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Cingular Launches New Treo 600 Email Solutions

Cingular Wireless today announced the launch of two new enterprise-class wireless e-mail solutions, Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition and Xpress Mail Network Edition. Based on software from SEVEN, Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition operates behind the corporate firewall and Xpress Mail Network Edition is a managed service hosted by Cingular.

Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition and Xpress Mail Network Edition allow secure, real-time wireless access to e-mail, Personal Information Management and other company information. Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition puts a dedicated wireless mail server behind the corporate firewall, making it ideal for businesses that prefer to manage their own information and communications resources. Businesses that want the performance, functionality and security of an enterprise-class email solution, but do not want to own or manage the technology, can opt for Xpress Mail Network Edition and have Cingular Wireless manage the service from its secure datacenter. Both solutions use industry- leading security and encryption technologies such as AES, SSL and VPN, ensuring confidentiality, integrity and appropriate authorization at all points in the system. Both solutions are suitable for organizations of all sizes and are designed to work on a variety of mobile devices, including palmOne's Treo 600.

Deploying Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition and Xpress Mail Network Edition is easy -- once a business customer chooses between the behind-the-firewall and managed service options, users can be set up centrally by IT or individually, based on the company's requirements. All device and service management takes place over the air, which saves enterprises both time and money. Each solution also features reporting tools that make it easy to monitor usage and service.

Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition and Network Edition airtime is $29.99 per user per month including 5MB of data usage, or $39.99 per user per month including unlimited data usage. There is a one-time setup and installation fee of $1500 for Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition. Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition requires a one-time connection fee of $999. Companies can order Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition or Xpress Mail Network Edition today by contacting their local Cingular sales representative or by visiting here.

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Wow, so cutting edge of them

Scott R @ 8/2/2004 4:34:02 PM #
So these Treo 600s can stream MP3s, surf the web, email, and transmit photos (among other things) and Cingular wants to sell their customers an overpriced email-focused package which is even limited by the MB. No thanks.

Scott

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RE: Wow, so cutting edge of them
hkklife @ 8/2/2004 4:37:49 PM #
Agreed. I'm fine with VersaMail, thank you very much! However, it'd be nice to see some new news on the Palm OS web browser front...especially something for the long-suffering Zodiac owners!


RE: Wow, so cutting edge of them
Calroth @ 8/2/2004 10:41:47 PM #
"However, it'd be nice to see some new news on the Palm OS web browser front...especially something for the long-suffering Zodiac owners!"

Erm, what relevance does this article have to either Palm OS web browsers or the Zodiac?

RE: Wow, so cutting edge of them
hkklife @ 8/2/2004 10:57:00 PM #
Well, I think that most people who do e-mail on the go might be inclined to browse the WWW on occasion with their Treo or similar wireless device.

My point is that there seems to be much redundant dead horse flogging on these days in regards to mobile e-mail (read: several top-notch wireless e-mail packages out there) but no single "great" mobile WWW browser.

See, I don't mean to say that PDA or Smartphone web browsing will ever be as good as that on a laptop or a desktop (it won't) but at least have the same cross-platform compatability on something like WebPro that you have on all of these e-mail packages. It's a shame (all $-related) that a relatively subpar device spec & screen-wise like the Treo can get all of the software support and the Zodiac cannot even get a good browser.


RE: Wow, so cutting edge of them
futureT4user @ 8/3/2004 10:12:41 AM #
LOL

If you want a device with great developer support then don't by a PDA from a tiny palm os licensee like Tapwave. You sound like one of those people who bought a Handera then were upset that the developer community didn't bend over backwards to support that low selling device with a non-standard resolution.

RE: Wow, so cutting edge of them
Scott R @ 8/3/2004 12:45:13 PM #
"If you want a device with great developer support then don't by a PDA from a tiny palm os licensee like Tapwave."

We're way off topic here, but what's this all about? Tapwave actually has very good developer support including a freely downloadable SDK, online documentation, and developer forums with involvement by Tapwave developer support reps.

Scott

http://Tapland.com
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Treo Email on Verizon?

ari11210 @ 8/3/2004 10:32:54 AM #
Does anyone have any comments on how well the Email and data services work with Verizon?
Thanks
Aaron
Jewish Palm Software - http://www.PilotYid.com
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