Emtrace Releases The Worldâ€™s First Exchange Activesync Push E-Mail For Android (PRESS RELEASE)
Emtrace Technologies USA, Inc. (www.moxier.com) has introduced Moxier Mail Beta in the Androidâ„¢ market offering secure and direct push synchronization of corporate e-mail with MicrosoftÂ® Exchange server 2003 & 2007.
Direct push technology in Moxier Mail with licensed MicrosoftÂ® Exchange ActiveSyncÂ® enhances end-user productivity in performing convenient access to the exchange server on Androidâ„¢-powered phone (G1). With the push e-mail solution, G1 users can receive corporate e-mails, reply to urgent messages and compose new e-mails like on Blackberry and Windows Mobile smartphones.
MicrosoftÂ® Exchange is the leader in North American markets for their messaging and collaborative software, and Moxier Mail can fit right in to G1 to support it for all exchange users.
Moxier Mail includes many years of experience in wireless mobile solutions with Windows Mobile, LiMo, ALP, PalmOS platforms and Emtrace hopes Moxier line for Androidâ„¢ and App Store will expand with more software and services attracting usersâ€™ needs.
Emtraceâ€™s Moxier Mail Beta is now available for a limited time in the Androidâ„¢ market with full version of Moxier Mail V1.0 to be released thereafter.
Key features for Moxier Mail Beta includes,
- Direct push synchronization with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 & 2007
- Easy to receive, reply, compose and delete Emails like on your computer
- Secure environment with SSL support
- HTML Email with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
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