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InstantSMS Sender for Pocket PC
Posted on 7-May-2004 17:02 | Tags Filed under: Software


InstantSMS Sender for Pocket PC
Handy application for Bluetooth phone users. You can use your Windows Mobile Pocket PC 2003 to send and receive SMS messages via your phone. The application is integrated with the Pocket Outlook. You can send messages from the contact list and received messages will be saved into inbox mail folder.

  • Supports international characters
  • Contact lookup when a new message arrived
  • Supports Delivery report Notification
  • Integrated with Pocket Outlook

    Send and receive SMS via Sony Ericsson T68i, T616, T610, Nokia 6310i, Nokia 8910i. Send SMS only via Nokia 6600, Nokia N-Gage.

    The program comes in two versions: 98711 Windows Mobile 2003 and 98814 Pocket PC OS 2002.






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