anyone know: send & receive every minute??

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  1. pokerking13

    pokerking13 New Member

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    anyone know: send & receive every minute??

    Anyone know how to change the email sync to every minute instead of every 15min? I'd like to get emails quicker...
  2. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    best you can do by default is 15 min
    if you are a verizon customer you can use wireless sync
    or if not you can look for any email push service: mail2web, flexmail (which overwrites the existing message center can be set to whatever time you want) and quite a few other programs
    just search the forum for 'email push' and you will find somethings that suit your needs
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    pokerking13 New Member

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    Thanks for the info..

    I am a verizon customer - Can I program it to sync every minute or do I have to manually click the icon?
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    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    you can program wireless sync to sync 'real time'

    start--wireless sync to setup the program
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    You don't want to try it every minute. My wife wanted her e-mail faster on her desktop so she set Outlook to check her e-mail every minute. Well then our internet got a little slow and she got on quite a few mailing lists and all of a sudden it took more than one minute to check her e-mail and outlook was dumb enough to try opening another session and would error out when the mail server denied the second connection.
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    it's kind of surprising unless you already know but syncing that often will drain the battery like it is going out of style :}

    and wireless sync, yea i guess it works but i do not agree w/ Scott that is it real time (that maybe in theory).. i have used it for a short while and was not impressed by the speed of incoming messages + even though the server pushes the mail it would still consume quite some battery power.

    just my 5cts.
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    hey there, I'm not affiliated with these guys but consilient push has a pull system that checks every minute, I think the free version is ad supported, I've recieved 1 ad email in almost a month. I have noticed a battery drain from it of course, but it's not a problem for me. And it has been the easiest system for gmail to handle for me. www.consilientpush.com
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    You could also try PushEffect. Works quite well and won't kill your battery with scheduled mail checks:

    www.qorefunctions.com

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