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    Question about mail
    So right now It checks my mail when I click the app. Any way for it to check a set amount of times throughout the day so i dont have to keep clicking it to check my mail without setting up an exchange server?

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    Settings>Fetch New Data>Push ( turn it to on, IF it applies to your email)

    -or- if you don't have push--

    Settings>Fetch New Data>Fetch (set it to the desired time) AND THEN >advanced and set the email to either: Push, or Fetch
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    great! thanks you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyphos View Post
    great! thanks you
    No problem
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    I will be extraordinary"

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