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WebIS Mail for Pocket PC

Posted on 10-Jun-2004 00:31 | Filed under: Software


WebIS Mail for Pocket PC
WebIS Mail allows you to manage your e-mail from your Pocket PC device. It can be synchronized with desktop or with mailboxes placed on POP3 or IMAP servers using industrial strength SSL security or going through your SOCKS proxy.

Even with this intuitive interface, Mail provides a lot of raw power and standards support. Some examples of the features of WebIS Mail include:

  • SSL support
  • SOCKS proxy support
  • Mail storage on an SD or CF card (this is slower however)
  • Character set support with separate settings on reading/composing
  • BASE 64 or Quoted Printable encodings
  • Powerful notification settings
  • Customized Connection settings
  • Per account schedules
  • Separate authentication (host, user/pass, socks, and SSL) for incoming and outgoing mail
  • IMAP Root folder support
  • Extensive and powerful IMAP Synchronization support
  • Granular Mail Downloading settings
  • Signatures