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Old 04-19-2011, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I am after an app that I can read my home emails on (works Blackberry) so not not want them mixed.

My Blackberry is a 8310 and does not have wifi

I have tried the logicmail app which looked good but can get it to run - always fails with unable to connect

my email account is not gmail or yahoo

Can anyone help me

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Only option I know is to access email through the browser, if your email service provides access via a web browser, and if it works well enough on the BlackBerry browser.
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