I have done so with yahoo, but you can set up the email app to do it also. Google, but you can get the mail app to do that also.Hi, just wanna check with you guys holding iPhone, can the safari on iPhone login to web-brower emails. Those sites where you login through their homepage,(i.e.yahoo) to check your mails. Thanks
Yes. Sometimes I need to do that if have problems with the mail app. Also, some are doing this for Exchange Web Browser Support (OWA).Hi, just wanna check with you guys holding iPhone, can the safari on iPhone login to web-brower emails. Those sites where you login through their homepage,(i.e.yahoo) to check your mails. Thanks
Yeah, it'll work great.Alright, then i assume the safari in iPhone is the same as iPod touch, coz right now in asia, iPhone hasnt launched yet, so in the meantime i was thinking of getting iPod touch, and if i can not just surf the net but also send mails within my school campus, that will be great!
Thats what i am thinking about too. Its so nice to use it on the go within having to go to crowded libraries to use computers with dirty keyboard and suxy web brower(I.E)..hahaha Its a dream come through, although i though apple will add BT to ipod touch so ppl can stream their music wireless to their stereo headphone using A2DP, that will be just great with optimum battery consumption. Seriously what can be better than thisYeah, it'll work great.
And with the popularity of the iPod, you can bet that the iPod Touch crowd will get webmail optimized for Safari Mobil from several different webmail providers. That's my prediction. Just look at what Facebook did.
This is SO going to be the IN toy this holiday. I think most people don't realize how amazing Safari Mobil is with Touch technology.