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Club i-mate offering free webmail and wireless ActiveSync
Posted on 3-Mar-2004 20:48 | Filed under: News

Club i-mate offering free webmail and wireless ActiveSync
Users of i-mate devices who register with the distributor's community site have access to a browser based Exchange 2003 e-mail account. Registration with Club i-mate requires a valid IMEI number from one of the devices distributed by Carrier Devices. Valid devices include the i-mate Pocket PC Phone Edition, the i-mate Smartphone and the i-mate Smartphone2, the last two based on a Windows Mobile Smartphone platform.

Users will have access to an e-mail address in the form of [username]@clubimate.com, browser access to an Exchange 2003 server, and ActiveSync services.

The ActiveSync configuration can be created with an automatic configurator download, or manually introduced by following instructions available at the site. Once your device is configured it will keep your calendar, contacts, and e-mail synchronized using your mobile connection or ActiveSync (when connected to your PC).

The service is currently free for members.


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