Emails/Data Push

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    Does having emails set to fetch at a certain time or set to manually check really save that much battery life on the Maxx? I know when I had my Droid X it made a big differance but I really dont like missing emails and I always forget to manually check for emails. I thought about changing my settings to fetch every 30 minutes. Any thoughts?
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    I have mine set to check every 15 min and don't find it to be a drain. You could play with it and see if you notice any big change.
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    It makes no noticeable difference to my battery either. Fetch away.
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    Does push email really drain battery? I thought email gets pushed to our phones from email servers which should use less battery than pulling emails.

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    I dont mean to sound "el stupo" but with my gmail accounts do you know how to go in and set it to fetch at a certain time. I dont see it!!! Smh.... Lol..
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    I don't do that in gmail, but using juice defender. Sorry for the confusion. I only brought it up to say that frequency hasn't hurt my battery performance.

    Edit: Looking in gmail I don't see a way to do it either. You could get JD and try it. I believe the free version offers that.
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