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Helio First Carrier to Offer Push POP/IMAP Email

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NapalmBBQ

Apr 28, 2008, 3:56 PM

I love push pops!

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fracturedpsyche

Apr 25, 2008, 9:27 AM

read the article phonescoop linked to

'Helio is the first operator Google is offering this to, though our Google rep couldn’t be reached to say how long the exclusivity will last.'

phonescoop's phrasing is misleading for sure, but i think (hope) they mean that helio is the first to offer push email for gmail
Maybe Helio is the first to offer a g-mail exclusive application to offer Push E-mail. But they are not the first to offer it free. Any way you put this article makes no sense , Since helio was not first at all/
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monkeyracer

Apr 24, 2008, 10:50 AM

I thought sprint had Sprint Mobile Email...

I've been getting my hotmail and gmail push email for a while with the sprint mobile email. So why is there a news story saying that helio is first?
I don't think that's actually push, that's like AT&T Xpressmail which may appear to be push but in actuality it's checking every few minutes/30 seconds but it appears to be push since it has a new mail indicator. Try sending an e-mail to yourself a f...
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Here's a link http://www.slashphone.com/64/5972.html
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cr4083

Apr 25, 2008, 10:56 AM

at&t has had push since the dawn of time

Must be a misprint cause AT&T has had push or at least i have for the past 4 years. through both blackberry and windows devices. microsoft push is available for the palm 750 at&t tilt and a number of other phones. as well as any blackberry
Ok I see you too did'nt read the entire article. Every carrier has had "PUSH" e-mail for years on blackberry's and Windows Mobile devices. But that was always exchange or if it were pop/imap, you had to pay for the service. The argument is about "FREE...
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monkeyracer

Apr 24, 2008, 10:50 AM

I thought sprint had Sprint Mobile Email...

I get my hotmail and gmail pushed through that program... have been for a while actually.
 
 
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