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  1. andrew8806

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    Whats the best email app? (that doesn't f*** with your awake time)... What email app do you use?
     

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    Gmail. Seems to work fine for me.
     
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    My bad... i have a school email that uses live.com... I guess i should have said that...:p
     
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    stock email app. i used k9 but it was too laggy
     
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    I have to use 3 email apps.
    Gmail for my primary gmail.
    Stock HTC Mail for Exchange acct #1 (works fine, push etc.)
    Touchdown for exchange #2 - which is an old 2003 exchange server that is apparently to non-standard to work with the stock email app, touchdown managed to connect successfuly. Don't love using all those, but it the only way to do it.
     
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    I work for pepsico and cant figure out the exchange server.... they also have webmail just not sure how to set it up
     
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    give touchdown a try - it seems to have a very robust auto-configure routine.
     
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    I use TD for 3 separate corporate Exchange accounts, but you need to make sure that ActiveSync is enabled. I have a feeling that Pepisco has a lot of restrictions and you might not be able to get anything other than IMAP, but that's just a guess. If you get the demo it will allow you to verify that it will work. Their tech support is superb if you need it.
     

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