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Smartner introduces push e-mail solution for Orange Smartphone users
Posted on 21-Oct-2004 19:48 | Tags Filed under: News


Smartner introduces push e-mail solution for Orange Smartphone users
Smartner has announced the availability of its Duality real-time mobile email solution for Orange smartphones. Smartner Duality supports the full range of Orange smartphones including the newest, SPV C500. Orange SPV smartphones run on Microsoft Windows Mobile software for Smartphones.

“Smartner Duality is designed to help mobile professionals increase their work efficiency and customer responsiveness while maintaining the total costs of ownership to a minimum," says Paul Hedman, CEO of Smartner. “With the support for Orange Smartphones, these benefits of mobile communications are available for 45 million Orange customers around the world."

Smartner Duality enables over-the-air access to Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes or personal e-mails from users’ favourite Smartphone or PDA with a comfortable user experience and end-to-end security. With real-time push technology, there's no need for synchronization. There are no delays in getting the latest information and acting on it.

Differentiating from Blackberry, Smartner Duality enables users to choose among a broad range of various devices. For example, you can choose a small phone like C500 or a full-fledged PDA like the Orange M1000. With a wide-range of supported mobile devices, Smartner Duality is quickly becoming the de-facto standard for real time mobile email.

Smartner Duality is available in three downloadable formats:

1) Professional Edition gives a mobile access to Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes to mobile professionals.
2) Enterprise Edition is ideal for enterprise-wide deployment of always-on mail functionality giving full control of the application to the IT managers.
3) Internet Edition makes it easy for employees to receive POP3 and IMAP4 e-mail on their mobile devices without complicated procedures.






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