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    Sending email via Pocket Outlook and POP server

    At this point I create a new message, click send which moves it to the outbox, then I have to hit a icon (open palm with some sort of picture, the other is a couple of envelopes) to initiate a connection with the server. Any better ways? What is the difference between these two icons?

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    As I understand it... one opens the connection and "syncs"/"sends" information... the other closes the connection.
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    The twin envelopes works great - it sends/receives mail. The palm one simply connects.

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    p.s. Great question! Should be in the faq.

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    Thanks for the info. I want to click send in the message and have it automatically go. Is there anyway to do that, or is the envelope or palm button absoutely neccessary?

    Thanks

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    I don't know if this works with POP account, but do you have the option ""Sync outgoing items as they are sent" in the Device's ActiveSync app, under Tools/Options on the Mobile Schedule tab?

    (I use Exchange ActiveSync, so it may be a setting particular to this method of getting email, but it's worth a look.)
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