Is somebody know how to do hotmail on 2.1?

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  1. combo

    combo New Member

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    My ipodtouch jailbreak in 2.1, y try to do the same thing as 2.02 to have hotmail on the apple mail, y try 2 times, and he told me all the time someting like bad email or password. Is somebody try it????

    Thanks

    Combo
  2. itouchnathan

    itouchnathan New Member

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    Speak english lol.
    Use M?Box Live.
  3. combo

    combo New Member

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    Thank Itouchnathan Mboxmail work very good

    Y am French from Quebec lol.
  4. GoffeyUK

    GoffeyUK New Member

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    whats this mbox? and does it work with a windows live email address?, it is the same as hotmail just different domain name
  5. Gitykins

    Gitykins Banned

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    Yes, Mbox mail is $9.99 in the app store and works with the following domain names:

    @live.com
    @hotmail.com
    @msn.com
  6. AudiPhone

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    think 'inside' the box...

    no it's another male client on the iphone...

    M•Box Mail®
    'It is like the “native” or built-in mail application on the iPhone – only it speaks the Windows Live Hotmail® protocol.'



    and it's well spoken of.... assuming you speak to it in proper english
  7. shibby999955

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    It's a good app, I've been using it. Only annoyance is that you can't attach images as easily as Apple's Mail app.

    Dammit.

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