1. vanishingvision7's Avatar
    I use me.com, yahoo, and gmail.

    I find that me is the best one to use.
    Gmail is good and even without push it's okay.
    Yahoo is actually the most unreliable for me, push works great when it wants to but there are days where I get like 15 emails all at once.
    07-10-2009 12:59 PM
  2. jglowe74's Avatar
    I use Google for push Calendar, & push contacts, Mobile Me for e-mail. As soon as Google has push for Gmail, I'll ditch Mobile Me, which is not the most reliable. There is a third party push solution for Gmail, for $25/yr. It is called NuevaSync
    hmmm. NeuvaSync seems like a sweet option for me as a PC owner. free version pushes contacts & calendar through Google. but if you want their push email, you have to get the Premium version for $25 a year
    07-10-2009 01:03 PM
  3. Watcher's Avatar
    I think Yahoo is the best, on the PC and on the iPhone. I've got like 3 Yahoo accounts now and it pushes so quickly, I actually see my mail on the iPhone before I see it on my computer!
    07-10-2009 01:26 PM
  4. Alli's Avatar
    Did you set your fastmail.fm account up on your iPhone? Our business uses fastmail and I haven't a clue as to how to get it on our iPhones.
    Yupper. Been using fastmail.fm on my iPhone from day one. Trs easy to set up, too!
    07-10-2009 02:02 PM
  5. Allyson Kazmucha's Avatar
    What she said.

    What they said
    07-10-2009 02:24 PM
  6. Limegrntaln's Avatar
    I use mail2web awesome Windows Exchange 2007 $4.95 a month.
    Last edited by Limegrntaln; 07-11-2009 at 03:00 AM.
    07-11-2009 02:56 AM
  7. alokeprasad's Avatar
    Which is a good client on the iPhone that pulls together all e-mails from all accounts (Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Exchange Activesync) into one application?

    Like Chatteremail does for the Palm devices...

    I see Fastmail mentioned here. Any others?
    07-11-2009 03:28 AM
  8. ctt1wbw's Avatar
    Yupper. Been using fastmail.fm on my iPhone from day one. Trs easy to set up, too!
    Can you pm me instructions? I am confused as to where the password and stuff goes. The way fastmail.fm is set up is strange to me. I would appreciate it!
    07-11-2009 05:36 AM
  9. alokeprasad's Avatar
    Bump.

    Which is the best e-mail client for the iPhone (especially one that supports IMAP IDLE)?

    (I will miss ChatterEmail :-( when I switch to the iPhone....
    07-14-2009 08:05 PM
  10. Caballera's Avatar
    I'm using Gmail and it works great. I configured my iPhone to 'fetch' new data every 30 minutes and that seems to work well for me.
    07-14-2009 09:40 PM
  11. alokeprasad's Avatar
    But that's not a client like Thunderbird is on Windows or Chatter is on Palm OS .. an application that can pull in emails from various accounts (my ISP, gmail, Yahoo, AOL etc) all in one application.

    Is there such an application for the iphone especially that supports IMAP IDLE, multiple accounts, etc?
    07-14-2009 10:10 PM
  12. UTVOL06's Avatar
    I just got mobileme for the iphone and I love everything it offers. The push email is top notch. I'm switching from AOL to the @me.com address and I've set my custom domain business email to forward to my me.com address so I get push personal and business email all into one inbox and I can drop my business email into a personal email folder pushed from me.com

    I love the idisk feature I can now save all my excel and word documents from work and access them using quickoffice suite and edit and email attachments of any kind. hopefully apple will eventually allow the direct saving of email attachments off the iphone before next years iphone.
    07-14-2009 10:49 PM
  13. Alli's Avatar
    Any way you look at it, there are no email clients available for the iPhone. You have what's on there and you work with it. You have a variety of email servers from which to choose...most of which won't push to the iPhone even if they'll push everywhere else.

    My major objection to mome is that even though you could forward custom domains to it...you can't reply from those domains with an alias, and who wants to change email addies at this stage.
    07-14-2009 10:57 PM
  14. Brickman's Avatar
    My major objection to mome is that even though you could forward custom domains to it...you can't reply from those domains with an alias, and who wants to change email addies at this stage.
    Even though I LOOOOOVE MoMe and use it every day for work, that is the one thing that I wish they would change. I wish it were more like Gmail in that respect.
    07-14-2009 11:55 PM
  15. big9erfan's Avatar
    Been using GMail since I got my iPhone on Saturday and I <3 it. I have it set for 15 minute fetches, it has kept me in constant contact with my realtor and been so easy to use. I'm quite enamored with how it all just works.
    07-15-2009 01:39 AM
  16. alokeprasad's Avatar
    Any way you look at it, there are no email clients available for the iPhone. You have what's on there and you work with it. You have a variety of email servers from which to choose...most of which won't push to the iPhone even if they'll push everywhere else.


    I hope Apple changes this (It must be an Apple restriction.. there are so many good email clients for other platforms) especially with version 3.x software on the iPhones.

    I'm sure I'll hear about it here first
    07-15-2009 05:30 AM
  17. ciocpa's Avatar
    I use Exchange and yahoo push. I have a gmail account but only as a throw-away address...
    07-15-2009 03:17 PM
  18. UTVOL06's Avatar
    Yeah! MoMe is the absolute best! Worth every penny!
    MobileMe has been the best service I've ever used. I switched over from AOL.
    07-22-2009 12:35 PM
  19. jamesus's Avatar
    check out getsyncd.com ... Microsoft Exchange alternative that supports Push. You can use your own domain too!
    Looks interesting. I might have to check this out.
    07-23-2009 10:23 AM
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