I'm starting to get junk mail sent directly to my phone through my hotmail email account. I have added both the sender and the senders domain to the list using Windows Live Mail Beta. These emails are still getting through to my Droid X. First, there are no option on the phone to block emails is there? And secondly, there is not an option to add emails to any junk folder on the phone either that I have found. Anyone else having this problem? I've tried both adding my email accounts through Corporate (for hotmail/msn) and the email option on the phone.
Hello! I'm trying to set up my wife's droid 2. She uses outlook at work. I have outlook webmail set up on her phone. She is able to receive work emails but can not reply or send an email on her phone. It always says message not sent. Is there a setting I'm missing?
Is there any possibility to setup Android 2.1 to check for new emails when the screen is turned off? Everything works great when it's on, but I really like to let my phone act as instant mail reader/notifier when the phone is unused.
How do I Block or delete all the email spam I get on my HTC Droid Eris? I use outlook and set it up with a pop account on my droid eris. I get hundreds of spam emails a day and it seems only option is to delete them. I have seen one Spam Application but am Leary to hand over email password to the app.
Ive had my Evo for a couple of months now and everything worked fine. About 3 weeks ago, i stopped recieving email on my yahoo account. I can still send them from my phone, but not get any new ones. Gmail still works fine. I went to sprint and they played with all my settings, and did a hard reboot on my phone, still no fix.
Matt over at Motorola has set up a thread you can subscribe to so that you can receive an email notification when 2.1 has begun its rollout. (I guess more realistically - as soon as it's started and Matt is able to get the thread updated - but I've got faith in 'ol Matt!) You do have to be a member there to subscribe.
For those of you not looking to sign up there - you can subscribe to THIS thread for instant email notification if you'd like. As soon as I get his email - I'll repost it here saying so. Yes, the notice will be a hair behind the very instant it is released, but with any luck not too behind. I will delete this thread after the update is complete. The making of this or Matt's thread does not indicate it's any closer to release. No exchanges substitutions or refunds.
Had my Desire for a week now and synced it to Google mail fine. In the last few days though it doesn't make the message notification sound when I receive an email, which it did for the first few days. I haven't changed anything I'm aware of so anyone know whats up?
I have seen post about sending big email attachment, this one is about receiving. I have my Yahoo and Optonline (Cablevision ISP, pop/smtp server) email accounts linked up with DX. Whenever I get something into Yahoo account over 5MB it just gives me a link to download the attachment rather than displaying in inbox. I can live with that. But my Optonline email account just gives me a message "attachment exceeds the limit" and nothing I can do about it. Its very consistent with anything over 5MB. I'm wondering if there is a setting somewhere to increase the allowable incoming attachment size? Any idea?
I would like my phone to vibrate when I receive a text or email while it is in vibrate mode. It only does so when a call is being received. I can turn on "also vibrate" and it works, but when I am in normal mode it rings AND vibrates. Any way to make it work they way I want it?
Anyone noticing their Yahoo notification not showing up in the bar when they receive email? I get the sound, but there is no icon displayed in the bar. When I pull the bar down, I see the message title, but the icon does not appear.
Also, I've noticed on the Messaging app, that the Yahoo icon is missing the purple Y. The icon is just a generic looking envelope. Something has changed with the account. Battery pulls or logging in or out of the account have not helped either.
Is it possible to use the stock email client that comes on the phone to send and receive my school emails? I login on my computer through windows live and the ending to my email is @mail.mizzou.edu. I already tried to set it up on the phone once but i get error messages.
i've changed three android tablets so far, rooted my phone, installed and tweaked dozen of roms on it,
on both my tablet and phone i have facebook and gmail applications. they are basically the same .apks since i have a backup of them on a sd card and if i format one device, i often use restire the apps from the sd card.
and you know how you get an instant notification on your phone if you receive a fb message or an e-mail? that doesn't happen on my tablet. it seems that a couple of minutes after i turn off the display on my tablet, it drops the wifi connection (a power save thing i suppose).
is there any way to ensure a constant wifi connection on my tablet so that i receive email/fb notifications in real time and just not after i turn the display on?
I recently switched from sense to home and I have a little problem.My email and messages icons dont have the notification icon when I receive my emails.Usually if you have two or three new emails it says so on the icon, well im not getting this.I am getting the notification icon up the task bar, but not on the icon.What to do?
My phone: Star B943 quad core MT6589, linux kernel 3.4.5, JB 4.2.1
At the phone start, deep sleep mode works fine, but as soon as i receive an email or SMS, the phone will never go back in powersaving mode. Just as if the service crashed and the phone still "Awake". I've tested several solutions and apps:
- Deep Sleep Battery Saver: Failed - One power guard: Failed - Powersaving tweaks from Pimpmyrom: Failed
Of course i've checked if a service or apps aren't involved in the problem, but there is nothing. I've checked with Betterbatterystats, wakelock detector...Deep Sleep mode just crash and never restart . And we are a several people in this case...
i imagine the gotosleep void in powermanager can't do his job
"public void goToSleep (long time)
Added in API level 1 Forces the device to go to sleep.
Overrides all the wake locks that are held. This is what happens when the power key is pressed to turn off the screen.
Requires the DEVICE_POWER permission.
The time when the request to go to sleep was issued, in the uptimeMillis() time base. This timestamp is used to correctly order the go to sleep request with other power management functions. It should be set to the timestamp of the input event that caused the request to go to sleep.
See Also userActivity(long, boolean) wakeUp(long)"
Googled this issue and can't seem to find the resolution. I am using the Gmail app which came pre-installed on the phone. I have entered my account details, I can send emails but I don't get a notification when I receive an email to my Gmail Inbox. I have checked the settings and I have setup a ringtone and selected the option to flag up an icon in the notification bar. However the only way I know I have an email is if I open the app. I have a task manager and Gmail is on the ignore list.
Recently some jackholes have started spamming me texts with horoscope/dating/whatever ads. They send like 4 at a time about twice a day and I'm sick of it.
I saw a few market apps that claim to block sms/calls. Reviews on all were mixed good & bad. Just wondering if anyone has had any experience with any or had a suggestion for an app to stop this madness.
Also curious if anyone knows how they actually block. Basically I want to know if I just don't get a notification, or it just doesn't show in messaging app/handcent, or if it really gets blocked - as in not actually sent to me and does not charge me for a text.
If all they do is stop the notification I can just use settings profiles for that. But I'd really like to not have them be charged to me. I am on a 250/month plan and might risk going over at the rate they're being sent.