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Steve Smith
June 30th 03, 11:39 PM
Is there an email program that works with pop accounts that will run on =
the Sanyo 4900?=20

Thanks,
Steve Smith

sheureka
June 30th 03, 11:55 PM
I'm not sure if this is what you're asking, but if you want to get your
pop mail on your phone, just log in to the Sprint website and go to
your sprintpcs email account. You can set it up to add up to 5 pop mail
accounts. Earthlink or yahoo can be accessed directly from "portals" on
your Vision homepage. And hotmail can be accessed by setting up msn
mobile on your phone (go to mobile.msn.com).

If you want to be able to view attachments, etc., then reqwireless
(http://www.reqwireless.com) has a program you can buy that does that.
- sheureka

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Steve Smith
July 1st 03, 03:03 AM
sheureka wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is what you're asking, but if you want to get =
your
> pop mail on your phone, just log in to the Sprint website and go to
> your sprintpcs email account. You can set it up to add up to 5 pop =
mail
> accounts. Earthlink or yahoo can be accessed directly from "portals" =
on
> your Vision homepage. And hotmail can be accessed by setting up msn
> mobile on your phone (go to mobile.msn.com).=20
> If you want to be able to view attachments, etc., then reqwireless
> (http://www.reqwireless.com) has a program you can buy that does that.


Thanks. I realize I can read pop email through a web interface, but I =
was looking for a pop client. The reqwireless site you mentioned has a =
program called "Email Viewer" that might be what I'm looking for. I'll =
give it a try.

Steve Smith

wfrantz
July 1st 03, 06:18 PM
You can find e-mail clients here:
http://midlet.org/category.jsp?parentLevel=223

Many of them are not "true" POP/SMTP clients. Often they will use some
back-end server to traffic your messages.

I wrote a Java MIDlet that sends messages through smtp.sprintpcs.com.
Sprint's server requires authentication so it's not trivial, but I know
it's possible. If you are downloading an SMTP client, make sure it
supports authentication.


wfrantz
http://www.apgap.com

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