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Taking Your Kindle Fire to the Max by Mark Rollins

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Chapter 11

E-mail

While there isn't a way to connect a Kindle Fire to cellular phone network as yet, you can still do a lot on it, provided you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. If you are like me, you spend a significant portion of the day checking and answering e-mail. I discovered that a lot of e-mail tasks can be done during the “downtime” between projects.

For example, if you are at a train station or a bus stop with a Wi-Fi access point, you might as well use the time to handle your e-mail business before you arrive at the office. This is assuming that you are not reading books, newspapers, magazines, watching video, or doing anything else on your Kindle Fire. Considering that some activities can be done offline, you should take advantage ...

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