Cingular/ATT for whatever reason neuters the built-in email client so you cannot set up a POP3 account. Flurry.com provides a nice service that adds a Java app that will give you access to your POP3 email account. Seems to do lots of other things which I haven't explored yet, like RSS feeds, etc. Seems to work pretty well so far. Well anything would be better than nothing! From their website:
|Your email, news & blogs on your current mobile phone for free!
flurry gives you…