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COMMUNICATION: Sunnysoft MailCenter 1.0 for Smartphone 2002
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 19.08.03 - 18:17:42 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6380x
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That's what most Smartphone users waited for - I think; at least I've waited for that kind of application since I got my first Smartphone 2002. An E-Mail client which supports more then only one account! MailCenter is the latest  application from Sunnysoft for Microsoft Smartphone 2002 and it supports multiple E-Mail accounts! :-D

It will enable you to define and manage unlimited number of E-Mail accounts, either individually or altogether and allows you to create and manage unlimited number of POP3 and/or IMAP4 E-Mail accounts.

Main features

  • Individual folders are created for each account.
  • Access to the original account with ActiveSync and messages (like SMS).
  • Individual or en masse sending of messages.
  • E-Mails can be sorted out by standard parameters.
  • Data can be stored in any folder.
  • Receiving, saving and sending of attachments is supported.
  • Deleting of E-Mails support.
  • Font changes are enabled.
  • Possibility to delete or leave the E-Mail on server.
  • Download of header/complete E-Mail.
  • All types of connections incl. ActiveSync

Sunnysoft MailCenter 1.0 is available for US$ 13.95 form Smartphone.net and a trial version is also available.

Cheers ~ Arne

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