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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by annovice, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. annovice

    annovice Newbie
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    I really like that I do not have to turn on computer to see new emails that arrived. :eek:

    Simple to setup by entering email address and password. Then at any time, turn on Admire, click mailmetro, and see new subject lines. Click each one to open. Anyone else see different?
     

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    what exactly is your question?

    I have a question for you...Why would you use metromail over the built-in email client or gmail client?
     
  3. DaniellieeE

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    Don't think he was asking a question, but giving a [TIP] to other users that might like to access email same way he does :)
     
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    At the same time... before I rooted and deleted EVERYTHING Metro affiliated with my phone, my Yahoo! e-mail was not recognized by the device just by slapping in the e-mail & password into the stock E-Mail application but it was literally just username & password into the Mail @ Metro app. THAT'S why I used the Mail @ Metro vs Stock E-Mail app before rooting.
     
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    Most appear like metro mail and the dedicated yahoo apparently have support for the free yahoo email. To use an app like outlook or android email client , you need yahoo plus. That provides POP and IMAP support. That is why metro mail app works.
     
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    The Metromail app quickly allows e-mail accounts to be added, the exchange capability works great with my University mail for SNHU. One feature that needs to be included, multi select for deleting.
     
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    Lmao @ the huge necro
     

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