I'm a new iPhone 3G user and I'm trying to get it set up to my liking. Previously, I used a Moto Q9h with Windows Mobile 6. My problem is getting the email set up to behave as it did with my Moto. Here's what I want to have happen: 1. When I view my sbcglobal.net email on my computer, I use the Yahoo "web 2.0" mail webapp and it works great. If I read, delete, or file a message there, the phone's email client is automatically updated to reflect this. It's not "push" but the regularly-scheduled fetch makes the message on the phone either look "read," filed in a folder, or gone (deleted). Likewise, reading or deleting a message on the phone causes a similar update on the web view. The phone also sees all the subfolders in my in-box. They behave as two clients viewing the same collection of email messages. 2. On my iPhone, updating the status of a message on the server has no effect on the iPhone's in-box. If I delete a message from my web client, it's still sitting in my iPhone's in-box as unread. I have to delete it there separately. It's doing exactly the thing that makes me not use stand-alone email applications on my computer. A bit of Googling tells me I might get what I'm seeking by using IMAP instead of POP to read my mail. I 'stole' the settings from my Moto and modified my account settings in my iPhone to match, but now it's more jacked up. The iPhone shows I have five unread messages, but the in-box appears empty. I assume it is capable to doing anything my crappy Moto could do, so what's the trick for getting it to work as I want? Thanks!