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Intellisync Announces Hosted Wireless Push Email Service

Intellisync Corporation today announced the launch of Intellisync Wireless Email Express. The new hosted service from Intellisync enables true wireless push email with enterprise-class security.

Intellisync Express is a completely hosted service sold as a subscription through distributors, resellers and directly by Intellisync, and is being offered at a special introductory price of $120 per year for qualified customers. Anyone with a wireless data plan from any carrier and a data-enabled mobile device can now have true-push wireless email in less than 30 minutes, with virtually no IT expertise required to install and maintain. All aspects of the wireless email service are managed by Intellisync at their hosting facility in the United States.

According to the Company, Intellisync Wireless Email Express is one of the fastest and simplest ways to “have a BlackBerry-like experience for wireless email on virtually any data-enabled mobile device.”

The service not oly does email but offers PIM sync that keeps users’ inboxes, calendars, contacts, tasks and notes completely up to date while they are away from the office. Express supports Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian OS, Windows Mobile Smartphone, and SyncML compliant devices.

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True push/sync or a redirector?

treo007 @ 6/21/2005 3:10:52 PM # Q
PIC needs to do a little more digging here and/or Intellisync needs to fess up as to how say an individual would sync and receive push email on a corporate exchange server.

Not saying it's not possible (OWA is probably one way), but this better not be JAR (Just Another Redirector).

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about time

TwinTurbo @ 6/23/2005 4:08:04 PM # Q
Nice job Intellisync. Too bad you're about 4 years late. Another reason SYNC is less than $3 per share, while RIMM trades close to $80.

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