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    Article: 101: How to Bring BlackBerry’s Best Email Features to iPhone or An

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    Wirelessly posted (iPhone 4S: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 5_1_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/534.46.0 (KHTML, like Gecko) CriOS/19.0.1084.60 Mobile/9B206 Safari/7534.48.3)

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    I thought you're on vacation...

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    LOL! I am, but that doesn't mean I ain't checkin' up on y'all.

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    In the beginning, 2007-ish and up till around 2010 I always thought the RIM device did a better/faster job of receiving emails but that's about it.

    Today I would have to say its not the case. Andriod and iOS has improved and RIM has not, if anything it's gotten buggier causing delays in receiving email by no fault of the user. A quick battery pull has always delivered several emails found MIA.

    I don't actually know what has been the issues but have noticed the email delivery time gap close. I still feel RIM has a better system but it fails to actually work reliably like it did in the old days

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    Rim is not doing well at all. I just wish the keyboard could be brought to the iphone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srl7741 View Post
    In the beginning, 2007-ish and up till around 2010 I always thought the RIM device did a better/faster job of receiving emails but that's about it.

    Today I would have to say its not the case. Andriod and iOS has improved and RIM has not, if anything it's gotten buggier causing delays in receiving email by no fault of the user. A quick battery pull has always delivered several emails found MIA.

    I don't actually know what has been the issues but have noticed the email delivery time gap close. I still feel RIM has a better system but it fails to actually work reliably like it did in the old days

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    Windows Phone 7.5 is faster and better in terms of handling emails too.

    I set up my Hotmail and Gmail accounts as Exchange ActiveSync, and they hit my inbox faster than they did when I used BIS. Nothing gets truncated either, and I never have to resend service books, register host routing table, or use web-based email when BIS has an outage.
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