with my blackberry it did just fine
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I'm interested in a replacement too. For some reason, mine takes forever to bring in new messages for a pop3 acct. Just for comparison, it's waaaay slower than my old iphone 3g. Weird considering EVERYTHING else is faster.
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Exchange, and gmail work great for me, what are you using for email? aol, yahoo?
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K9 by a mile. Chock full of features. I have several mail accounts that I pull down mail for. It's open source. You can interact with the devs on k9mail - Project Hosting on Google Code
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K9 by a mile. Chock full of features. I have several mail accounts that I pull down mail for. It's open source. You can interact with the devs on k9mail - Project Hosting on Google Code
Yep. Been using K9 for many months. 10x better than stock EXCEPT you can't open a JPEG attachment from it, you see the thumbnail but have to use an external viewer to open the actual file.
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