Free push email from Emoze

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Push email has long been asociated with the BlackBerry, though latterly, other mobile devices have started to employ the technology. If you have a mobile device that doesn’t yet push your email straight through, help may be at hand from Emblaze, which is offering the first free, downloadable push email service. 

By downloading and installing Emoze Personal Edition, compatible mobile phones can receive emails, plus other data such as contacts and diary scheduling anywhere in the world. The technology itself is built to support any mobile device – the current release works with all Microsoft PocketPC or Symbian devices. Within the next few months, Emoze claims it will cover the vast majority of remaining mobile devices, plus new models onto the market.

The program works by installing a connector into your PC’s email client which pushes received email to the emoze distribution network from where it is intelligently pushed to your mobile device. The connector currently requires Microsoft Outlook with Lotus Notes and Outlook Express support coming soon. The system is also able to retrieve email from webmail programs, including Hotmail, Yahoo Mail and Gmail via POP3 connections.

To download the free program, visit www.emoze.com

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  • Jay, You have to leave your PC on if you want “push” email to work (it is pushed from your PC), but if you are prepared to do a POP email retrieve manually, you don’t have to have the PC turned on. The choice is yours.

  • Hi there,
    afterreading the description of how emoze works, it sounds like I would have to leave my PC switched on to auto receive, and only then can EMoze pick up my email and push to my handset. Is that right that I have to leave my PC switched on all day when I am out?

  • I discovered emoze a couple of weeks ago and have been running it on my Win XP/Outlook 2003 computer with my Nokia 6630 smartphone and it works really well!

    I hope emoze continue to run such a great FREE service!

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