1. rgshah3's Avatar
    Is there any 3rd party email app for our phones? Free app preferred
    07-20-12 03:12 PM
  2. sedalia066's Avatar
    E-Mail++ does a very fine job. Not free but worth every penny.
    07-20-12 03:14 PM
  3. rgshah3's Avatar
    E-Mail++ does a very fine job. Not free but worth every penny.
    Its works on only wifi? I don't have a BIS plan
    07-20-12 03:28 PM
  4. sedalia066's Avatar
    The dev is very responsive. Try contacting him for an answer to WiFi only. Beats me but my best guess is yes.
    07-20-12 08:06 PM
  5. Wolle's Avatar
    Try Logicmail -> LogicMail for BlackBerry
    It works fine with WiFi and it's free.
    07-21-12 10:32 AM
  6. kraski's Avatar
    Its works on only wifi? I don't have a BIS plan
    Email++ is a great app. But it doesn't replace your normal email client, it enhances it. And, unless I'm missing something, none of the enhancements have anything to do with method of transport.
    07-21-12 12:11 PM
  7. rgshah3's Avatar
    Try Logicmail -> LogicMail for BlackBerry
    It works fine with WiFi and it's free.
    Do you have the settings for gmail? This fails to connect to gmail
    07-21-12 03:22 PM
  8. Wolle's Avatar
    The settings should be
    - for incoming mails:
    Server: imap.gmail.com
    use SSL
    Port: 993
    User name: your Gmail address "yourname@gmail.com"
    Password: your password

    -for outgoing mails:
    Server: smtp.gmail.com
    use SSL and PLAIN
    Port: 465
    User name: your Gmail address "yourname@gmail.com"
    Password: your password
    07-23-12 12:47 PM
  9. awolsa's Avatar
    Hi Wolle ( or anyone else who can answer this )
    I'm trying to setup IMAP mail using our Davmail server. The only difference in the setup is that the port mappings have been changed for security and other reasons like the existing ports are used, and for the love of Mike I can't find any concrete example of setting up mail with a different port number. ( I tried servername:10143 but this doesn't work - it does work on Android and IOS devices )
    Your post hints that port numbers can be specified, if this is true where can I find it?
    Thanks
    Al
    11-05-12 10:29 AM
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