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    Any way to PUSH POP email w/o wirelesssync

    Hi Guys,

    For work, we use exchange server which is really excellent as many of you know (this coming from using wirelessync which was a pain).

    Now for personal email, and that on my family's phones, I'd like to be able to set them up in a similar manner...however, the only things I've been able to do are either VZW Wirelesssync or direct POP email setup which can only Send&Receive ever 15 minutes at best.

    Is there any way to have a POP account (Earthlink in my case) set up as like our work exchange server is?

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    Registered User Deepsky3539's Avatar
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    Exchange has a service called Direct Push. Your device log's itself with the server and Exchange then pushes to it whenever you get e-mail. I do not know of any other e-mail services beyond Exchange that has the service. Someone correct me if they know of another.

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    OK. So what youre saying is that I need to put Exchange Server on a home computer, and it will push all my POP email? This is the only way to have POP in real time?

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    Registered User dlbrummels's Avatar
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    There are free services like mail2web that you can use.

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    try 4smartphone.net or mail2web.com - Pick Up Your Email

    I think they both offer free exchange or for a small fee. You can forward your earthlink account to it. I use 4smartphone and pay a small fee for smtp forwarding. Zero problems.

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    I am a big fan of MOBIPUSH. I use them for just about all my email servers.

    mobiPush - Free Mobile eMail Delivery

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    I use a service called System SEVEN that works really well. The best part it that when i signed up the servce was free under a beta program. If you do a quick search here you should find it.

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    Wow ... You guys are awesome.

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    Do these services work with IMAP as well?

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