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heinzmac

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I just purchased a T-Mobile Dash in order to keep up with my emails. I travel quite a bit internationally, so my roaming charges have been quite high. I have recently purchased several local SIMS cards at the countries where I travel the most to try to cut down on the roaming charges. However, my T-Mobile pushmail does not work when I switch out the SIMS card. Is there a pushmail service out there that can work with any/all service providers? I can manually send/receive, but that gets to be a pain after a while. Thanks in advance!

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I just purchased a T-Mobile Dash in order to keep up with my emails. I travel quite a bit internationally, so my roaming charges have been quite high. I have recently purchased several local SIMS cards at the countries where I travel the most to try to cut down on the roaming charges. However, my T-Mobile pushmail does not work when I switch out the SIMS card. Is there a pushmail service out there that can work with any/all service providers? I can manually send/receive, but that gets to be a pain after a while. Thanks in advance!


Take a look at mail2web.com

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Take a look at mail2web.com


Thank you

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http://4smartphone.net is a great service...

I just purchased a T-Mobile Dash in order to keep up with my emails. I travel quite a bit internationally, so my roaming charges...


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i use the service at 4smartphone.net they run an exchange server & it works amazingly. it's real push & no ads & doesn't use any funky sms thing.

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i use the service at 4smartphone.net they run an exchange server & it works amazingly. it's real push & no ads & doesn't use any funky sms thing.



I use mail2web and it works great....

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Hosted services are fine, if you want to run your own domain and have more direct control over the whole thing you can have a look at Kerio mailserver - they licensed activesync from ms and offer native push mail support, just like exchange.

http://www.kerio.co....activesync.html

A 10 user license starts at £220 ..... A bit better than Exchange :)

HTH

David

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