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Old 09-17-2008, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1) does AOL email work well with Blackberry push email? I can get email but I not sure if it sends out as my aol address because when I go to the sent folder on mail.aol.com I dont see the email in there. Like with my yahoo account I can see the sent messages that I sent via blackberry email at mail.yahoo.com.
2) So I listen to radio stations on my phone as I drive around. I have a device in the lighter socket that takes the radio via Bluetooth and retransmits it over FM to my car stereo. This always works great along a strectch of I95 south of Philadelphia. Last night their where 5 large semi trucks ( 18 wheelers whatever you want to call them) back to back in one lane. So I pass them in the left lane and everytime I pass the cabin where the driver is for each truck my radio station muted then would come back right away as I passed the cabin where the driver is. Do trucker have some sort of jammer or something in their trucks? It was interesting to see this happen. I just curious if anyone knows about this.

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Old 09-17-2008, 10:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1. Yes, AOL and RIM push email work well. However, AOL is not an IMAP mail server and you won't get reconciled sent messages such as you do on Yahoo.

2. Don't know. I wonder if it has something to with either their own radio signal blocking your low power FM transmitter, or their radar or radar blocker?
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Maybe radar blockers are closer to bluetooth frequency. That possible that it might be some harmonic of the frequency too. Maybe.
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