From: Konstantinos Theofilis (theofilis_at_macland.gr)
Date: Sun Mar 20 2005 - 18:32:39 PST
Gmail requires just a secure connection. Newtons can't do it but every
modern device can. It is NOT special software.
Yahoo and hotmail are the bad examples. Almost all others DO allow
every mail client to connect to their POP servers. The year is 2005 and
And anyway... if anyone needs a good email service, with webmail and
POP and free and 1gb inbox, AND Newton friendly, check www.spymac.com
On 21 Mar 2005, at 02:04, Dan wrote:
> Actually no it isn't. Gmail does allow POP mail but it requires a
> secure connection which we can't do. But Yahoo, Hotmail and others
> often only allow a webinterface or the program of their choice. In the
> case of Hotmail Outlook can access it, but nothing else.
> Unless something has changed dirmatically in the past few weeks.
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