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    Default droid bionic email

    Help. I have searched and clicked all around and about about to ask a really dense question.

    How to set up and USE email on a Droid Bionic? I am stuck in a set up screen. I have set up email accounts for Godaddy and for Gmail. There is a Gmail icon and that works fine. But for the life of me, I cannot figure out how to CHECK and READ email on this device. The settings are entered, but all I end up doing is looking at the settings screen. No where can I find how to check and read email for this GoDaddy account. Gmail works fine.

    Help? I have tried to find tutorials on this but they all show how to set up an account. Not view email.
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    Default Re: droid bionic email

    In your app drawer, there should be a generic email app with an icon that looks like an envelope. That's where you should be able to find email accounts you setup aside from Gmail. If you don't see that app, check that the selection box in the upper left of the app drawer screen is set to all apps. If it's set to something else like a custom set of apps, the email app could simply be hidden.
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    Throwing my two cents in here: Search the Play Store for MailDroid. MailDroid let's you have POP3 accounts and emails from other services besides Gmail, plus it's super customizable.

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    Ah, very good to hear a review of one of these apps. I had given up and just had email forwarded to gmail, then pull the gmail account down. I don't like the idea, but it works.

    Will give this app a go. Was also trying to stay away from POP3 but if it works, hey... why not give it a go.

    Thank you! For your reply....

    Quote Originally Posted by xpcjx87 View Post
    Throwing my two cents in here: Search the Play Store for MailDroid. MailDroid let's you have POP3 accounts and emails from other services besides Gmail, plus it's super customizable.

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