Pico Mail 2.2

PicoMail has been updated to version 2.2 Changes in this release are listed as:

  • Support for animated GIFs
  • Option to send SMS/MMS message anonymously (requires support by operator)
  • Option to be notified when SMS/MMS message is read (requires support from operator)
  • Numerous bug fixes

PicoMail is a fast, free (ad-supported) POP, SMTP, IMAP email program for Java phones that works with most email providers. It features simple account configuration. For major email services including Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail you just need to enter your email address and password and PicoMail takes care of all the complicated POP or IMAP settings.

PicoMail provides unlimited email accounts, viewing of Word, Excel, PDF, WordPerfect, video and image attachments, HTML email (reformatted as a single column) , images, including PNG, GIF, JPEG, BMP and TIFF formats, security via SSL, keyword search and automatic spam filtering.

Contributed by: KrazyKev
Type: Ad-supported
AuthorPicoWireless, User Guide
Data Connection Required: yes
Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0
Screen Size: All
Screen Size: All
Boost CDMA Compatible: (tested on Motorola Rambler): Yes
iDEN Compatible: (tested on i776): Yes
Supported Boost Phones:

The app “PicoMail” (95 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”PicoMail22″.

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

Download to your Phone

Go to http://boostapps.com with your phone's browser, click the "Enter jump code" link and enter this jump code: 5315

Download to your PC


  1. I tried installing Pico from http://picowireless.com/wap but the phone is unable to uninstall repeatedly.I have also turned off the certificate check and reversed date and tried

    Please help

    • What happens if you download Pico Mail from BoostApps?

  2. Invalid jar file! In nokia 5320.

    • The Nokia 5320 is a Symbian phone and, as such, users should install the Symbian- version, NOT the J2ME version (it will not load onto the device). Visit http://picowireless.com/wap from your phone and navigate to the Symbian version of PicoMail.

  3. Hello,

    I used to love picomail for years now – so I tried the upgrade to 3.0. Having installed that on a Motorola V600, now I can no longer get net access:

    # whenever trying to receive mails, I get the message “No more messages”; tried POP and IMAP on two different accounts, I’m sure I know the right access data

    # I cant access the help or privacy statement page either – just can see an empty page

    # I tried to delete PM 3.0 and downgrade to PM 2.3 – but that will crash every time I tried to receive a message

    # net access with opera 4.4 works flawlessly

    BTHW.: I can’t access the support forum either on my desktop.

    Any hints on what to try will be appreciated – I can access my phone via moto4lin in order to delete or upload files, if necessary.

    Yours sincerelly,

    • It sounds like PicoMail is being denied access to your network (the ‘No more messages’ message is, unfortunately, masking a ‘Could not connect’ scenario). Further, the inability to view the online usersguide or help pages, which require network access, points to this being the issue. You can try changing the ‘Connection port’ from 80 -> 8080 in the ‘Settings’ menu and, if that fails, I would suggest you contact ‘support@boostapps.compicowireless.com’ and we’ll work together to figure this out.

  4. Dennis-Picomail 2.3 is ready to download!

  5. > It works as adversed on my i465 , it displays animated gifs flawlessly .

    Good to hear! Version 2.3 is due out in a couple more weeks, look forward to some really nice new features and, by all means, if there’s something you’d like added to any of the PicoWireless apps (PicoMail, PicoWeb, PicoSMS), please let us know (support@boostapps.compicowireless.com).

  6. Picomail gets better with every version .
    It works as adversed on my i465 , it displays animated gifs flawlessly . 😀

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