Starting with its upcoming E71 and E66 smartphones, Nokia said it wants to offer the option of connecting to "other" e-mail services.

While RIM dominates the smartphone market, enterprise users don't necessarily need a BlackBerry handset to get the company's e-mail services. RIM's BlackBerry Connect e-mail system has long worked with smartphones from various manufacturers, including Nokia.

But Nokia is making a harder pitch for business users by cutting the BlackBerry Connect application from its upcoming E71 and E66 smartphones, the company confirmed last week

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