|Apr 22, 2012, 06:47 AM||#6|
Push: Some servers will send emails when ready and "force" it to your device.
Fetch: You ask the server for the email data and don't except a Push. You can have Fetch setup to automatically (at certain intervals) or manually get your emails.
If you set Fetch for Every 15 minutes this of course hit your batt the hardest (unless you are a SUPER heavy email user set to Push). If you do it manually and only check your email a couple of times a day then this saves the most batt.
|Apr 22, 2012, 08:48 AM||#8|
Smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S4 (White), Tablet: iPad mini (Black), Laptop: Samsung Chromebook, Desktop: HP Pavillion P6710f with Windows 8.
|Jun 14, 2012, 09:37 PM||#12|
I have my settings to manual and check emails in the early morning, just before lunch, sometimes mid afternoon and then again late in the day. Each time I selectively reply at that same time. Otherwise, I tend to reserve the majority of my replies for either late morning or late afternoon.
If it's urgent, call me; but understand that my day has an agenda and email isn't going to drive my behavior.
|Jun 17, 2012, 12:11 PM||#13|
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