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UTILITY: HTTPMail Provider for Smartphone downloads Hotmail and MSN E-Mails
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 05.11.04 - 20:05:25 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9851x
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HTTPMail Provider is an add-on software for Windows Mobile Smartphones that allows you to download E-Mail from Hotmail, MSN or Lycos accounts. There's no need to run separate software on your desktop to enable E-Mail synchronization, the only requirement is that you have an internet connection.
HTTPMail Provider offers enhanced NLS (National Language Support) by using the same internationalization engine as Internet Explorer and other Windows CE core applications. You can send and receive E-Mails in most languages, including the ones with non-Latin alphabets such as Japanese, Chinese and Russian.

Please note that this is an un-signed plug-in, while HTTPMail does not make any privileged API calls it needs to be loaded by Outlook which is a privileged application, if your phone is locked (i.e. has restricted security settings) Outlook will not be able to load it and any accounts you will configure for HTTPMail will not show up in the accounts list. To check if your phone is unlocked you can use this small utility. Please contact your mobile operator for details about un-locking your phone.
It is strongly suggest by the developer to try it before you buy it.

HTTPMail Provider is available from (affiliate) for US$ 6.99 and also includes a trial-version.

Cheers ~ Arne

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