Video Tour: Sidekick Slide
Nov 9, 2007, 2:00 PM by Eric Lin
Motorola has joined the Sidekick team with a smaller Sidekick that packs just as big of a punch. Plus, we demo the new Sidekick mail client.
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This video tour is more than just a chance to show the Sidekick Slide and compare it to the Sidekick LX. We also introduce the new mail client for the latest generation of Sidekicks, which is being sent out to LX and Slide owners over the air this week. T-Mobile can now provide instant push email for Yahoo! and AOL mail users so they receive messages the instant they come, just like their Tmail accounts. Multiple mail accounts are now also separated by tabs so you can view mail from just one account at a time. For an in-depth look at the new mail center, we took picture of all the change notes as well as all the new screens.
You can also see the new mail center and everything else about the Sidekick Slide in action in this video:
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Mail Server (pop.gmail.com)
username (your gmail account username only)
password (email password)
>> then hit done
This should set up gmail on your sk2, 3, lx, and slide
No Windows Live! or Gmail...