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Inside MobileMe iPhone Mail

Inside MobileMe iPhone Mail

Posted August 12, 2008 at 9:47am by iClarified
AppleInsider has posted an in depth look at the MobileMe upgrades to .Mac email on the iPhone and rapid push updating.

The original iPhone software supported push email through Yahoo but .Mac email functioned like any other standard IMAP account on the iPhone. With the new 2.0 update, there's now support for Exchange Server via ActiveSync, offering push email, contacts, and calendar. MobileMe similarly now provides push email, contacts, and calendar, along with bookmark updates.

On the iPhone, Apple distinguishes between "Push," for automatic updates that are delivered as they appear, and "Fetch" checking for new updates on a schedule: hourly, every 30 minutes, every fifteen minutes, or only manually. MobileMe allows for all its message types to be delivered as push, or to be set to a fetch schedule just like a normal IMAP email account.

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Tit - August 12, 2008 at 5:28pm
How many times do you want to post about the same thing, this the third time you have blogged about this
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