1. cgk's Avatar
    Does WP7 follow any sort of rules for quiet hours (say 10pm-8am) for emails?

    I looked as far as I can tell the options are either:

    1) Manually change email sync for each account to manual

    2) Put it in battery saver mode

    The problem with the second is obvious that many users will plug the phone in overnight and that disables battery saver mode.

    Thanks in advance.
    12-05-2011 06:12 AM
  2. TGBmark1234's Avatar
    You can put it into flight mode as well. But the ability to do this automagically would be nice. Any apps around that can do this?
    12-05-2011 06:22 AM
  3. cgk's Avatar
    You can put it into flight mode as well. But the ability to do this automagically would be nice. Any apps around that can do this?
    The problem with flight mode of course is that you can't receive phone calls and texts - and if someone phones me at 2am, it's generally pretty important rather than something random, so the option for quiet hours would be great.
    12-05-2011 06:28 AM
  4. MannLou's Avatar
    I either set my main work email to check hourly or manually. Since the UI is so fast making the change takes seconds.

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    12-05-2011 06:42 AM
  5. cgk's Avatar
    I either set my main work email to check hourly or manually. Since the UI is so fast making the change takes seconds.

    Sent from my kick-*** Titan using Board Express
    but I've got four email accounts, changing them all manually *every day* is not something the user should have to do simply because needing that user intervention means that the user will forget - it's not like I'm asking for the moon on a stick, it's functionality that's been around for a while.
    12-05-2011 06:48 AM
  6. Mike-Mike's Avatar
    I would be interested in this function
    12-05-2011 11:39 AM
  7. btbam91's Avatar
    I would love more receiving options as well. I want one of my emails to sync one a day.

    Sent from my Windows Phone using Board Express
    12-05-2011 11:48 AM
  8. gdubyacobb's Avatar
    How about turning on the battery saver?
    It shuts down send and receive, and it has a "turn on till next charge" that you could use as the toggle. Turn it on at night and off in the morning.
    12-05-2011 01:54 PM
  9. cgk's Avatar
    How about turning on the battery saver?
    It shuts down send and receive, and it has a "turn on till next charge" that you could use as the toggle. Turn it on at night and off in the morning.
    Only problem is that, when you are asleep is a great time to charge the phone before you head out in the morning - and that turns battery saver off.
    12-05-2011 01:59 PM
  10. jeremyshaw's Avatar
    I also wish for a "quiet time" or "sleep time" function. Even if it was a simple toggle switch application in the marketplace.
    12-05-2011 02:07 PM
  11. enahs555's Avatar
    I agree that it would be a decent option. However, if you just left it on vibrate would it not work. I mean, your whole point was to be able to still get a call (such as an emergency), but if it is vibrating on the correct surface it will still make a ton of noise. This of course all depends on what type of sleeper you are, but it works for me.
    12-05-2011 07:29 PM
  12. Con Flickt's Avatar
    2 and a half years later.... still no fix. So my choices are. leave notifications on and get woken up 20 times a night, turn them off and miss out on jobs because other people got in first (freelancer cameraman) or go back to ANDRIOD
    10-29-2013 11:19 AM
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