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Old 09-01-2004, 07:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Went ahead and spent the money to go to BES services and exchange server from mailstreet.com(mostly for the wireless syncing) but what else can I do with the MDS services? I did get a new web browser (seems to run slower) but can not seem to find anything else new. The wireless syncing just plain rocks though!

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Check out the Third Party Software section.

There are plenty of great applications such as WebMessenger (MSN, AIM, Yahoo etc) Wireless SSH, stock tickers, hotmail etc..

There are SEVERAL amazing applications once you have MDS.
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Check out the software links near the bottom of my BES/MDS FAQ in the BES/MDS forum, as well as the Nokia/Motorola Over-The-Air software download links in the 3rd Party Software Forum, there's lots of goodies!
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