E-Mail on Your Droid Bionic
Electronic mail is handled on the Droid Bionic by two apps: Gmail and Email. The Gmail app hooks directly into your Google Gmail account. In fact, they’re exact echoes of each other: The Gmail you receive on your computer is also received on your phone.
You can also use the Email app on your phone to connect to non-Gmail electronic mail, such as the standard mail service provided by your ISP or a web-based e-mail system such as Yahoo! Mail or Microsoft Live mail.
Regardless of the app, electronic mail on your phone works just like it does on your computer: You can receive mail, create new messages, forward e-mail, send messages to a group of contacts, and work with attachments, for example. As long as your phone has a data connection, e-mail works just peachy.
You can run the Gmail and Email apps by touching the Launcher on the Home screen and then locating the apps on the App menu.
A shortcut to the Email app can be found on the main panel of the Home screen. Adding the Gmail app icon to the Home screen is easy.
The Email app can be configured to handle multiple e-mail accounts.
Although you can use your phone’s web browser to visit the Gmail web site, you should use the Gmail app to pick up your Gmail.
If you forget your Gmail password, visit the Gmail website.