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RemoMail brings email to everyday mobile phones
Posted: 24-Jan-2006 [Source: Remoba]

[RemoMail email application now available for download allowing users to connect to up to five personal and company email accounts on low-end to high-end mobile phones for as little as $1.59 per month. ]

Sasnta Clara, CA -- Remoba, Inc., developer of software solutions for mobile phones, has just launched a new product called "RemoMail," a software application that provides access to email on everyday mobile phones. RemoMail helps keep users connected to their family, friends, and business contacts. As long as you are in an area with cell phone coverage, RemoMail users will be able to connect to up to five of their personal and company e-mail accounts. In today's era of instant connectivity, it is important to users to have continuous access to email. Unfortunately, the options for doing so now are complex, expensive, and bulky (such as PDA's or Smart Phone Devices). RemoMail developers believe that at such an affordable price, RemoMail will become a mass market application.

The Key Features of RemoMail:

*Read, reply, forward, write, and delete emails from up to five different accounts. Supports POP and IMAP mail servers as well as web access to Exchange and Lotus Notes servers or free Web-mail accounts such as Yahoo, Google, and Hotmail.

*Highly secure. No email is stored on the phone and there is no routing of email through third-party servers. Supports corporate firewall, reverse proxy and SSL configurations, and adapts easily to additional layers of security.

*Simple to set-up, user-friendly, and easy to send professional email and keep organized on-the-go with features such as folder and subfolder management of your email account from using IMAP settings, personalized signatures on outgoing messages, and ability to create and store custom "Quick Messages" for faster response time.

Made for low-end to high-end mobile phones, users download the RemoMail program to their mobile phones just like a ring-tone or game. For business email applications, mobile users can enter IMAP and SMTP addresses and choose whether they want to activate SSL security. "RemoMail is very simple to use and for the cost of one coffee per a month customers can stay connected," says Guru Thalapaneni, president & CEO of Remoba. "It operates like any other email service and turns even a low-end mobile phone into a powerful internet mail device. Accessing your personal and office email directly on your cell phone with RemoMail there is no need for complex, expensive, and bulky PDA's or smart-phone devices."

RemoMail is currently available for multiple mobile phone carriers in United States, South America, and India in English and Spanish with future plans to launch worldwide service supporting multiple languages. Retail price is $1.59 to $1.79 per month.

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