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Yahoo! Mail Mobile Gets Big UI Upgrade
July 22nd, 2006

Yahoo! has upgraded it’s popular Mail Mobile service. According to MobileCrunch, apart from big design changes, Yahoo! has made sure the user’s experience is greatly enhanced.

With the new functionality it’s easier for users to take their Yahoo! with them. Almost anything that they would want to do on the PC in the address book they can now do on their phone, like adding contacts. Yahoo! has designed this product specifically for the mobile device and makes it easier to use — given the constraints (small screens, etc.) of mobile phones.

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Free push email from Emoze
April 22nd, 2006

Push email has long been asociated with the BlackBerry. If you have a mobile device that doesn’t yet push your email straight through, help may be at hand from Emblaze, which is offering the first free, downloadable push email service.

The program works by installing a connector into your PC’s email client which pushes received email to the emoze distribution network from where it is intelligently pushed to your mobile device. The connector currently requires Microsoft Outlook with Lotus Notes and Outlook Express support coming soon. The system is also able to retrieve email from webmail programs, including Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and Gmail via POP3 connections.

To download the free program, visit emoze.com

Via Mobile Digest

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MovaMail
February 4th, 2006

MovaMail is an internet based service that provides you with a fast and convenient mobile phone access to all of your email accounts (POP3, Hotmail, Yahoo!, GMail, etc.). MovaMail was developed using the open standards of Java MIDP so it supports any mobile phone with Java capabilities.

MovaMail comprises of the Java client and proxy servers which are responsible for bridging between the Java application on your mobile phone and your email server on the Internet. The proxy downloads your email, strips off headers, HTML, and attachments. Several emails are then bundled together and compressed. This compressed bundle is then sent to the phone, uncompressed and displayed on your screen. This method is very efficient, often saving 90% of data transfer and making it practical to quickly read a full mailbox worth of email, just like you would do on your desktop PC.

MovaMail uses HTTP over port 80 for data transfer to the proxy servers. It will connect over HTTP to webmail services. It connects using POP3 and IMAP with or without SSL.



flurrymail – Mobile email for everyone
February 4th, 2006

flurrymail enables you to receive all of your personal email on your cell phone. It can handle multiple accounts. flurrymail supports the following carriers: Cingular, Former AT&T, Sprint, Unicel and T-Mobile, but support for new carriers is being added.



ProfiMail 2.37
January 3rd, 2006

Partial message download, fixed SmartPhone WM5 version.

ProfiMail is a powerful e-mail client for mobile devices. It allows you to read your mail on go and send text with attachments directly from your device.



Beta Test Wireless Email Software
July 26th, 2005

Centercode is looking for beta testers for a software application for Treo, Pocket PC or Windows Smartphone that allows real time mail and scheduling through Microsoft Outlook to your handheld device. Applicants must use Microsoft Exchange Server along with Outlook.



Sprint Launches Business Connection Wireless Email Service
July 13th, 2005

Sprint announced today the availability of Sprint PCS Business Connection in Enterprise and Personal editions. This latest enhancement gives Sprint customers the convenience of accessing corporate and personal email and contacts from any WAP-enabled Sprint PCS Phone, Palm-powered® or Windows-powered Sprint PCS VisionSM Smart Device, PDA, or PC with Internet access.

Business Connection is a secure and easy-to-use mobile email service that works seamlessly with Microsoft® Exchange, Lotus Domino®, IMAP, and POP email systems.

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First Full Exchange ActiveSync Implementation on Non-Microsoft Based Devices
July 5th, 2005

The new RoadSync solution for Symbian UIQ smartphones is now shipping. Based on the Exchange ActiveSync protocol licensed from Microsoft, RoadSync is the first commercially available software solution to provide secure, wireless and direct synchronization with Exchange Server 2003, thereby extending the existing mobile benefits of Exchange Server 2003 to reach non-Microsoft devices. RoadSync for Symbian UIQ offers full mobile access to corporate Outlook e-mail, attachments, calendar and contacts, making the popular Sony Ericsson P900/P910 series smartphones the first non-Microsoft devices to support the full Exchange ActiveSync implementation.

Read the full press release



Emails for small screens
June 27th, 2005

It’s pretty infuriating to receive a long email on a cellphone or PDA with a small screen. But Motorola has come up with an answer – software that automatically creates a synopsis of the long text.

The new summarising software first discards sentences that are less than 5 words or more than 50. Then it looks for sentences containing words that frequently crop up in the text, or which the owner has added to a preference list.

Finally it sifts sentences which contain telltale words and phrases like “all in all”, “so to sum up” and “for example”. The few remaining sentences that fit all the criteria are pulled from the long message, stitched together and shown on screen.

Via New Scientist



Wireless Email Express
June 21st, 2005

Harness the power of push email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks regardless of your company size. Intellisync has taken the same sophisticated technology large companies use, and packaged it for anyone on the move. It’s easy to use and affordable.

Intellisync today announced a new hosted push email service called Wireless Email Express that is being marketed as a BlackBerry alternative. Wireless Email Express is a hosted service that will work with mobile phones that run on Symbian UIQ7, Windows Mobile 2003 and Palm 3.5 and newer.

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