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Email:

inquiries@instantemail.net

Address1:

20 Battery Park Ave

Address2:

Suite 900

City:

Asheville

State:

North Carolina

Zip:

28801

Country:

US

Phone:

828-258-3999

URL:

http://www.instantemail.net

Description:

InstantEmail for PalmOS has the ability to Send & Receive Email from anywhere using a Palm handheld device(PDA). The software allows users to retrieve email messages from an existing email account, along with an InstantEmail Palm-enabled email address. One of the features included with the Palm-Enabled Email account and software is its ability to create multiple new and additional email accounts "on-the-fly" (you@instantemail.net, me@instantemail.net). Users can also control incoming Email by routing copies to an existing Email address, digital phone, alpha pager or to any fax machine worldwide. Another powerful feature is the "deferred or scheduled Email". These Email are created and scheduled for a future delivery time. Perhaps, to remind yourself or an associate of an upcoming event or meeting. Sales professionals can create and schedule follow-up Email to clients for delivery, days, weeks or months later. Sending and receiving Email while traveling is easy. InstantEmail's software uses the handheld's on-board infrared port, and connect to the Internet using a *digital phone. The InstantEmail software is a quick and simple solution for the need to send and receive Email from a handheld device. Use IR, approved cable to a digital phone or simply HotSync. Notice: Using such equipment as the Kyocera Smartphone QCP 6035, Nokia 8290, VisorPhone, Palm V modem, or other IR enabled digital phones and digital phone services such as Cingular Wireless, Sprint, Verizon in the US. InstantEmail for PalmOS will then facilitates a connection to the Internet enabling Users to send and receive email from a Handheld device.


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