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INBOX: Automatic E-Mail up- and download with HD Mail Page
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 05.06.03 - 10:11:43 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 5688x
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Huu 8O - I've missed this application which Pocket PC Thoughts is reporting about but it seems it's that kind of Inbox enhancement I was waiting for since introduction of Pocket PCs in April 2000:

HD Mail Page - a Pocket PC application for unattended E-Mail upload and download. :-D
Provides Blackberry-like E-Mail functionality on your Pocket PC using your standard email account and standard connections like wired Ethernet, wireless Ethernet (802.11b) or dialup!

Features

  • Checks for E-Mail at predetermined time intervals and notifies you if any new email has arrived (Without user intervention!)
  • Works with your standard Inbox E-Mail accounts
  • Can indicate E-Mail available by audio tone, LED flash, or popup message on the Pocket PC display
  • Can be configured to check multiple E-Mail accounts
  • Automatically powers the Pocket PC on and off to conserve power
  • Works over any standard connection

HD Mail Page costs US$ 19.95; in addition a 15 days trial version is available also.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links : [More Information] [Download Here] Source : [Pocket PC Thoughts]


 

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Comments
Posted by smittyofdhs on 05.06.03 - 22:23:55

this software is a piece of crap! do not waste your time installing it if you run a PPCPE. Wasn't this software made for the PPCPE, from what I've seen and the feedback already over at ppcthoughts, this software was never tested for the PPCPE. Nobody can get it to work. Even the install did not work, I had to manually install the cab file. It does try to connect but can't spawn a GPRS connection. Maybe it works when the device is in the cradle but what's the point of that?

Posted by Nelson Wang on 15.07.03 - 20:43:14

The second edition works for PPCPE now.

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