Pushing Email to Low-cost Phones

December 14th, 2004

Inforworld reported that Intellisync released goAnywhere that gives push e-mail capability for low-cost phones, i.e. those millions of so-called feature phones. This was made possible because these phone already have SyncML installed. For better experience and heavy users, smart phone would be a smarter choice to use this product. None of the US carriers have announced immediate availability of the service yet though.

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  • 1. Carsten Brinkschulte  |  December 21st, 2004 at 5:36 am

    Synchronica has a SyncML Gateway which can be installed on your corporate Exchange server in less than 30 minutes. It provides over-the-air synchronization of calendar, contacts, tasks, notes and Email with any SyncML-enabled mobile phone. There is also a fully functional 30-day trial and an online demo available…

    The Synchronica SyncML Gateway may also be deployed at the operator acting as a “Gateway” to corporate Exchang servers. n this case, there is absoluetly no software installation required at the corporate – it works with any OWA enabled Exchange server. Truely “zero footprint”, based entirely on open industry standard SyncML.

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