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Old 12-20-2007, 07:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there,

I've mentioned this app before - Always-On Mail (see below for the trial page):

Work Out Of Office Ltd. : Always-On Mail Internet Edition

I've been using it for a little while successfully, but the software is changing in Jan (a complete revamp) so I thought I would post an update.

The blurb from their site is posted below ;)

* Multiple mailbox support - Always-On Mail 7 allows you to see multiple mailboxes on one device. Ideal for people wishing to access personal and work emails on the same phone
* Multiple phone support - Want to use Always-On Mail with several of your phones? With AOM7 each account supports many devices at no extra cost
Automatic Upgrades - Upgrades to both phone and server software can be automated saving your IT Administrator valuable time
* Install via SMS Always-On Mail can be installed using SMS directly to a mobile devices anywhere in the world no need to have the phone on your desk anymore
* More phones supported - The number of supported devices is increased to include the following
1. Symbian S60
2. Symbian S60 3rd Edition
3. Symbian S80
4. UIQ Version 3
5. Windows Mobile 2005
6. Windows Mobile 2006
7. Windows Smartphone 2005
8. Windows Smartphone 2006
9. J2ME for Java phones (Including Sony Ericsson and Nokia)

Think it now has the edge over Blackberry and the other push email apps...

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Old 12-20-2007, 07:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by HowardL View Post
Think it now has the edge over Blackberry and the other push email apps...
How so?
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Old 12-20-2007, 08:54 AM   #3 (permalink)
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This has nothing on Blackberry. What mail platforms does this support. I have used groupwise mobile server which supports all the devices you've listed. There is so much more BlackBerry can do, especially from a BES stand point, with security and IT policies.

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