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    iPhone and e-mail

    Is there an app that anyone is aware of that will allow me to turn off a specific e-mail address at a certain time (I collect six different ones)? I could set an alarm and do it manually I guess, but automation is a wonderful thing!

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    What do you mean by "turn off" ?

    That the account is not contacted when you fetch mail ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awfers View Post
    What do you mean by "turn off" ?

    That the account is not contacted when you fetch mail ?

    Basically, yes. I can do it with my Blackberry - turn off an e-mail account at a certain time so that mail is not collected until it turns back on again in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abaddon View Post
    Basically, yes. I can do it with my Blackberry - turn off an e-mail account at a certain time so that mail is not collected until it turns back on again in the morning.
    Ah, the "You don't pay me for out of hours support" app?

    Not that I know of - do you have access to server-side rules for those mailboxes?

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    That's the one...

    I have access yes, but the iPhone connects to OWA, so I don't think there is much I can do about it from the server end.

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