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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by torontokid, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. torontokid

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    I use my SG3 for both work and personal emails. Right now the native e-mail client combines both inboxes into one app, and I have to click the app to see both inboxes. Is there a way I can segment each email into it's own unique e-mail icon on the home screen?

    I'm kind of looking for something that would look like this (photoshopped):

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    You could use a separate email application for the other email address like k9 mail.
     
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    I'm using a free one on my E4GT called AquaMail. It's not bad. But I'll be installing Touchdown to handle my exchange email (need it for the GAL), so will use native for the other account.
     
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    Buy an HTC . Their HTC sense software lets you initiate as many separate email boxes when you place the widget on the main screen . Just choose the email client . I had an S2 and an S3 neither would do it without a third party app. All the htc phones can do it no problem . (Sprint)
     
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    Just a thought if you are using G-Mail as your account you can use the G-Mail app for it and the regular E-Mail app for the other.
     

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