1. dubor99's Avatar
    Why is there no standalone yahoo and gmail mail app on window phone store as of this moment, has anyone noticed? It's kind of weird
    05-30-2015 04:37 AM
  2. Alteam's Avatar
    I just added my gmail account and then i got the Google app
    05-30-2015 04:50 AM
  3. noersetiawan's Avatar
    The myth here is Google hates Microsoft product for unknown reason, and Yahoo isn't as big as it were so they don't bother with small market share.
    05-30-2015 05:25 AM
  4. dubor99's Avatar
    I wish they can just port those small but usefull apps to windows store
    Gloria Barros likes this.
    05-30-2015 05:56 AM
  5. RumoredNow's Avatar
    I just added my gmail account and then i got the Google app
    When you add a Gmai accountl, the native Mail App adds a Gmail icon to the App list. It's the same Mail App for any account.

    FWIW I used to juggle 2 Gmails (now deleted) and I currently have one Outlook, one Yahoo. They all work fine for me via native Mail App.
    Harrie-S likes this.
    05-30-2015 11:53 AM
  6. dubor99's Avatar
    When you add a Gmai accountl, the native Mail App adds a Gmail icon to the App list. It's the same Mail App for any account.

    FWIW I used to juggle 2 Gmails (now deleted) and I currently have one Outlook, one Yahoo. They all work fine for me via native Mail App.
    Native apps appears not present in the store
    05-31-2015 05:52 AM
  7. RumoredNow's Avatar
    Native apps appears not present in the store
    Native is not a name, it is a condition. Native means here that it is built in... It naturally lives on your phone.

    It is Hard Coded into the OS and non-removable.

    Go to Settings > email + accounts > add > add in an account by filling in the required info > after an account is added > go to your apps list and scroll to the account type (Gmail, Gmail2, Outlook, etc.) > the mail App automagically makes an inbox for you > pin that to start.

    No matter what email account you add, it will make an inbox. You can get to other folders in the email address by tapping overflow (...) and folders to navigate to Sent, Drafts, etc. Every account you add will look the same and act the same when opened: be it Yahoo, Outlook, Live, Gmail, private mail server... Because each and every one created uses native Mail App.

    Go to Settings > email + accounts > tap an account name to open options including what to sync (mail, calendar, contacts)

    Go to Settings > email + accounts > hold down on an account name and tap sync from the pop up menu to sync the entire account


    Just like every email integrates into Mail... all those account contacts integrate into native Contacts App... all those account calendars integrate into Calendar App.
    05-31-2015 09:52 AM
  8. dubor99's Avatar
    Native is not a name, it is a condition. Native means here that it is built in... It naturally lives on your phone.

    It is Hard Coded into the OS and non-removable.

    Go to Settings > email + accounts > add > add in an account by filling in the required info > after an account is added > go to your apps list and scroll to the account type (Gmail, Gmail2, Outlook, etc.) > the mail App automagically makes an inbox for you > pin that to start.

    No matter what email account you add, it will make an inbox. You can get to other folders in the email address by tapping overflow (...) and folders to navigate to Sent, Drafts, etc. Every account you add will look the same and act the same when opened: be it Yahoo, Outlook, Live, Gmail, private mail server... Because each and every one created uses native Mail App.

    Go to Settings > email + accounts > tap an account name to open options including what to sync (mail, calendar, contacts)

    Go to Settings > email + accounts > hold down on an account name and tap sync from the pop up menu to sync the entire account


    Just like every email integrates into Mail... all those account contacts integrate into native Contacts App... all those account calendars integrate into Calendar App.
    I know all that but I still prefer the app itself like on Android and iPhone colorful and beautiful just like our own revamped outlook on Windowphone 10
    06-02-2015 02:37 AM
  9. Somerichs's Avatar
    I have two Yahoo mail accounts on my Icon and neither will let me send messages out. I can receive no problem, but anytime I try to send it comes back undeliverable and goes to my draft folder.

    Anyone else with the same experience?
    06-02-2015 03:02 AM
  10. dubor99's Avatar
    how can we see a screen shot of the app u got?
    06-20-2015 06:49 AM

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