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Which email programs in JJ R9 ?

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Hi !

I'm experimenting some imap email program for Froyo 2.2

I don't understad which version comes with the JJR9.

The "vanilla" install shows two imap client: Gmail and "email".

Is the "email" app the "improved email" app found on appbrain ?

How does it compare with "improved email " ?

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Stock android (and JJ) comes with both email and gmail. GMail only handles gmail accounts, mail can add whatever. Improved Email just sounds like a 3rd party mail client. If you're asking which is better, it's just down to personal preference.

I use Seven, it's a non-market beta app you have to sign up for.

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"Email" is for POP3 emails (not sure if it supports SMTP too) while "gmail" is online for gmail mail accounts

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So it seems that JJR9 comes with the stock imap Email client.

I checked in the shops other android phone, and all seems to use the same app.

I can ensure that E-mail app manage IMAP --and-- POP3. I personally use it for one of my account; I use also K9 for another IMAP account.

I checked on many sites, and the improved_email seems a gratis program, very well known and suggested.

But I cannot understand the benefit over the stock Email program....

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So it seems that JJR9 comes with the stock imap Email client.

I checked in the shops other android phone, and all seems to use the same app.

I can ensure that E-mail app manage IMAP --and-- POP3. I personally use it for one of my account; I use also K9 for another IMAP account.

I checked on many sites, and the improved_email seems a gratis program, very well known and suggested.

But I cannot understand the benefit over the stock Email program....

Improved Email at one time was the better choice because stock email had a security bug with Exchange. Latest stock email app works fine with Exchange. Improved email also has a homescreen widget that can display number of unread emails, stock email does not. LauncherPro has a feature for displaying unread email in the drawer, but this is only for Gmail not the stock email app. I always remove gmail.apk from all the roms because the stock email app can do pop3, IMAP and Exchange so gmail seems superfluous.

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