The company recently sent out an e-mail to users of their e-mail client for Windows Mobile Pocket PC devices where customers are invited to download and try a public beta version of its upcoming major release of WebIS Mail. WebIS Mail version 2.1. brings full VGA support, several complete user interface overhauls, over 100 bug fixes, plua GMAIL SSL support, speed improvements, and some functionality changes.
"...we released public beta 3 of version 2.1 which is one of the most stable and bug free release of Mail that we have ever released. We are still working on bug fixes and final features for the final 2.1, but we feel that you should be given the notice of this release - especially if you are using a VGA capable device with Windows Mobile 2003 SE."
Users who have submitted support tickets that are not yet closed by previous release could benefit of downloading and using this version.
The company also says that WeBIS Mail provides the unique ability to store its mail database anywhere users choose - a storage card, the FileStore, or main memory. WebIS reminds users that if the database is stored on a removable card and this storage is unmounted (by removing the card, or performing a soft reset) while Mail is running you may introduce database corruption. This is because the database is open while the software is running. They also remind users that SD cards do not perform as well as internal RAM in terms of speed access to information.