Setting Up Work or Personal Email on Android with Email App

Jacob S Paulsen

I believe that mobile technology is at the heart of freedom. I believe that your phone is a tool of production and that the key to unlocking a new age of productivity and effectiveness is leveraging correctly the tool you take everywhere.

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4 Responses

  1. Derek says:

    The Android Mail App still doesn’t always work with Exchange, though. Seems that running Exchange 2010 and some of the more secure settings enabled keeps my running Touchdown.

  2. abdullah says:

    Dear friend
    With all respect, you are quite wrong about the default mail app on android.

    The biggest flaw: it downloads emails as per your settings, but does not keep them more than a day. After one whole day of keeping them on the phone (not on memory card), all the emails get deleted. Even keeping emails by the number can only do for a couple of days max. Then they are all deleted.

    Some other mail apps are free and much better. Three whole email body is downloaded and stays.
    I have even written as much to HTC.


    • Jacob S Paulsen says:

      I do not have any of the issues you are describing. On my Nexus One with 2.2 It keeps the most recent 10 emails for each of my POP3 accounts. I am curious about which other email apps you use that are free and better. Please let us know!