This is a discussion on Good email app within the iPad for Business and Education forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Bossman I doubt you will find much as most people like the standard app. Best of luck in finding something though. Well ...
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If your like me and you use your iPad/iPhone as your primary resource for viewing emails and you have multiple accounts with a large volume of emails incoming daily, then you will LOVE this program. It features both mass read and delete functions (no more checking every single email body to delete). Folders are easy to create and easy to use.
Yes, I do!! Sometimes the iPad mail app isn't always working as I sometimes get an error message stating the password is incorrect or I need to look up old mail, etc. I actually have several gmail apps - g whizz which contains all of the google apps I use as well as several others, safe gmail app, etc.Originally Posted by Twiddles
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I'm not sure what email provider you are using, but Gmail has an app which is simply called "Gmail". I know a couple of guys currently working at MacWorld who switched the native Mail app on the iPad to the new Gmail app. Unless you know how to proper set up an exchange account, you won't have to bother anymore since the Gmail app has push "from the start" so to speak. I suggest you check it out, it's awesome. And if you have the same app linked to your account on several iOS devices, they sync with eachother so you don't have to read the unread mail several times, on each and every iOS device.
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I'm looking for an alternative email app for an iPad 2. My specific need is for an app that will allow me to set a "reply to" address that is different from my send address. Alternatively, I need a client that implements a "get before send" authentication protocol. Either capability would work for me, but the standard mail app doesn't support either one.
Hi. I am new here but am looking for a solution to email from multiple accounts.
I can set up exchange and my pop/imap accounts on the standard mail app, but have bought Altamail as it has more useful features...but
I cannot get the exchange mail to work. I can access my mail using outlook via web browser (so it supports OWA ), but I can't find the right settings to enter into the Altamail OWA profile.
Has anyone been able to use this app for exchange emails?
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These are the few more free email apps for ipad 2 - iMailG App for iPad, Yahoo! Mail App for iPad, Outlook Reflex for iPad, pst Mail Lite for iPad. I generally use iMailG App , it is best for Gmail users because it is loaded with several added services including calendar, tasks, news reader, photos, documents viewer and so much more. Other great features on iMailG App for iPad include auto saving of draft mails, an assigned badge to identify unread mails, in-mail text search function and password protection among others.
the gmail App works well, although i think they stopped support for it.
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