1. johnny football hero's Avatar
    I have a couple of yahoo email accounts and a gmail account on my iphone 3g. There is no push feature for gmail, while yahoo does have it.

    At times, I've set up push for the yahoo accounts but its very shakey. There have been moments where I do instantly get the email, while at other times I will get notified of the email hours later.

    What do you have your phone set up for? Push or Fetch? I go with the 15 minute fetch to be safe. I'd rather get the email within 15 minutes than who knows when it feels like "pushing" the email to the phone.

    Is there any other solution to get good email service on the iphone?
    06-21-2009 03:19 PM
  2. iphone_aggie's Avatar
    I only use fetch and it works fine.
    06-21-2009 03:42 PM
  3. chobbs1's Avatar
    I'm currently rocking mobile me and an exchange account along with a cable co account. The first two do email push flawlessly and have done so for quite some time. The third. By the cable company does not support push but it fetches every 15 mind and it seem to wor with no problems.
    06-21-2009 03:43 PM
  4. Duvi's Avatar
    I use MoMe, My personal exchange (never use) and Yahoo for push. On the 3Gs, it seems as though Yahoo is as good as the exchange and MoMe. In fact, I'm getting emails before my BlackBerry does. I also have a gmail, but only use my BlackBerry for it or Gmail webapp for the iPhone.
    06-21-2009 03:46 PM
  5. iamtone's Avatar
    i have att dsl and there email goes thru yahoo mail and i use it to push fine
    06-21-2009 04:27 PM
  6. OmariJames's Avatar
    I use fetch on important email addresses. I have 1 aol , yahoo and live emails , and 2 Gmails - one of which I have fetch up to 15 Mins. Could you imagine how much battery would be used up if I fetched 5 emails at ones lol.

    Push for gmail would be awsome.
    06-21-2009 10:50 PM
  7. vbhoj74's Avatar
    I've 3 gmail apps accounts, 2 gmail and 1 yahoo. All personal accounts forwarded to single gmail account, all work related mails are forwarded to another single gmail apps account. And on the iphone I fetch only these two accounts (gmail and gmail apps) so that it taxes the battery low.
    06-22-2009 06:27 AM
  8. Microcosmos's Avatar
    I have gmail and yahoo, but since I don't use the iPhone for work I don't have push or fetch. I just check it whenever I get the chance/feel like it and it works just dandy for me!
    06-22-2009 06:35 AM
  9. Christinme7890's Avatar
    I just have everything (all my email accounts) forwarded to my mobile me account. The mobile me account sorts them out so that each mail piece goes in its own box. That way everything gets pushed.
    06-22-2009 06:37 AM
  10. chobbs1's Avatar
    how do you do that?
    06-22-2009 06:44 AM
  11. ctt1wbw's Avatar
    Yeah, how? I'd like to know too.
    06-22-2009 08:14 AM
  12. Kannon#AC's Avatar
    I use Gmail filters to get push Gmail. I have it set up so that emails from people that I actually want instant email from automatically get forwarded to my Yahoo account. A lot of times, I'll get the forwarded Yahoo email before it hits my Gmail account. You can also set up the filters to automatically archive forwarded email. That way you don't get 2 notifications for the same email. When you respond to an email on the iphone, you can choose which address you're sending from so I can still respond using my Gmail account. Works pretty well.
    06-22-2009 01:20 PM