push e-mail


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push e-mail

Automatically transmitting e-mail messages to a user's computer or mobile device as soon as they are received by a central mail server. See push technology.
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In a separate customer survey by GIA, customers rated Intelligence Plaza most highly for its push e-mail alerts capabilities, its well-designed user interface and user-tracking capabilities - which allow system administrators to monitor user activity so as to effectively enable and promote user activation.
(BSNL) has collaborated with Bharat Berry Technologies to provide push e-mail services for all its GSM mobile subscribers across India.
ICT solutions provider Huawei and push e-mail solutions and technology provider EMOZE Ltd announced on Tuesday that they have signed a world-wide license agreement.
Produced in partnership with Huawei, Turkcell T20 supports 3G HSDPA (7.2 Mbps) network, has 3.5 inch 320x480 (HVGA) resolution touch screen, 5 megapixel camera, MP3 player, Push e-mail, GPS, Wi-Fi, Compass and 4 GB MicroSD external memory.
Now, Bharat Berry offers exciting cost effective, innovative easy to use plans and value added services with great offers to its subscribers for push e-mail requirements.
Remote access solutions provider LogMeIn Inc (NASDAQ:LOGM) announced today the latest release of LogMeIn Rescue, which contains several enhancements including the ability to push e-mail configuration settings to a remote iPhone.
Google introduced push e-mail for iPhone and Windows Mobile devices, stepping up its enterprise offerings.
From the middle of September, Telecom Italia customers will be able to access the Nokia Messaging push e-mail service and subscribe offers designed to send and receive e-mail from the mobile phone.
Finnish mobile handset manufacturer and mobile solutions provider Nokia (NYSE:NOK) and AIS, a Thai mobile communications service provider, today announced the impending launch of the Nokia Messaging push e-mail service for AIS subscribers.
WASHINGTONPOST.COM LAUNCHED two political push e-mail products this summer and saw subscriptions jump during the presidential election frenzy.
According to the company, Mobile Gateway enables the operator to offer mass-market messaging services including push e-mail and instant messaging.