E-Mail vs. G-Mail


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  1. lytle74

    lytle74 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have two e-mail icons: an "Email" and a "GMail". Both are working and that is the problem. I am getting notifications from both so I have to read and delete everything twice. I can't Uninstall either of them. Is there a fix for this? They both access the same account so everything is just doubled.
     

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  2. johnnychingaso

    johnnychingaso New Member

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    I personally don't like the gmail app. So i turned off the notifications. Open the app then Menu>Settings>Unclick Email notifications voila.
     
  3. lytle74

    lytle74 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Why do you prefer the "email" to "gmail"? just wondering what the difference is? I did turn off notifications, will that stop the double receipt of messages? Is there a way to remove the icon?
     
  4. Plakius

    Plakius Well-Known Member

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    K-9 is available in app market and blows both out of the water ... you may wanna look into it ... just remember when you add it to go into you gmail and shut of the sync for gmail itself but leave on the calendar and contact sync on
     
  5. johnnychingaso

    johnnychingaso New Member

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    lol just like the look of the email one better so far. To tell you the truth I haven't gone into either one in depth. My attitude might change at some point when I decide to go into it more. But at least I got your answer to ya ;-]
     
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    Howie Well-Known Member

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    So you use "email" for your gmail account? Does it still work instantly like it would under the gmail app?
     
  7. johnnychingaso

    johnnychingaso New Member

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    I was getting them both simultaneously when I was trying them both out at first. Was actually thinking about using k-9 later today.
     
  8. lytle74

    lytle74 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm getting them both at the same time (email and gmail). I just want one, but I can't uninstall either of them. I turned of notifications and I guess I'll see how that goes, but I would really like to uninstall one.
     
  9. xanthias

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    Don't you have to have a gmail account to use the market? My droid is on its way and I've been wondering if this was going to be an issue. My "real" (read: work) email is through Exchange Server, so I'm hoping there won't be overlap hassles with sync and notifications
     
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    Go into your email folder not the one with the red G, go to settings and remove account.
     
  11. Dave17

    Dave17 Well-Known Member

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    You can hide the icon with a home replacement app, but I don't know of a way to remove (or hide) icons without using one.

    FYI, I use Panda, but there are many good choices out there.
     
  12. boycan

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    If it is possible it would probably require root access.
     
  13. MysteryloverAnne

    MysteryloverAnne Well-Known Member

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    I set up the Email to use my main (non-Gmail) e-mail account as I rarely use my Gmail account and I have turned my notifications off on both of them.
     
  14. JustROLLIN

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    Those people using K9, are you having success with Yahoo mail? Just curious if this is a viable alternative considering the inconsistencies I have with the standard "email" app.
     
  15. dys07

    dys07 Active Member

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    me 2 ...

    btw how do you make a qr code and save it as your icon?
     
  16. gbaird

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    No success with Yahoo. I've gotten my home, work, and hotmail accounts to work without any problems.

    I found a Yahoo app on the Market and it seems to work pretty well.
     
  17. Dave17

    Dave17 Well-Known Member

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    There are many places where you can make them, but I made mine at:

    QR-Code Generator

    Cheers!
     

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