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emoze Brings Free Mobile Push Email to Symbian Smartphones
Posted on 1-Aug-2006 23:06. | Tags Filed under: News.



emoze Ltd. has announced the release of emoze for Smartphones, a free push e-mail and PIM service. Using emoze, users with supported mobile devices can automatically receive emails in real time, and synchronize contacts and appointments free of charge, paying only for data charged by the mobile operator.

The emoze service offers on-the-move users a free push mobile e-mail service combined with instant calendar and contact synchronization. The software is compatible with Microsoft Outlook and features compression technology that saves on data transfer to a mobile device.

The latest release of emoze works with all Microsoft Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, Microsoft Windows Mobile Smartphones and most Symbian Series 60 Phones (Nokia 6680, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6600, Nokia 3230). To use emoze, all users need is an email account and a compatible device.



More information: http://www.emoze.com...

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