Questions answered in this ebook include: What's new in iOS 5 Mail? Why is an IMAP account especially useful on a mobile device? How do I set up my email accounts? How do I move around in the Mail app? How do I set up mailboxes for effective navigation and filing? How do I handle attachments? How does Mail integrate with other apps, like Calendar and Contacts? What are the best ways to find messages in the Mail app? What's different about Exchange ActiveSync accounts? Should I push or fetch my messages? In what ways can I be notified when new messages arrive? How do I integrate Gmail with Mail? Help! I can't send my email... what should I do?(I say abit more about this inPush vs. ... However, the much better, and more common, way to access an Exchange server on an iOS device is by using Exchange ActiveSync, which Idescribe next. ... you make in any client arereflected in the server andinany other clientsa includingmarking messages as read, replied to, oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Take Control of Mail on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2011-12-05|