email-client application?

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  1. kaken

    kaken New Member

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    for when an client-email application for iPod touch?
  2. SoFellLordPerth16

    SoFellLordPerth16 New Member

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    sigh......
    after its jailbroken.....
    just wait ever so patiently
  3. nintendodude

    nintendodude New Member

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    for now you gotta go to each providors sites and do it the ol' fashioned web way.
  4. SkylarEC

    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    You know what's funny. I never used email clients before: I never liked them. But now that there's all this hullabaloo about the email client, I think I totally want to use it. I wouldn't have even wanted it before; and I probably would have ignored it on the iPhone.
  5. rokrboy

    rokrboy Retired Moderator

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    just use gmail.
  6. SoFellLordPerth16

    SoFellLordPerth16 New Member

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    that's because most email clients suck. like crappy outlook. two words. Mozilla Thunderbird.
  7. mistashizzle

    mistashizzle New Member

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    More like osx default mail.
  8. nintendodude

    nintendodude New Member

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    yes, windows mail and OS X mail are both very good apps. outlook blows rod.
  9. kaken

    kaken New Member

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    Ok but i use the client-mail to store
    pdf documents and see offline

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