Anyone using PushMail on T-Mobile ?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by vivithemage, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. vivithemage macrumors 6502a

    vivithemage

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    I followed this guide to get notifications working :
    http://www.redmondpie.com/guide-to-fix-push-notifications-on-hacktivated-iphone-3.0/


    I purchased/installed PushMail off the app store, rebooted, and sent a few emails to the @dopushmail.com domain and they were basically instant. Then I started try forward gmail, and a few other email accounts, to see if they would work...and they would work 40% of the time on gmail, never on the others. Then I tried doing another email to my @dopushmail.com and it didn't even send that time.

    Rebooted a few times, no luck, removed the app, reinstalled it, it made me create a new email and it worked at my new domain @dopushmail.com, then I tried forwarding the emails...boom same issue. I cannot get the push to work on my forwarded domains, and my @dopushmail.com didn't work every that either.

    I emailed the PushMail support guy, but he was blaming my network, so he was no help.

    Any ideas from anyone else on T-mobile edge using PushMail?
     
  2. jmann macrumors 604

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    For push Gmail, I use MSGpush.com. I'm on T-Mobile and it works just fine. I doesn't actually deliver the messages, it pushes a message from their servers via an exchange server, and then you'll know you have a message. :)
     
  3. vivithemage thread starter macrumors 6502a

    vivithemage

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    i just tried out yahoo push, worked for the first email, then stopped pushing, just like pushmail.

    I have no idea what's going on! How flakey. It's gotta be the network or something. Around 10PM, I got a push from pushmail to working, then I purposefully sent myself 2 emails, and they never pushed.
     
  4. Melodic macrumors member

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    Push on hacktivated iphones with the pushfix thats going around the net is spotty at best. Thats your problem. Best way to get push working on hacktivated phones is to restore and activate with a ATT sim card and then unlock/jailbreak with redsnow. Thats what I did on my unlocked 2G and push works perfect.
     
  5. vivithemage thread starter macrumors 6502a

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