1. ah4026's Avatar
    have att.net for internet. when deleting a message from iphone it comes off server and cannot see it on the pc. what to do so I can see it on the computer
    08-07-2011 10:59 AM
  2. Alli's Avatar
    ATT.net is pop3 email. You delete it in one place without a "stay on server" option, it's gone.
    08-07-2011 12:22 PM
  3. Amyas's Avatar
    A far better solution is to engage your IT department and get them to add the iPhone to their list of officially supported smartphones. There are a number of solutions available on the market for integrating the iPhone with corporate email servers, including software from leading enterprise vendors like Sybase, Apple and IBM. Convince them it's in the company's best interest to support the iPhone, especially in situations where corporate email must be archived for regulatory and compliance purposes.
    08-08-2011 12:35 AM
  4. Fausty82's Avatar
    A far better solution is to engage your IT department and get them to add the iPhone to their list of officially supported smartphones. There are a number of solutions available on the market for integrating the iPhone with corporate email servers, including software from leading enterprise vendors like Sybase, Apple and IBM. Convince them it's in the company's best interest to support the iPhone, especially in situations where corporate email must be archived for regulatory and compliance purposes.
    Where did that come from? Who mentioned anything about a work environment? Surely you know that ALL mail goes through and/or resides on a "server", not just corporate email. The OP never said anything about his IT department, nor did he give any indication that this was anything but a personal email device. #justsaying
    08-08-2011 02:57 AM
  5. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    A far better solution is to engage your IT department and get them to add the iPhone to their list of officially supported smartphones. There are a number of solutions available on the market for integrating the iPhone with corporate email servers, including software from leading enterprise vendors like Sybase, Apple and IBM. Convince them it's in the company's best interest to support the iPhone, especially in situations where corporate email must be archived for regulatory and compliance purposes.
    lmao...wut?
    08-08-2011 06:59 AM
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