- 02-08-2013, 11:47 PM #376
- 02-08-2013, 11:52 PM #377
- 02-09-2013, 12:03 AM #378
Re: BB10 does not have push email?
that's why this thread is such a sonofab****. lol.
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- 02-09-2013, 12:06 AM #379
- 02-09-2013, 12:15 AM #381
- 02-09-2013, 12:24 AM #382
- 02-09-2013, 01:03 AM #383
- 02-09-2013, 01:07 AM #384
And again - you had the "push" slider turned on when you manually configured the yahoo account, correct?
EDIT: Yahoo uses a proprietary push protocol that BB10 does not support at this time. (Yahoo does not have support for IMAP IDLE)
Last edited by Omnitech; 03-03-2013 at 02:12 AM. Reason: Correct Yahoo misinformation.
- 02-09-2013, 03:37 AM #385
Second time, I went to advanced and chose IMAP, and used the rim imap server from your post. Push was on for sure.
Just now, I went to advanced and chose Yahoo Mail, and it defaulted to imap.mail.yahoo.com like you said. Push is on for sure. I just sent two emails (one from gmail, one from hotmail) to my yahoo account and they both arrived on my computer within a minute but neither are on my phone yet.
Like I said earlier, the same test and I get emails almost instantly with gmail, and still very quick with hotmail (within a couple minutes), but this doesn't seem to work with yahoo for some reason... unfortunately it's the email I use the most.
- 02-09-2013, 06:18 AM #386
- 02-09-2013, 10:57 AM #387
Wow I actually read this whole convoluted thread.
I am not happy with the email experience so far and and looking for options.
Here is my real world experience with my Z10 coming from Bold 9900 (and many BlackBerry before that) on BIS.
I have 2 main Gmail accounts and a outlook com (that I don't really use). On the 9900, all mail was instant as everyone knows. I have sent test emails to all my accounts from both corporate exchange emails and other Gmail accounts. I also ccd my wife's Gmail on her curve. The curve still got all tests within seconds. My Gmail took 12 and 45 minutes to show up on the Z10! Outlook com took 7 and 8 minutes.
I do have the I map push setting turned on and 15 minute sync setup.
I get that BIS is gone.
I get that Google is screwing BlackBerry with the dropping of easy support.
Without rehashing the whole thread back to me, can someone give me some real options to have some faster email like I had on BIS?
Someone mentioned hosted exchange servers. If I switch to paid Gmail will it help?
Are there better options(other providers, setting parameters)?
I find that this is crazy that my colleagues iphone gets their Gmail instantly and my shiny new BlackBerry is missing half of an email conversation
I won't even get into the fact that switching to imap caused me to delete quite a few emails by accident since I was used to deleting some off the BlackBerry and seeing them later in Gmail Web client.
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- 02-09-2013, 11:51 PM #390
Users who subscribe to Google Apps can integrate there mobile account as ActiveSync where the default would normally a combination of IMAP/CalDAV/CardDAV. To complete this perform the following steps on the BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
Swipe down from the top bezel
Select Add Account
Select Advanced at the bottom of the screen
Select Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
Complete all desired and required fields - Server address: m.google.com and Port:443
Select desired PIM items for Synchronization
KB33472-How to integrate Google Apps accounts as ActiveSync
- 02-10-2013, 06:44 AM #391
And it's still quite mysterious to me why some Z10 owners claim that Gmail and Yahoo messages come in virtually instanteously, and others appear to claim it's on a 15-minute polling cycle, even with "push" enabled. (The only thing I could guess would be that they unwittingly set the account to use POP3 rather than IMAP, but given people's statements so far that doesn't seem extremely likely.)
- 02-10-2013, 07:13 AM #392
I am getting very similar results as omnitech. My gmail and outlook are set up using active sync but they're still taking 5-10 minutes to get to my Z10. Both are set up as push. Doesn't make any sense to me.
- 02-10-2013, 10:13 AM #393
Please see this thread about this : Mystery solved - re: push email sync times
- 02-10-2013, 02:12 PM #394
My Head Hurts
Ok, I have read through most of this thread as well as others on the BB forum and am so confused as to whether I can get my Yahoo email to push immediately. So far I have had no such luck in doing so and it is checking every 15 minutes. Yes, I have the bar slid over to "Use Push if Supported". When I go into my email settings it shows the Server Address as rim.imap.mail.yahoo.com Port 993 and there is nothing in the IMAP Path Prefix. There is also info in the SMTP Server Address/Username/Port but I have not entered anything into the Update SMTP Password box. I would like to simply have my email push like it always has and was wondering if that is possible or if I am going to have to switch my email over to using a Google App account and using the Active Sync. I am so lost and am not a techie so my head is starting to hurt and am just looking for a step by step process for making my Yahoo account push instantly like it used to. I am in real estate and any delay can be costly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- 02-11-2013, 01:46 AM #395
- 02-11-2013, 02:48 AM #398
People for God sake, set up your Gmail as EAS, issue solved, Google dropped support for new accounts, current users are not affected.
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- 02-11-2013, 05:49 AM #399
Instead of some posters just claiming that we are BlackBerry heretics for posting a real issue with some theories based on real test, perhaps they could be a bit more helpful.
The EAS suggestion is valid but the way it is phrased leaves a bit to be desired.
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- 02-11-2013, 11:22 AM #400
Getting older Flagship Android phones + Exchange Online + Base Level Lync Online Communication services was often cheaper than going BB + Exchange + BES. This is why RIM struck that deal with Microsoft to get BES on Hosted Exchange - I think for free (or very cheap). It was quite prohibitive.
Large[r] enterprise customers usually manage their own servers for these things.
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