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    Quote Originally Posted by Wenzdayz View Post
    Ja i had mistakenly set up my gmail there at first as well. i quickly deleted the account and am now using the gmail e-mail thats already on the phone. are you getting your normal work e-mail on your phone?
    Yes... It is basically our domain email account that I use for work, personal and everything else. Since I'm kinda self-employed, the chances of me leaving and thus changing my email address are slim to none which is why I don't really have a gmail or other ISP account... Actually I do have a gmail account, but I only use it to register on websites or forums that I'm afraid might spam me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vipergti View Post
    yes... It is basically our domain email account that i use for work, personal and everything else. Since i'm kinda self-employed, the chances of me leaving and thus changing my email address are slim to none which is why i don't really have a gmail or other isp account... Actually i do have a gmail account, but i only use it to register on websites or forums that i'm afraid might spam me.
    oh ja well there is your problem then. Could you not maybe set up a gmail account for your work e-mail to forward to? I know its a shclep but it will save on bandwith used. Otherwise turn your mobile data off when you are connected to wi-fi and only turn it on when your on the road and dont have access to wi-fi
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    Hello WinzEveryDayz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wenzdayz View Post
    oh ja well there is your problem then. Could you not maybe set up a gmail account for your work e-mail to forward to? I know its a shclep but it will save on bandwith used. Otherwise turn your mobile data off when you are connected to wi-fi and only turn it on when your on the road and dont have access to wi-fi
    Will look into that.
    The problem isn't when I'm connected to wifi. Not a single byte of my bandwidth gets used when I'm connected to wifi... but if I leave the house for an hour or three, by the time I get back, everything is gone.
    I think I'm going to try to set ActiveSync to only work when connected to Wifi and then set up a new imap account to sync emails when travelling. I think imap uses very little bandwidth since everything remains on the server and only gets downloaded when opened.

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