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Catsou
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To clarify, in reality if I want it through an app I will have to upgrade to premium?
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licquorice
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Message 12 of 27

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Yes

Dode
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Message 13 of 27

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A Web Browser is really just an app. of sorts. You could create a link on your home page to your email page and use it like that, if you don't want to pay for premium that is.

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licquorice
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Message 14 of 27

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A web browser is nothing like an app!!

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Message 15 of 27

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"of sorts".

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Message 16 of 27

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@Dode wrote:

A Web Browser is really just an app. of sorts. You could create a link on your home page to your email page and use it like that, if you don't want to pay for premium that is.


A web browser, even "of sorts" is nothing like an email client/app. Doing as you have suggested still means that the OP has to use a web browser with all the disadvantages that entails with none of the advantages that an email client/app offers.

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@gg30340 "A web browser, even "of sorts" is nothing like an email client/app." I agree entirely but I gave the OP another option if he didn't want to pay the £7.50 for Premium Email. There are also many people on here (not me) who prefer to use web mail.

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Message 18 of 27

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How on earth is it another option. It is exactly the same option that he is having to use now. You are only telling him to place a shortcut to his web browser. The whole point of this thread is that OP does not want to use a web browser he wants to use an email client/app which because his email account has been downgraded he can no longer do.

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Message 19 of 27

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@gg30340 It's an option to save £7.50.

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Message 20 of 27

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So telling him to do exactly what he presently doing is an other option. Do you think he was not already aware of that!

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