I'm using IMAP email, (from Fastmail), which is push email using IMAP IDLE, and find that I can receive emails perfectly fine. However, I would like to be able to use a known Wi-Fi connection when there is one in range, and my phones GPRS connection when there isn't.
I've tried setting up my Wi-Fi 'destination' group as the first access point in profi mail and the GPRS connection as the second, and I've also tried setting just the 'Internet' destination group as the sole access point, and having my known wifi networks prioritised above my GPRS connection within that destination group. In either case I get the same result.... if I start up ProfiMail within range of a known wifi network then the program correctly connects to that network. If I wander outside of that wifi network, then ProfiMail correctly maintains the IMAP connection by jumping over to GPRS.
If, however I now return to the WiFi area, or move to a different WiFi zone, then the phone sticks with it's GPRS connection. I suppose the issue is that the GPRS connection is STILL active, and if it lost GPRS it would look first for a wifi link again, but does anyone know of a way that I can set up the program to try and connect to a WiFi link without having to remember to close and re-open Profi Mail every time I walk indoors?