Push mail

Christian Fischer christian_tud_ist at yahoo.de
Wed Apr 25 01:01:50 CEST 2007

Andreas Kostyrka wrote:
> * Christian Fischer <christian_tud_ist at yahoo.de> [070424 23:24]:
>>> Hi!
>>> Just wondering, Nokia "Intellisync Wireless Email" is some kind of
>>> SyncML based mail push solution, right?
>> quote http://europe.nokia.com/A4164024
>> Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email is a full-featured wireless email
>> platform that allows users to easily and rapidly access their email,
>> calendar, contacts, notes and task lists on almost any mobile phone they
>> choose. Users can download attachments, respond to meeting requests and
>> manage subfolders while on the road. Virtually everything—including
>> read/unread/sent emails, drafts, deletions and attachments—is fully
>> synchronized with the email server, whether Exchange, Domino, Groupwise
>> IMAP, POP3 or XML.
> That's marketing speak. Information content around zero. Beside,
> already known by me. :(
> Andreas

Sorry for pasting the wrong break. =-O 

Same page, same "white-marketing-noise":
Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email supports a wide range of mobile
devices, so users can choose the device that suits them best, whether
it's a Palm device, Pocket PC, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Symbian
device, J2ME device, BREW and SyncML

So, think you ARE right, right?

PS: There is no need to send copies.


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