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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by marholin, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. marholin

    marholin New Member

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    I want to get a Motorola Droid phone but have a problem. I have been to 3 Verizon Wireless stores in my area and have received 3 different answers to my question. My e-mail is Hotmail.com. will it work on the Droid? One store told me no, one store was not sure, and one store thought it would work. These answers do not give me a warm feeling! Please help me will hotmail work ok on the Driod?

    Thank You in advance
     
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    BigMcGuire Active Member

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    I use my @hotmail.com email every day on my droid. Works just fine.
     
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    Honestly, once you get the droid your gonna want to switch to gmail anyway. Its just a better mail service and better droid integration.
    Just go into your hotmail settings and forward all ur mail to ur shiny new gmail account.
    just my 0.02
     
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    My GF uses Hotmail and Gmail everyday. It's works fine for her.
     
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    It will work. But as stated the Droid is a Google Experience phone so GMail is always going to give you a better experience then any other email client. But it will work...