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  1. Alexisonfire

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    so im in need of a new cellphone because my bb storm crapped out on my (it was only a matter of time the phone is garbage) but i decided to go with the incredible which ofcourse they didn thave in stock so they siad it will ship out on the 14th of may i cant wait this for looks for lack of a better word, incredible, but anyway im almost 100 percent sure but im wondering this phone can synch with my aol e-mail account correct?
     

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    HTC has included a mail client which can definitely sync with aol email. I am not sure about the stock android one though.
     
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    so HTC themselves have included an app on the phone that will do this right? but other android phones do not have this?
     
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    yeah just set it up in the regular "email" app. but you will need a gmail account to start using the phone though
     
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    stock Android can do it too
     
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    I am not sure about the stock android app since it is labeled 'Gmail' but the HTC Mail client supports all types of email; exchange, POP3, and IMAP. I am sure AOL is either POP3 or IMAP.
     
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    i had a droid and eris and now a hero

    there is the gmail app for gmail of course

    on sense and vanilla android there is a mail app for yahoo, hotmail, aol etc whatever you use
    that you can set up
     

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