1. anon(9228075)'s Avatar
    We are moving our company email to the google apps platform and in the midst of this I switched from Motorola Droid turbo to the Note 5. I had used TypeMail (old Bluemail) on my Droid but didn't install it here right away because was going to use the Gmail app for mail once moved over. But there was delay so instead of downloading typemail I setup my mail on the note 5 to the standard Samsung Mail Client... And I have to say, I'm very impressed!

    It's really great, many more features than what I had been using. Fast and some really neat features like setting your sync schedule by day and time -- for example, can have it sync every 15 minutes Monday - Friday from 8 - 5 and then every 2 hours after 5 and on weekends, etc... Very cool.

    And the interface is good, etc, etc.. If you haven't tried it, then give it a shot.
    09-16-2015 03:28 PM
  2. TheDonJ77's Avatar
    We are moving our company email to the google apps platform and in the midst of this I switched from Motorola Droid turbo to the Note 5. I had used TypeMail (old Bluemail) on my Droid but didn't install it here right away because was going to use the Gmail app for mail once moved over. But there was delay so instead of downloading typemail I setup my mail on the note 5 to the standard Samsung Mail Client... And I have to say, I'm very impressed!

    It's really great, many more features than what I had been using. Fast and some really neat features like setting your sync schedule by day and time -- for example, can have it sync every 15 minutes Monday - Friday from 8 - 5 and then every 2 hours after 5 and on weekends, etc... Very cool.

    And the interface is good, etc, etc.. If you haven't tried it, then give it a shot.
    I actually have just switched from the native Gmail app to the stock app and I like it a lot. Clean interface, sync options and the ability to utilize the S-Pen for air view and hover features are an added bonus.

    Sent from my SM-N920T using Tapatalk
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    09-16-2015 10:38 PM
  3. anon(9228075)'s Avatar
    I actually have just switched from the native Gmail app to the stock app and I like it a lot. Clean interface, sync options and the ability to utilize the S-Pen for air view and hover features are an added bonus.

    Sent from my SM-N920T using Tapatalk
    Yes. All of the above.

    Also found another tonight. Priority senders. You can select priority senders and you have a priority sender button you can click on and it will show all emails from those people denoted as "priority".

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    09-16-2015 11:34 PM
  4. BergerKing's Avatar
    Used to use the Yahoo Mail app to handle my Yahoo account, but now use it and my Mobile Nations email account via the stock email app. I like it much better, doesn't lag down like the Yahoo app tended to do, so I use it now, as well.
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    09-17-2015 12:18 AM
  5. TheDonJ77's Avatar
    Yes. All of the above.

    Also found another tonight. Priority senders. You can select priority senders and you have a priority sender button you can click on and it will show all emails from those people denoted as "priority".

    Posted via the Android Central App
    Thanks for the tip

    Sent from my SM-N920T using Tapatalk
    09-17-2015 12:23 AM
  6. calicocat2010's Avatar
    I checked out the stock, but TypeMail is just better, in my opinion. They have this new Cluster feature, which gathers all Incoming email From the sender and or newsletters automatically. No more moving emails manually to different individual folders.
    09-17-2015 01:04 AM
  7. nokia4life's Avatar
    does Google now work with the stock app for shipping and other features that were utilized when using Gmail.

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    09-17-2015 03:56 AM
  8. BarryH_GEG's Avatar
    For those on Gmail for business, use ActiveSync to set up the account. It's true push that way.
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    09-17-2015 09:19 AM
  9. beh's Avatar
    I used AquaMail for years but was difficult to set up for non-gmail/outlook mail servers. So when BlueMail/TypeMail came out for Android I changed because of the ease of account setup. But TypeMail is very limited compared to AquaMail so I returned to AquaMail. Then someone here pointed out the S pen specific features of the OEM email App. I tried it and it the very best and it allows use of the S pen for many useful features. Since I purchased the Note series specifically because the S pen makes it a great business smartphone the current OEM email app is fantastic.
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    09-17-2015 08:45 PM
  10. anon(9228075)'s Avatar
    I used AquaMail for years but was difficult to set up for non-gmail/outlook mail servers. So when BlueMail/TypeMail came out for Android I changed because of the ease of account setup. But TypeMail is very limited compared to AquaMail so I returned to AquaMail. Then someone here pointed out the S pen specific features of the OEM email App. I tried it and it the very best and it allows use of the S pen for many useful features. Since I purchased the Note series specifically because the S pen makes it a great business smartphone the current OEM email app is fantastic.
    Agree

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    09-17-2015 10:10 PM
  11. anon(9652351)'s Avatar
    I would like to use the stock email app for our corporate exchange active sync email but as always it never has and probably never will display inline embedded images. Our company sends tons of screen shots and emails with images (not attachments). All I see in the email body with the Note 5 stock email app are a bunch of empty outlined white boxes with little question marks in the center of the box. Of course I have checked "display images" and "show images" but nothing works. I do use 9 Mail and it displays everything!!
    09-18-2015 10:16 AM
  12. dafuse's Avatar
    I would like to use the stock email app for our corporate exchange active sync email but as always it never has and probably never will display inline embedded images. Our company sends tons of screen shots and emails with images (not attachments). All I see in the email body with the Note 5 stock email app are a bunch of empty outlined white boxes with little question marks in the center of the box. Of course I have checked "display images" and "show images" but nothing works. I do use 9 Mail and it displays everything!!
    that sucks. Mine works just fine, always has (GN2, GN3, GN4, and now, GN5). I turn off the setting for "Show Images", but when I ask it to show the images in an individual email (inline images), they show up. I sync to the corporate Outlook 365.

    I haven't found anything compelling enough in other email apps to make me want to ditch the S Pen support advantage of the Samsung client. I'm happy with it. Even with the new changes where you basically have to select an email twice to see it fully when in conversation mode.
    09-18-2015 10:42 AM
  13. anon(9652351)'s Avatar
    For Dafuse...We use Lotus Notes 8.5....SUCKS!!!!!
    09-18-2015 11:09 AM

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