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Send and receive any file type with Mark/Space Mail 2.0 for Palm OS
Posted on 25-Nov-2003 18:09 | Filed under: Software

Send and receive any file type with Mark/Space Mail 2.0 for Palm OS
Mark/Space announced Mark/Space Mail 2.0. Version 2.0 allows the sending and receiving of any file type as an attachment. Also new is improved security with support for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).

"Users want to be able to send and receive attachments" said Brian Hall, President and CEO of Mark/Space, Inc. "Whether sending photos that I take with my handheld camera, or being able to open Excel and Word files that people send me while Iım on the road, my handheld is a better tool with email attachment support."

Mark/Space Mail 2.0 is a feature rich POP3 e-mail client for Palm OS boasting features specifically designed for Palm OS handhelds. Some of the compelling features include:

  • Attachment Support - Send and receive photos, voice memos, Word and Excel documents, faxes and more. Send or save any file type to or from an expansion card;
  • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) - SSL support ensures your data is secure between your device and the mail server. (This feature requires Palm OS 5.2 or higher);
  • Large Screen and Rotation Support - View more text by using all of your handheld screenıs real estate! Supports screen rotation and expansion on the Tungsten T3, Tapwave Zodiac, Sony CLIE UX50, AlphaSmart Dana Wireless, and others;
  • Quickly address e-mails - Enable "auto-complete" and Mark/Space Mail will complete the address as you enter;characters, based on previously entered addresses. Tap to the left of the "To:" field to pick from the last 10 addresses used. You can also define mail groups;
  • Custom Show Options - Color options in the ledger view helps organize your mailbox. You can also choose a 2-line display, view only read or unread, and resize and sort columns;
  • Auto Purge Deleted Messages - Keep your server clear of unwanted deleted messages. Settings allow for purging deleted messages after a number of days or based on memory used;
  • Filters - Manage incoming or outgoing mail by creating filters based on content. A great way to control unwanted SPAM.
  • Five-Way Navigation - One-handed ease of use navigating email on those handhelds with five-way navigation buttons;
  • Predefined Phrases - Save time by creating and reusing common phrases.
  • Insert Memo, Address, To Do, or Sketch - Unique to Mark/Space Mail is the ability to insert handheld Memos, Addresses, and To Do's in the body of an e-mail.

    Mark/Space Mail runs on any Palm OS device running Palm OS 3.5 or later with an internet connection via modem, mobile phone, WiFi card, Bluetooth and/or Palm OS smartphones that support a TCP connection. Palm OS 5.2 is required for SSL support. Files are available for install on both Mac and Windows computers.


  • More information: http://www.markspace.com/mail.html...
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