Deanus2004

Automatic Send/Receive - Hotmail

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Deanus2004    0

I have set me sky and BT Internet to automatically send and receive every 30 mins but Windows Live settings do not give me this option - canit be done any other way?

Thanks

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Webreaper    0
I have set me sky and BT Internet to automatically send and receive every 30 mins but Windows Live settings do not give me this option - canit be done any other way?

Thanks

Hotmail probably has the ability to download your email to a POP3 client, so you could just set up a POP account on your handset and have it download every 30 mins. They might even support IMAP. I have no idea as I use gmail. ;)

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Confucious    1
Hotmail probably has the ability to download your email to a POP3 client,

Not unless you pay - or, like me, started using POP3 for your hotmail a few years ago before they realised they could charge...

Try Seven Beta

But why every 30 mins not push?

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Deanus2004    0
Not unless you pay - or, like me, started using POP3 for your hotmail a few years ago before they realised they could charge...

Try Seven Beta

But why every 30 mins not push?

Will look at Seven - thanks!

Not sure how to set up push as the options only give me timed intervals?

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Webreaper    0

WTF? You have to pay for POP3? Why would anyone use hotmail then, when Gmail is so much better? !?!? ;)

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Confucious    1

Interesting...

I've just downloaded Live Messenger 2009 (Beta) and it installs outlook connector so you can access your webmail through outlook....

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