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Rogers Dream, with Exchange, need a third email account


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  1. dragonboy1340

    dragonboy1340 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have the Rogers version of the HTC Dream, have my main Gmail account setup, and also Exchange Server for work mail. Now I would like to configure another email account, say another Gmail. The manuals all say to use the Email app wizard, but once you setup Exchange Server it is gone.

    Can you only have two email accounts on the Dream when pulling Exchange Server email?
     

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  2. screwthe49ers

    screwthe49ers Active Member

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    You don't see an icon called mail, email, or even messaging now?
     
  3. dragonboy1340

    dragonboy1340 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have a Gmail icon and a Mail icon. The Gmail goes to the Gmail account i setup when activating the Dream, and the Mail icon has no other options than to go to my Exchange Server mail boxes.
     
  4. mart1nonl1ne

    mart1nonl1ne New Member

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    just picked up one of these today ... to configure additional email accounts press the mail icon ... by default it will go to the first email account you configured (the exchange on) ... press the menu button, click on the more button and select account list ... from there you can add new accounts ... once you have more than one account configured you can choose which one is the default
     
  5. dragonboy1340

    dragonboy1340 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thank you! I never noticed the scroll bar on the More menu, and of course that's where the New Account menu is.

    Loving the Dream after some punk stole my iPhone.
     
  6. taxbuster

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    FWIW, I had no idea that the Android mail client sucked as badly as it does for IMAP (ie non-gmail, which I don't use). :mad:

    I grabbed K9, which is still beta, but works (for me) flawlessly grabbing mail (after I found that the smtp server needed to be smtp.rogerswirelessdata.com) and sending. Both Exchange and my IMAP accounts now sync just fine. :D
     

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