I had a genuis idea when I discovered Google's recent: features, which lets you use your mobile devices without worry that they're downloading your desktop POP3 mail. In order to use it, you put recent: in front of your email address. So if your email was email@example.com, it would be recent:firstname.lastname@example.org. However, the problem I've come across, is on iPhone, when you're typing in the field to set your email address, you cannot type the : character. It is not on the extended keyboard. So I'm not sure how to work around that. I want to receive mail on my iPhone, but I want to get that same mail on my computer, to ensure that I have it backed up properly. My only other solution thought was to use recent: on all my computers, and then put the actual address on the phone, so the phone was the main client downloading the mail, and the others were the ones using recent. But I'd rather it be the other way.. Solutions? Ideas?