I posted this question on another site, http://androidforums.com/motorola-droid-razr-maxx/553336-email-push-notifications.html#post4477067, but haven't found a real solution yet. Hoping someone here can help. In case the link doesn't work, here are the relevant posts #1: I just got the razr maxx and in addition to my gmail account I have two corporate email accounts set up (1&1 IMAP). Of those two accounts I have one of them set up for push notifications and the other for manual fetch. Gmail notifications work just fine, but the corp account I have set up for push will only receive notifications when I'm on a WiFi network and not on 4G. Tried looking to see if there was something in general settings and the settings within the email app, but couldn't find anything. Anyone have an idea why push isn't working on 4G? #2:Thanks for that tip, I'll try it out. When I put the widget (Power Toggle) on my home screen, the sync button was green so it was on. I tried playing around with turning it on and off and was trying to figure out where in the phone settings it was located, but couldn't find anything. Any ideas? I've also deleted my secondary corporate email account so now I only have my gmail account and primary corp accounts set up. Gonna see if that helps things too. #3: Another update, I changed the incoming and outgoing server settings and push seems to be working pretty good now (I'll update after the weekend and let ya know how it goes). -Incoming Port 993 Secure connection (SSL) box is checked Use secure password (TSL) is on auto Authentication is on PLAIN Root path is blank -Outgoing Port 587 Secure connection (SSL) box is NOT checked Use secure password (TSL) is on auto Authentication is on PLAIN #4 -@user - yes push is checked off for my account and i have no smart actions set up. network connections are great. push will not work on 4G or WiFi -@user - i've gotten the same result of push temporarily working after changing settings, but nothing seems to stick. Also, after my last listed changes on 5/25 (#3 here) i added back in the secondary account i had previously deleted. neither of the accounts would stay working with push, but fetch did work. I had it set at 15 minutes. Quite honestly, i could live with that, but now it has gotten to be a "i'm not gonna let it beat me" situation. i called 1&1 and they had me try a few different settings changes, but none of them worked. in fact, they want me to have the outgoing server on 587 with SSL on. i tried to verify the server connection and it wouldn't connect. the "tech support" girl said SSL needs to be on and the only other thing to try is call Motorola. I fear that is going to be a long call so i will get to it tomorrow. None of what I've tried or been suggested so far from the other forum or 1&1 has permanently fixed the push issue. Anyone here have an idea? Thanks!