iphone 4 Email Push? problems
I know im lame using a yahoo email account but thats what ive used for years and had a question regarding push with the iphone4. im coming from a blackberry bold where the email would instantly show up in the inbox but with my iphone4 it doesnt make it. i went a couple days before manually checking my email and found all the messages that never showed up... i have my phone set to push but it doesnt. i recently switched it to fetch every 15 minutes could it be that my yahoo account isnt compatible pushing to the iphone? it seemed to work fine with my blackberry bold does anyone have any suggestions?
- 07-08-2010, 07:27 AM #2
To my knowledge you would have to set up your email account as an exchange account to get true push. I have two gmail accounts and they are set to push. But it is through IMAP which isn't true push. BlackBerry uses it's own cloud service which enables all emails regardless of what provider to push. That's what RIM is known for.
- 07-08-2010, 08:36 AM #3
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- 07-08-2010, 10:10 AM #5
Have not tried Yahoo mail but I know that Gmail seems to work reasonably well with push. It all pushes just maybe not quite as fast as Blackberry but it's bearable. I have my work email forward to my gmail account and it pushes to my phone. I thought Apple would give you an email to use that will work with Push but I guess that is only a Blackberry thing.
- 07-08-2010, 10:42 AM #7
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- 08-19-2011, 07:07 AM #10iPhone Nanite
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unwanted email address
Once I enter an email address it remains forever even if it is not part of my address book. Then when I try to enter another address it may appear as part of a list. How do I get rid of these unwanted addresses. They are not part of my contacts. I am using yahoo!Mail on an IPhone 4.
- 08-19-2011, 10:38 AM #11
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- 10-04-2011, 12:35 PM #13iPhone Nanite
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iPhone 4 Outgoing E-mail issues
The client has an iPhone 4 and is not able to email out of the phone using their own Domain name.
The iPhone user has their own Domain Name and Hosting service that allows them to access email on their Desktop computer. The setting that were automatically configured were 465 with not SSL and this block outgoing email
The original setting place on the iPhone where correct except for two setting. The hosting company required port number 587 and SSL authorization to allow the iPhone user to send out using their Domain Name hosted by their ISP. Once these setting were changed the iPhone delivered the email seating in the Outbox.
- 10-04-2011, 08:31 PM #14
hi. i'm an android user and i love that my emails (gmail, aol, yahoo) all push immediately. i'm thinking about trying an ios device due to much touted longer battery life. one of my concerns though is possibly having problems with push email. is this going to be an issue? am i not going to have immediate push? and if i do, will that destroy my battery life? thanks.
- 10-04-2011, 11:17 PM #15
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- 10-05-2011, 12:46 AM #17