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Reply E-mail Automator
April 29th, 2006

Reply E-mail Automator types your customer inquire response emails for you. Your email will always be 100% grammatically correct and error-free. You can save any response you wish into its database. If you have a certain E-mail support question you get that always requires the same 3 paragraph response, just save that response into REA’s database along with a keyword that you will know equal’s that response and Reply E-mail Automator will remember it.



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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Easy2Sync for Outlook
April 12th, 2006

Easy2Sync for Outlook allows you to synchronize your Outlook Inbox with a second computer across the network. Just select the local profile or PST file, and the target profile or PST file and start the synchronization. The program allows you to confirm which actions will be taken (optional deletion, synchronization, overwrite etc.). It synchronizes not only the messages, but also their status, including Outlook flags, so if a message it marked read in the mirror, it will be marked read in the source as well. This free version is limited to Inbox/Outbox synchronization – additional folders can be synchronized if you purchase the full product ($49.00).

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