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Does the Dare, Krave & Voyager have "push" e-mail?

Discussion in 'Verizon Wireless Forum' started by CRC, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. CRC

    CRC Senior Member
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    My contract with T-Mobile is up on May-1st. Considering a switch back to Verizon then. Currently a BlackBerry user, but trying to see if there are different options. Like the idea of being able to view V-Cast video clips...can't do that on the BB's. Also would save me a few bucks over a BB plan. (V-Cast $15 + $5 e-mail, correct?) Could then get a $5 text plan to total = $25 extra over voice plan vs $29 BB + $5 text = about $35 more. Save $10?

    I know the Dare, Krave & Voyager say they have "e-mail clients", does it or can it be set up to push the e-mails in automatically? Or would I have to sign in to AOL each time, then pull in the e-mail's? I've been told by some they have to be "pulled" in, a manager @ the VZW store in SF told me that for these phones, they can be "pushed" in. What's correct?

    Thanks much in advance!
     
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  2. scottb

    scottb Bronze Senior Member
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    For the phones you mentioned, you can use the VZW Mobile Email client. It won't push email, but it does give you a notification that you have new mail. You then have to go fetch the mail. I found the notifications to be erratic--sometimes I would get them within a half-hour, sometimes two hours. I ended up just forwarding a text message to my handset for each email I received. This method works well if you have unlimited messaging.
     
  3. josephd

    josephd Tomorrow is another day.
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    So I guess it is not just AT&T, I have that exact same problem.
     

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