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Yahoo! mail now optimized for iPad

Yahoo! mail now optimized for iPad

Yahoo! has released an HTML5 iPad friendly version of its mobile webmail. Faster and more reliable: If you’re offline, Yahoo! Mail uses local caching capabilities to help you access and search your messages even without an internet connection. Smart: You can find and organize your messages using...

How's iOS 4 ActiveSync (Exchange/Google Sync) working for you?

So how's iOS 4 Active Sync working for you? iOS 4 allows multiple ActiveSync accounts, meaning iPhone users can finally have their work Exchange setup alongside Google Sync, for example. I've got both Exchange (2003) and Google Sync (Google Accounts) set up on both an iPhone 4 and an iPhone 3GS,...
TiPb Live Podcast #94 -- iPhone 4.0-boy!

TiPb Live Podcast #94 -- iPhone 4.0-boy!

Our podcast feed Download Directly Subscribe via iTunes Join Rene, Phil, and Keith for post-iPhone 4.0 event analysis on multitasking, app folders, iBooks for iPhone, Game Center social network, mail enhancements, enterprise enhancements, iAds, and more. Listen in! Want to be part of...
Apple updates Mail in iPhone 4.0 with unified inbox, multiple Exchange accounts, threaded messages

Apple updates Mail in iPhone 4.0 with unified inbox, multiple Exchange accounts, threaded messages

As part of the iPhone 4.0 announcement today, Apple introduced an updated Mail app that includes (as rumored) support for a unified inbox (so all your new home, work, etc. email shows up in one place). Also introduced was threaded conversation, multiple Exchange accounts (hello Exchange + Google...
What will we get in iPhone 4.0?

What will we get in iPhone 4.0?

Tomorrow at 10pm PT, 1pm ET, Steve Jobs puts sneaker to stage and, along with SVP of iPhone software, Scott Forstall, gives us a sneak preview of the highly anticipated iPhone 4.0. No one outside Apple knows exactly what new features and paradigms iPhone 4.0 will offer. However, tradition demands...
How to: Search Old MobileMe Mail on the Server

How to: Search Old MobileMe Mail on the Server

Apple's lone outstretched hand to the social web, the MobileMe News "blog" is back with another helpful hint for users, this time about using iPhone 3.0 to search older email on the server: select your Inbox or another folder from your MobileMe Mail account and access the search field by...
Want iPhone Cut/Copy and Paste via Bookmarklet?

Want iPhone Cut/Copy and Paste via Bookmarklet?

The previous attempt to make an end run around the iPhone's lack of cut/copy and paste involved shared code called OpenClip and relied on a loophole Apple closed in iPhone OS 2.1 This latest tilt at the text editing windmill targets only 2 apps instead: Pastebud—as the service is called—works...
iPhone 2.1 Bug Watch: SMS Security and Mail Phishing/Spamming

iPhone 2.1 Bug Watch: SMS Security and Mail Phishing/Spamming

Reader Karl writes in to let us know his twelve year old son discovered a glitch in SMS security: Being security conscious he turned on the passcode lock and disabled SMS Preview. [...] If a message is received during the passcode entry or while the screen is locked, a generic message of “New...
Got "Fetch"? POP/IMAP Email Broken in iPhone 2.1?

Got "Fetch"? POP/IMAP Email Broken in iPhone 2.1?

As opposed to "push" style ActiveSynch, MobileMe, or Yahoo! iPhone mail, traditional POP or IMAP accounts, like Gmail or ISP mail, needs to "fetch", or check the server on a certain schedule to see if there are new messages. Reader Mike wrote in pointing us to a thread on the Apple Discussion...
iPhone 2.0: Hands-On!

iPhone 2.0: Hands-On!

Engadget honcho Ryan Block got his techie mitts on a pre-release version of the iPhone 2.0 firmware, and here are the highlights (and lowlights!): Exchange over Wi-Fi is not instantaneous (!). No contact search he could find. New button in Calendar don't do nothing for him yet. App Store error's...
iPhone 2.0: Mass Mail Delete, PPT Quickview... and Spotlight?!

iPhone 2.0: Mass Mail Delete, PPT Quickview... and Spotlight?!

Apple's Thursday press release (via Ars Technica), while big on Enterprise and chock-full of SDK goodness, also snuck in some new, long sought-after features for one of the built-in apps: MobileMail (Mail Touch?). In addition to these new iPhone network and security features, the beta iPhone 2.0...
Gmail is Enabling IMAP

Gmail is Enabling IMAP

Google has been enabling IMAP access for everyone that has been using GMail. IMAP, like POP, is a method of downloading mail from a mail service. POP works really well if you just use one computer, but it's a nightmare if you use more than one. And you know, the iPhone is a lot like a computer,...

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