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  1. #1
    Jerry
    Guest
    Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    (mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    cell phone?
    For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?
    OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    ever retrieve it?
    Please post answers to this group?...thanks.

    Jerry





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  2. #2
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cell phone?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    In <[email protected]> on Tue, 9 May 2006 09:21:20 -0700,
    "Jerry" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >(mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >cell phone?
    >For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?


    Only on the website <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>;
    not with a POP3 email client.

    >OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >ever retrieve it?


    When it's closed it's gone.

    Instead I recommend free Google Mail (Gmail), which can be accessed with:
    * Regular web browser
    * POP3 email client (computer or cell phone)
    * Cell phone WAP browser
    Too many good features to list. Highly recommended.

    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  3. #3
    Jerry
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cell phone?

    I've been exploring that <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>
    website, and I'm not sure that we are talking about the same thing
    here...I see no link that would provide what I am seeking:
    My Cingular cell phone service automatically comes with an email
    address ([email protected]), which people can use
    to send an email to my cell phone. I am wondering if there is any way
    to check THAT email on a computer if I don't have my cell phone with
    me.

    >>Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >>(mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >>cell phone?
    >>For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >>phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >>cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >>thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >>option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?

    >
    >Only on the website <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>;
    >not with a POP3 email client.
    >
    >>OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >>email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >>service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >>ever retrieve it?

    >
    >When it's closed it's gone.
    >
    >Instead I recommend free Google Mail (Gmail), which can be accessed with:
    >* Regular web browser
    >* POP3 email client (computer or cell phone)
    >* Cell phone WAP browser
    >Too many good features to list. Highly recommended.
    >
    >--
    >Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    >John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>





  4. #4
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cell phone?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    Log in to "Manage your Wireless Internet", then click on "Email".

    In <[email protected]> on Tue, 09 May 2006 19:34:50 GMT, Jerry
    wrote:

    >I've been exploring that <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>
    >website, and I'm not sure that we are talking about the same thing
    >here...I see no link that would provide what I am seeking:
    >My Cingular cell phone service automatically comes with an email
    >address ([email protected]), which people can use
    >to send an email to my cell phone. I am wondering if there is any way
    >to check THAT email on a computer if I don't have my cell phone with
    >me.
    >
    >>>Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >>>(mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >>>cell phone?
    >>>For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >>>phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >>>cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >>>thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >>>option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?

    >>
    >>Only on the website <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>;
    >>not with a POP3 email client.
    >>
    >>>OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >>>email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >>>service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >>>ever retrieve it?

    >>
    >>When it's closed it's gone.
    >>
    >>Instead I recommend free Google Mail (Gmail), which can be accessed with:
    >>* Regular web browser
    >>* POP3 email client (computer or cell phone)
    >>* Cell phone WAP browser
    >>Too many good features to list. Highly recommended.
    >>
    >>--
    >>Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    >>John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>


    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  5. #5
    Stephen R. Conrad
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    Jerry wrote:
    > Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    > (mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    > cell phone?
    > For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    > phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    > cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    > thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    > option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?
    > OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    > email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    > service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    > ever retrieve it?
    > Please post answers to this group?...thanks.
    >
    > Jerry




    1.Go: "https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net" with your web browser,
    2. Log in
    3. click on "email"

    Steve



  6. #6
    Jerry
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cell phone?

    I registered and then logged onto "Manage your Wireless Internet",
    then clicked on "Email", which took me to Cingular Media's "Email
    Center", but the email address that it is displaying for me is
    [email protected] instead of my cell phone's email address which
    is [email protected].
    I sent a test message to each of the above email addresses, and the
    one to my cell phone wasn't forwarded/transferred/etc. to the Cingular
    Media's "Email Center" [email protected] email address.
    Are you sure that what I am wanting to do is possible?
    On the surface, at least, it appears that this Cingular Media's "Email
    Center" can retrieve messages sent FROM my cell phone but not TO it.


    On Tue, 09 May 2006 20:10:46 GMT, John Navas
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >[POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]
    >
    >Log in to "Manage your Wireless Internet", then click on "Email".
    >
    >In <[email protected]> on Tue, 09 May 2006 19:34:50 GMT, Jerry
    >wrote:
    >
    >>I've been exploring that <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>
    >>website, and I'm not sure that we are talking about the same thing
    >>here...I see no link that would provide what I am seeking:
    >>My Cingular cell phone service automatically comes with an email
    >>address ([email protected]), which people can use
    >>to send an email to my cell phone. I am wondering if there is any way
    >>to check THAT email on a computer if I don't have my cell phone with
    >>me.
    >>
    >>>>Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >>>>(mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >>>>cell phone?
    >>>>For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >>>>phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >>>>cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >>>>thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >>>>option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?
    >>>
    >>>Only on the website <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>;
    >>>not with a POP3 email client.
    >>>
    >>>>OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >>>>email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >>>>service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >>>>ever retrieve it?
    >>>
    >>>When it's closed it's gone.
    >>>
    >>>Instead I recommend free Google Mail (Gmail), which can be accessed with:
    >>>* Regular web browser
    >>>* POP3 email client (computer or cell phone)
    >>>* Cell phone WAP browser
    >>>Too many good features to list. Highly recommended.
    >>>
    >>>--
    >>>Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    >>>John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>

    >
    >--
    >Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    >John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>





  7. #7
    Jerry
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    Does the cellphone have to be turned off for this to work? I
    mean...once the cell phone has already received that message (not even
    read nor deleted, just received), it is then too late to retrieve it
    via that Cingular website?

    This is what I tried:
    I registered and then logged onto "Manage your Wireless Internet",
    then clicked on "Email", which took me to Cingular Media's "Email
    Center", but the email address that it is displaying for me is
    [email protected] instead of my cell phone's email address which
    is [email protected].
    I sent a test message to each of the above email addresses, and the
    one to my cell phone (which DID arrive on my cell phone and I did not
    delete it) wasn't forwarded/transferred/etc. to the Cingular
    Media's "Email Center" [email protected] email address.
    Are you sure that what I am wanting to do is possible?
    On the surface, at least, it appears that this Cingular Media's "Email
    Center" can retrieve messages sent FROM my cell phone but not TO it.
    The only thing I have not tried yet is to turn my cell phone OFF and
    then try emailing to it and then checking for that email on the
    Cingular Media Email site.

    On Tue, 09 May 2006 21:46:43 GMT, "Stephen R. Conrad"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Jerry wrote:
    >> Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >> (mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >> cell phone?
    >> For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >> phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >> cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >> thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >> option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?
    >> OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >> email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >> service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >> ever retrieve it?
    >> Please post answers to this group?...thanks.
    >>
    >> Jerry

    >
    >
    >
    >1.Go: "https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net" with your web browser,
    >2. Log in
    >3. click on "email"
    >
    >Steve





  8. #8
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cell phone?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    * "[email protected]" is your Cingular Email account, which can only be
    retrieved from your phone by WAP (not POP3 or IMAP, so no Email client will
    work), or by means of the Web interface.

    * "[email protected]" is the Email to MMS gateway, used for
    sending MMS (not SMS) messages to your phone by means of Internet email. MMS
    messages are only delivered to the phone (i.e., cannot be retrieved on the Web
    or by any other means).

    For more information, see
    <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ#How_Can_I_Send_Messages_to_Cingular_Phones_by_E-mail.3F>
    or <http://tinyurl.com/85ofh>.

    To summarize:

    * Email messages cannot be sent to a phone other than by Email to messaging
    (SMS or MMS).

    * Email sent to your Cingular email address can only be retrieved by WAP or
    Web, although an SMS alert can be sent to your phone when a new message is
    received.

    * The email client in the phone can be used to retrieve email from an Internet
    email server that supports the necessary POP3 or IMAP access, which Cingular
    email does not.


    In <[email protected]> on Tue, 09 May 2006 22:58:26 GMT,
    Jerry wrote:

    >I registered and then logged onto "Manage your Wireless Internet",
    >then clicked on "Email", which took me to Cingular Media's "Email
    >Center", but the email address that it is displaying for me is
    >[email protected] instead of my cell phone's email address which
    >is [email protected].
    >I sent a test message to each of the above email addresses, and the
    >one to my cell phone wasn't forwarded/transferred/etc. to the Cingular
    >Media's "Email Center" [email protected]r.com email address.
    >Are you sure that what I am wanting to do is possible?
    >On the surface, at least, it appears that this Cingular Media's "Email
    >Center" can retrieve messages sent FROM my cell phone but not TO it.
    >
    >On Tue, 09 May 2006 20:10:46 GMT, John Navas
    ><[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Log in to "Manage your Wireless Internet", then click on "Email".
    >>
    >>In <[email protected]> on Tue, 09 May 2006 19:34:50 GMT, Jerry
    >>wrote:
    >>
    >>>I've been exploring that <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>
    >>>website, and I'm not sure that we are talking about the same thing
    >>>here...I see no link that would provide what I am seeking:
    >>>My Cingular cell phone service automatically comes with an email
    >>>address ([email protected]), which people can use
    >>>to send an email to my cell phone. I am wondering if there is any way
    >>>to check THAT email on a computer if I don't have my cell phone with
    >>>me.
    >>>
    >>>>>Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >>>>>(mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >>>>>cell phone?
    >>>>>For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >>>>>phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >>>>>cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >>>>>thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >>>>>option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?
    >>>>
    >>>>Only on the website <https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net>;
    >>>>not with a POP3 email client.
    >>>>
    >>>>>OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >>>>>email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >>>>>service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >>>>>ever retrieve it?
    >>>>
    >>>>When it's closed it's gone.
    >>>>
    >>>>Instead I recommend free Google Mail (Gmail), which can be accessed with:
    >>>>* Regular web browser
    >>>>* POP3 email client (computer or cell phone)
    >>>>* Cell phone WAP browser
    >>>>Too many good features to list. Highly recommended.
    >>>>
    >>>>--
    >>>>Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    >>>>John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>

    >>
    >>--
    >>Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    >>John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>


    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  9. #9
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    Again:

    * "[email protected]" is your Cingular Email account, which can only be
    retrieved from your phone by WAP (not POP3 or IMAP, so no Email client will
    work), or by means of the Web interface.

    * "[email protected]" is the Email to MMS gateway, used for
    sending MMS (not SMS) messages to your phone by means of Internet email. MMS
    messages are only delivered to the phone (i.e., cannot be retrieved on the Web
    or by any other means).

    For more information, see
    <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ#How_Can_I_Send_Messages_to_Cingular_Phones_by_E-mail.3F>
    or <http://tinyurl.com/85ofh>.

    To summarize:

    * Email messages cannot be sent to a phone other than by Email to messaging
    (SMS or MMS).

    * Email sent to your Cingular email address can only be retrieved by WAP or
    Web, although an SMS alert can be sent to your phone when a new message is
    received.

    * The email client in the phone can be used to retrieve email from an Internet
    email server that supports the necessary POP3 or IMAP access, which Cingular
    email does not.


    In <[email protected]> on Tue, 09 May 2006 23:08:49 GMT,
    Jerry wrote:

    >Does the cellphone have to be turned off for this to work? I
    >mean...once the cell phone has already received that message (not even
    >read nor deleted, just received), it is then too late to retrieve it
    >via that Cingular website?
    >
    >This is what I tried:
    >I registered and then logged onto "Manage your Wireless Internet",
    >then clicked on "Email", which took me to Cingular Media's "Email
    >Center", but the email address that it is displaying for me is
    >[email protected] instead of my cell phone's email address which
    >is [email protected].
    >I sent a test message to each of the above email addresses, and the
    >one to my cell phone (which DID arrive on my cell phone and I did not
    >delete it) wasn't forwarded/transferred/etc. to the Cingular
    >Media's "Email Center" [email protected] email address.
    >Are you sure that what I am wanting to do is possible?
    >On the surface, at least, it appears that this Cingular Media's "Email
    >Center" can retrieve messages sent FROM my cell phone but not TO it.
    >The only thing I have not tried yet is to turn my cell phone OFF and
    >then try emailing to it and then checking for that email on the
    >Cingular Media Email site.
    >
    >On Tue, 09 May 2006 21:46:43 GMT, "Stephen R. Conrad"
    ><[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>Jerry wrote:
    >>> Is it possible to retrieve email from Cingular's email server
    >>> (mycingular.com or mms.mycingular.com or whatever) other than by using a
    >>> cell phone?
    >>> For example, if I was traveling and someone sent an urgent email to my cell
    >>> phone email address ([email protected]) and I didn't have my
    >>> cell phone with me, could I use a computer to retrieve that email, either
    >>> thru an email program or thru a Cingular email website, or is the only
    >>> option to wait until I get home to retrieve the email with my cell phone?
    >>> OR, what if you cancel your Cingular service and someone sends an important
    >>> email to your (now inactive) cell phone's email address the day after your
    >>> service is cancelled?...what happens to that email?...is there any way to
    >>> ever retrieve it?
    >>> Please post answers to this group?...thanks.
    >>>
    >>> Jerry

    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>1.Go: "https://www.cingular.com/media/media_net" with your web browser,
    >>2. Log in
    >>3. click on "email"
    >>
    >>Steve


    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  10. #10
    Austinman
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    In other words, save yourself a lot of heart ache and don't use the Cingular
    e-mail address. As, John suggested G-Mail is a good option, as is Yahoo
    (which I use).





  11. #11
    Jerry
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    Thanks. I THINK I understand the system now. Based on that, is this
    correct:

    1. Cingular charges fees for ALL incoming MMS
    ("[email protected]") emails, including SPAM, friends
    sending forwarded jokes, etc., whether I read them or not ("retrieval"
    is automatic, so I get charged for ALL of them whether I want them or
    not).

    2. The only fees associated with any SMS emails sent to the
    "[email protected]" email address would be charges for my WAP
    access IF I ever CHOSE to retrieve an SMS email in that way (via my
    cell phone). In other words...people could send all the SMS emails to
    me that they wanted, but unless I CHOSE to retrieve them via cell
    phone instead of via computer, no charges would be incurred ("No
    retrieval = no charges").

    Jerry



  12. #12
    Jerry
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    My assumption would be that the advantage of using Cingular's
    [email protected] email over Google must be that when an email
    is sent to the Cingular address, you can have an alert appear on your
    phone because it is of the SMS type, but you can't do that with the
    Google email? Just a guess on my part...I"m still over my head here.


    On Wed, 10 May 2006 02:38:35 GMT, "Austinman"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >In other words, save yourself a lot of heart ache and don't use the Cingular
    >e-mail address. As, John suggested G-Mail is a good option, as is Yahoo
    >(which I use).
    >
    >





  13. #13
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    In <[email protected]> on Wed, 10 May 2006 05:05:33 GMT,
    Jerry wrote:

    >Thanks. I THINK I understand the system now. Based on that, is this
    >correct:
    >
    >1. Cingular charges fees for ALL incoming MMS
    >("[email protected]") emails, including SPAM, friends
    >sending forwarded jokes, etc., whether I read them or not ("retrieval"
    >is automatic, so I get charged for ALL of them whether I want them or
    >not).


    Correct.

    >2. The only fees associated with any SMS emails sent to the
    >"[email protected]" email address would be charges for my WAP
    >access IF I ever CHOSE to retrieve an SMS email in that way (via my
    >cell phone). In other words...people could send all the SMS emails to
    >me that they wanted, but unless I CHOSE to retrieve them via cell
    >phone instead of via computer, no charges would be incurred ("No
    >retrieval = no charges").


    1. Those are regular email, not SMS or "SMS email".

    2. You would (also) be charged for any SMS alerts.

    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  14. #14
    John Navas
    Guest

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    [POSTED TO alt.cellular.cingular - REPLY ON USENET PLEASE]

    In <[email protected]> on Wed, 10 May 2006 05:14:32 GMT,
    Jerry wrote:

    >My assumption would be that the advantage of using Cingular's
    >[email protected] email over Google must be that when an email
    >is sent to the Cingular address, you can have an alert appear on your
    >phone because it is of the SMS type, but you can't do that with the
    >Google email? Just a guess on my part...I"m still over my head here.


    Correct on both counts.

    Another option is Yahoo Mobile email, which does support alerts.
    <http://mobile.yahoo.com/mobilemail>


    >On Wed, 10 May 2006 02:38:35 GMT, "Austinman"
    ><[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>In other words, save yourself a lot of heart ache and don't use the Cingular
    >>e-mail address. As, John suggested G-Mail is a good option, as is Yahoo
    >>(which I use).


    --
    Best regards, SEE THE FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS AT
    John Navas <http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cingular_Wireless_FAQ>



  15. #15

    Re: Any way to retrieve Cingular cell phone email without a cellphone?

    > ..., you can have an alert appear on your
    > phone because it is of the SMS type, but you can't do that with the
    > Google email?

    Of course it's easy enough to set up a background task on a computer
    to periodically check if you have email and send you an alert text msg
    if so.



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