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    I'm curious to know what schedule everyone is using to sync/download email, and if you notice battery improvement with less frequent syncing.
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    I'm using IMAP so e-mail is pushed as it arrives, same with the native g-mail app. I will tell you I've gone 16 hours on 1/2 a battery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERDude View Post
    I'm using IMAP so e-mail is pushed as it arrives, same with the native g-mail app. I will tell you I've gone 16 hours on 1/2 a battery.
    OK, I've been using the other email app. Maybe I'll try your way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERDude View Post
    I'm using IMAP so e-mail is pushed as it arrives, same with the native g-mail app. I will tell you I've gone 16 hours on 1/2 a battery.

    Which email app is this that does push?
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    Quote Originally Posted by unixpsycho View Post
    Which email app is this that does push?
    The built in email client doesn't support IMAP IDLE which is what most people mean when they say "push". I can't confirm whether exchange push is supported because I don't use Exchange.

    There is an app called "K-9 Email Beta" in the market which supports IMAP IDLE but it doesn't syncronize deletes between the phone and the server, and it is beta, so some wonkiness is to be expected. Additionally if you use K-9, you sacrifice the email widget.

    -n8
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    Quote Originally Posted by natrixgli View Post
    The built in email client doesn't support IMAP IDLE which is what most people mean when they say "push". I can't confirm whether exchange push is supported because I don't use Exchange.

    There is an app called "K-9 Email Beta" in the market which supports IMAP IDLE but it doesn't syncronize deletes between the phone and the server, and it is beta, so some wonkiness is to be expected. Additionally if you use K-9, you sacrifice the email widget.

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    ah, ok.

    i was trying K-9 for a while and I like it. But it doesnt seem to support multiple accounts. will have to get the beta a try.

    is IMAP IDLE going to be supported in a future release of Android? like 1.6?
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    I can't say what the future of IDLE support is, but I am honestly shocked that it's not currently available. What year is this?

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