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    Question Iphone 3G Rogers no push mail at all!
    I just upgraded from a 2G to the 3G and I cannot get any pushmail! I have a .mac account too... I have tried Yahoo mail nothing....

    I am going over the edge here, I might just sell this and get a BB...

    Please help

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    look for the much rumored 2.1 iPhone software.

    even apple knows push is not working!

    don't give up! just wait 1 release.
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    If I help you out, please press THANKS!

    3g QuickPWN'ed with 2.1

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    i npticed this to. The email onlyworks when i actually go into the mail app. Kind of annoying.

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    I have a 3g with rogers and my push mail works perfectly. I never have to open the app to check for mail, it always just shows when there's a new email.

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    Hello,

    Push e-mail on the iPhone as far as I know is limited to MS Exchange, MobileME, and Yahoo. Yahoo's push service is horrendous to start with so I wouldn't bother with it. As for .mac I am uncertain if push is still supported for that service as Apple migrated to MobileME with the launch of the iPhone 3G. Also when using a push based email the fetch new data settings must be configured appropriately for your e-mail. If you have a push enabled e-mail on your phone make sure to go to Settings > Fetch New Data > Advanced and set up the e-mail account to use push and not fetch, after that its the push server's job to get the info to the device.

    Alex, Rogers iPhone Technical Support

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