View Poll Results: How is mail pushed to your phone?

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  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync

    60 81.08%
  • Easysync or other compatiable Lotus Notes Offering

    0 0%
  • BlackBerry Connect+Blackberry Enterprise Server

    2 2.70%
  • Emoze

    2 2.70%
  • Seven Beta

    10 13.51%
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Thread: How do you get your Mail pushed to your phone?

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    How do you get your Mail pushed to your phone?

    Thought it would be interesting to see the distribution of corporate systems such as Exchange or Lotus Notes vs. consumer offerings like Emoze and the Seven (eternal) beta.
    Last edited by Urthwhyte; 04-23-2008 at 01:53 PM. Reason: Title had a typo

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    LOL @ Lotus Notes
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    Quote Originally Posted by richy240
    LOL @ Lotus Notes
    I was thinking we could send the people who use Lotus Notes a sympathy package.

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    I can't believe Notes is still alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TruBlu01
    I can't believe Notes is still alive.
    It's alive and well in the land of platforms nobody knows how to support.

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    SEVEN all the way

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    I've heard good things about SEVEN, but never actually used it as it doesn't have support for any of my backup devices. Does it have support for reconciliation of read mail?

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    I use FlexMail + Gmail's IMAP. It works quite well and is a lot better than the built-in Outlook

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    +1 on Flexmail + Gmail IMAP. I just started using this setup after trying all the other push alternatives. I didn't like Flexmail 2007, but the FM4 beta works great and I get my emails just as quickly as I did with mail2web exchange. This is a piece of software I will definitely purchase when it becomes available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urthwhyte
    I was thinking we could send the people who use Lotus Notes a sympathy package.
    Only if the sympathy package contains alcohol. I use Notes at work and it BLOWS!! Our IT people won't switch to Outlook or anything else though, they say "you can do so much with Notes." Whatever. In my experience you can do a lot with it but it does nothing WELL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigE4284
    Only if the sympathy package contains alcohol. I use Notes at work and it BLOWS!! Our IT people won't switch to Outlook or anything else though, they say "you can do so much with Notes." Whatever. In my experience you can do a lot with it but it does nothing WELL.
    I support/run Exchange servers for small businesses, so I obviously have a bias against Lotus Notes, but there is actually a lot you can do with it if you dig into the backend with support for storing documents and whatnot, but Exchange+Outlook is easier to support by a mile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urthwhyte
    I support/run Exchange servers for small businesses, so I obviously have a bias against Lotus Notes, but there is actually a lot you can do with it if you dig into the backend with support for storing documents and whatnot, but Exchange+Outlook is easier to support by a mile.
    I don't pretend to know "your side of the server" so to speak. I just know that from a user standpoint the program is crap. It's rare to go a day without hearing someone cursing Notes while trying to do a very simple task.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigE4284
    I don't pretend to know "your side of the server" so to speak. I just know that from a user standpoint the program is crap. It's rare to go a day without hearing someone cursing Notes while trying to do a very simple task.
    Last time I used notes was 6.something and i remember it being a complete pain to support and use, so I guess things haven't changed much since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urthwhyte
    Last time I used notes was 6.something and i remember it being a complete pain to support and use, so I guess things haven't changed much since then.
    Dude...that's what WE'RE STILL USING! 6.5 I think, it's horrible. And I don't work for a small company.

    Oh, worse yet, we're a technology company.

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