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Which H/PC E-Mail Client do you use?

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Posted 16 years ago | Community | Chris Tilley 10 comments

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We have a new poll on the home page today in which we are looking to find out which e-mail client you use on your Handheld PC - if indeed you even use your trusty mobile companion for e-mail to begin with!

Log-in and cast your vote now and let us know your thoughts on e-mail programs via the comments in this epic battle of the e-mail clients!
Posted on 24 May 2008 at 09:06By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 25 May 2008 1:15:28 AM
I manage my e-mail within my ISP, accessing it through the ISP's home page. I can also do this on the road when at a WiFi hotspot, and that's when my H/PCs get into the game.
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 25 May 2008 9:49:05 AM
So you are a webmail user. Does it all work correctly for you?

Tried the HPC:Factor webmail yet ;)
michelbel's Avatar michelbel 26 May 2008 4:11:47 AM
I have my email accounts at godaddy.com, and their 'Mobile mail' webmail interface is perfect for slower links. I have pop3 to my desktop, but on the go I use the webmail interface. It displays as plaintext in default, but i can switch to HTML as required.
Five flavors of access supported: pop/smtp , standard and light desktop webmail, standard text and html mobile mail. Recommended. Very affordable hosting and mail support. I can have my professional cake and eat it for a few $$ per year.
gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 27 May 2008 5:53:47 AM
If you're using nPOP instead of nPOPuk, I'd love to know why ...
CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 28 May 2008 1:45:19 AM
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Shameless plug :p
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 28 May 2008 10:05:56 AM
ha ha ha, you noticed ;)
gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 29 May 2008 5:39:01 AM
Was he commenting on your post or mine? :)

BTW: "Character's Available" (below this box as I type) doesn't need the apostrophe.

Also, there's no "Reply" link in the replies: I can't follow-up to #4.1, only to #4.0.
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 29 May 2008 2:11:53 PM


This is intentional, the comments was modeled to resemble the Invision portal comments system which only emulates a single level reply model.
gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 30 May 2008 5:49:28 AM
I understand one level of reply, but as more posts get made following up to #4.0, one has to scroll up further to find the reply button. Seems a "reply" link on #4.3 could also post at the same level.
neomagick's Avatar neomagick 06 June 2008 6:00:35 PM
I primarily use the default client on the MP900c. I use IMAP to my home Exchange server. However, my employer doesn't use IMAP, so I either have to use webmail (eugh) or find a native Exchange client for CE.Net - which I'm dying for. If there were any way of porting the WM5 or WM6 ActiveSync/Outlook client to CE.Net or HPC2000, i would be in 7th heaven.
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