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Mobile Email from Fresh Fones




Keeping on top of your email when you’re on the move can be hard work. You can’t always get to a PC and if you’ve got more than one email account it’s often difficult to check them all.

With BlackBerry® your email finds you, wherever you are. Which means you can reply there and then rather than wait until you’re back in the office. Or you could just use your BlackBerry to call them …

Having to depend on your PC every time you want to send a quick email or check your messages can be a hassle, especially if you’ve got meetings or are out most of the day. BlackBerry® lets you take your inbox with you wirelessly, so you can respond whenever you want, wherever you are.

• Choose from a range of easy-to-use handheld devices
• Manage email, calls, contacts and calendar from a single device
• Benefit from secure, reliable data transfer over GPRS or 3G
• Stay in control of costs with a fixed monthly spend

BlackBerry Enterprise Solution™
• For businesses operating Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino or Novell GroupWise email environments.

BlackBerry Internet Solution™
• For use with internet-based accounts such as Google mail, keeping on top of your web email when you’re on the move can be hard work. You can’t always get to a PC and if you’ve got more than one email account it’s often difficult to check them all.



Windows mobile devices are much the same and achieve similar results as Blackberry solutions, enabling you to receive emails, giving you the familiar Microsoft look and feel as well as some of the services that you’re used to on a PC - Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel and Microsoft Office PowerPoint.

Dependent on the Back Office set up, you can have either full remote synchronization or a plug in synchronization set up with your Microsoft Office and Microsoft Outlook programs, such as emails, calendar, contacts, tasks etc.

The main difference between Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices is how the emails arrive at the mobile phone device - Blackberry “push” the email to the phone as it would appear on your PC or Laptop, whereas Windows Mobile “pulls” the information to the device, which is set up at either regular timed intervals or manually requested.