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Intellisync announces hosted wireless e-mail service
Posted on 20-Jun-2005 23:23 | Tags Filed under: News



Intellisync Corporation is launching the Intellisync Wireless Email Express. The new hosted service enables wireless push email with the same security and features of the Intellisync Mobile Suite product. Intellisync Express is a completely hosted service sold as a subscription through distributors, resellers and directly by Intellisync, and is being offered at a special introductory price of US$120 per year.

The company promises users with a wireless data plan from any carrier and a data-enabled mobile device can have push wireless email in less than 30 minutes, with virtually no IT expertise required to install and maintain.

The service provides mobile users with an alternative to resource-intensive email solutions offered by other software vendors. Claiming that most wireless applications offered by private email companies are difficult to install and require technical expertise to maintain, Inellisync is touting the Intellisync Wireless Email Express as one of the fastest and simplest ways to "have a BlackBerry-like experience for wireless email on virtually any data-enabled mobile device."

Several distributors of mobile software and services have already included the new Intellisync offer in their portfolios. The new Intellisync Wireless Email Express product is available now through Ingram Micro (Tech Pacific in Australia/New Zealand market), Global Wireless Data, and Trio Tek. Each company is distributing Intellisync Express through their reseller networks.



More information: http://www.intellisync.com/express...




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