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UTILITY: Sprite Software releases Sprite Archie Beta 2 SMS and Call History backup utility
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 11.12.07 - 17:36:10 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 12538x
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And there is another cool new program available from Sprite Software. Not yet finally done but available in Beta 2, Sprite Archie is an archiving utility that allows users to archive the SMS and Phone events of Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows Mobile 6 smartphones. Many of use would love to archive received and sent SMS messages (including me) and that's exactly what Sprite Archie is designed for my monitoring the traffic of your SMS messages and call history. While monitoring your phone traffic Sprite Archie creates reports and send them to an specified E-Mail account for archiving purposes, for instance on your PC.

Depending on your E-Mail configuration Sprite Archie will send the reports. If you are using Exchange push E-Mail, Sprite Archie will automatically send the reports as per schedule or configurations. If you are not using push E-Mail, Sprite Archie will send the reports when you send/receive mail or connect via ActiveSync.

With Sprite Archie you will never loss a text message or call history again, Sprite Archie monitors and archives the following:

  • SMS Inbox
  • SMS Sent Items
  • Incoming calls
  • Outgoing calls
  • Missed calls

All Beta Testers that provide feedback will receive a free complementary authorization code.

Cheers ~ Arne

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