Archive for the “Email” category

Blackberry Enterprise Server Express

by admin on April 21, 2010

Connect two people via BlackBerry® smartphones and ideas get bigger. Progress happens faster. Answers get smarter. So imagine what happens when you give a business the freedom to connect all its employees. BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express enables businesses of any (…)

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Tricast Mail is now FREE!

by admin on November 22, 2009

Tricast Mail makes using email on your mobile phone both easy and effective. You don’t need a smart phone to get a BlackBerry® like email experience. Tricast Mail is fast and works with your IMAP, POP3, Yahoo, MSN Hotmail and (…)

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Lotus Notes on your S60

by admin on February 26, 2009

IBM Lotus Notes is available on your S60 device as Lotus Notes Traveller IBM® Lotus Notes® Traveler software provides automatic, real-time replication of IBM Lotus Domino® e-mail (including attachments), calendar, address book, journal and to do lists. Imagine how this (…)

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Lotus Notes on iPhone

by admin on August 9, 2008

Planned for delivery in 2008 as IBM Lotus iNotes™ software, Lotus Notes data will combine with the flexibility and connectivity of the Apple iPhone. To be built on the time tested IBM Lotus Domino Web Access infrastructure, users will be (…)

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MovaMail Push Email

by admin on April 24, 2008

MovaMail is another compelling option for accessing your Email on the go. Its, however, a paid service. MovaMail provides you with a fast and effective solution for accessing all your existing email services without investing in an expensive dedicated device. (…)

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Lycos Mobile

by admin on November 16, 2007

I also found my lycos.co.uk mobile access at http://secure.mobile.lycos.co.uk Nice and fast. But, on Opera Mini3, once I logged in, Mini showed me a white, blank page. Nothing.

MSN Mobile

by admin on November 15, 2007

I finally tried mobile.msn.com and was pretty satisfied with the service. Hotmail works wonderfully (my main and only concern) but once I had read my mail, I couldn’t find an ‘Inbox’ button. Then I figured I had to click on (…)

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vimoMail

by admin on November 14, 2007

  vimoMail is a Java mail client for small devices such as phones, PIMs and other handheld computers. vimoMail lets you access your mail the same way you do on your personal computer and makes it easy to send and (…)

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Gmail now supports IMAP

by admin on October 27, 2007

Getting Started with IMAP for GmailWhat is IMAP?IMAP, or Internet Message Access Protocol, lets you download messages from Gmail’s servers onto your computer so you can access your mail with a program like Microsoft Outlook Express or Apple Mail, even (…)

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New Gmail app is faster

by admin on October 22, 2007

Google recently upgraded their gmail app and made it faster and lighter on the data transfers. That means less billing for those on limited data plans. Also note, the keyboard shortcuts have changed.  Read and reply to emails – fast — (…)

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