mail2web.com Offers Free Microsoft Exchange Email Service
Posted on 14-Feb-2006 11:31
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mail2web.comis releasing mail2web LIVE, a free email and messaging service based on Microsoft Exchange 2003. This new service will provide users a personal email account on mail2web.com, accessible through a web-based interface developed by Microsoft on the world-leading Outlook 2003 email client. mail2web LIVE is available in 26 languages.
mail2web.com, best known for its email retrieval application will now offer a free Exchange email account based on the mail2web.com domain. This account includes a personal calendar, contacts, tasks, journal, notes, use of ActiveSync, as well as native Blackberry support. Users will also benefit from an email collection service that allows them to automatically gather email from other accounts as it arrives. mail2web LIVE also includes automatic anti-SPAM and anti-VIRUS features.
Those who require device synchronization can take advantage of Microsoft's ActiveSync for free, which is currently supported by Internet-enabled Pocket PC or Smartphone devices or can use RIM's Blackberry device, which automatically syncs emails and other updates between the mail2web LIVE account and the hand-held device as the information changes on either side.
The email aggregation service, included free with mail2web LIVE, allows users to easily list an unlimited number of external email accounts and have the system automatically gather all email sent to those accounts and redirect them to their mail2web.com email account.
This release complements a suite of free consumer products including a free email retrieval application, a free and unlimited media blogging service, a free Jabber-based chat service that allows users to chat with MSN, AOL, YAHOO and ICQ users through one account, a free Usenet reader and an online games section.