Email Love

I'm loving the Pre's email features, especially the one that lets you view all new emails, from multiple accounts, in one spot!

Palm's Email Client feels like a desktop email client.
Palm's Email Client feels like a desktop email client. Palm.com.us

Setting up my main email accounts on the Palm Pre was a breeze. Gmail automatically signed in and pulled my settings. All I had to enter was my email address and my password. Next I tried a business email associated with a self hosted domain name. I couldn't believe it when that too pulled everything in automatically! I'm used to having to set up emails manually, entering SMTP, POP/IMAP settings, SSL, etc.

The email application on the Palm Pre feels like a real desktop email client. My Samsung Instinct's email client worked more like text messaging. Seriously, it didn't feel professional. The only thing the Instinct has that I miss with the Pre is the ability to select multiple emails to delete without ever opening them.

I am also loving the the Palm Pre alerts me when I have new emails. For a business person knowing when you have email can be vital to your success. For me, getting a notice from PayPal, alerting me that I have a new hosting client to tend to means I'm able to provide fast customer service, even when I'm away from my computer.

Email Client - All Inboxes
Email Client - All Inboxes Palm.com.us

And, I'm loving the Pre's email features, especially the one that lets you view all new emails, from multiple accounts, in one spot! By viewing All Inboxes I can check all my emails at the same time. No more going back to the main email card and clicking into another account.

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