But everyone with a BB already has push email if you have a data plan.
I guess it would be pretty cool if you didn't have a BB.
Came across this site in one of the most talk about forum in my country here in Malaysia, I personally never tried it yet but it looks like you are basically setting your pc as your push mail server. Good thing for those who have a small server or PC with a reliable connection to act as a blackberry server/push mail server.
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I agree with red, it aint worth it if you have a BlackBerry with data plan..
Well yeah thats true... im using BB pearl but with no data plan. Hehehe... Just loved the unit looks too much and i got it... currently planning to sign up with a data plan.
i know yahoo works with the BB...but I have trouble with hotmail to push it to my pearl. i know they dont support it. This service wouldnt solve that problem would it?
hotmail works with bb, but it requires you to sign up for their premium service, I believe the name is "hotmail plus"? my dad has it, it's like $20 a year and gives you a bunch of extras.Originally Posted by Cedster
It seems that the BB pearl is not supported by emoze...
Hi Everyone, CitizenEM from emoze here...
We've just released version emoze v 1.4 with a load of new features.
Significant Battery Life Improvements
- Synchronization Performance – emoze syncs you data extremely fast.
- Attachments Control "on pocket pc"
- Recurring meetings now supported on Symbian, Pocket PC & Smartphones
- Microsoft OWA Supported – No need for a PC Connector!
- Brand New Installation Wizard! Enter your OWA Credentials via the Wizard.
We've eliminiated the need for a PC Connector to be running on your desktop for all thoes who have Outlook Web Access. All you need to do is enter your OWA credentials.
Has anyone here tested emoze on their Blackberry device?
As I said 2 days ago. I tried it and the BB pearl is not supported by emoze.
Just wondering if anyone has been able to get Emoze to work on their blackberry?
P.S. Yes i know that blackberry already has push but there are some of us that use a generic data plan and this would be an option for us.