License: Free to try
Downloads: 1
Op. System: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
Last updated: 2009-04-02
File size: 818 KB
Publisher: haruisoft

Publisher description for PushMail

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We can't always be around our computers when email arrives. Many of us would like to know what is waiting for us. That's why Wireless Email devices like Blackberry and SkyWriter are gaining in popularity. However, this often means that we have to carry two devices around all the time since most of us also have cellular phones. That's two devices and two monthly service charges. Some cellular providers are offering to centralize your email for you, but then you have to change email addresses to a new one assigned by the cellular provider. PushMail solves these problems. You use your existing email address (or addresses) and cell phone to preview your messages. While the telephone keypad isn't great at entering text, it turns out that much time, you don't need to generate a lengthy reply. You can configure PushMail to send canned replies to new messages based on a one character response from your cell phone. You might set up replies like "I'm out of the office and will get back to you ASAP" or "Call me at (my cell phone number)" or "Send me your phone number so I can call you". Then you don't have to type too much using the telephone keypad. You can also configure PushMail to forward messages to people as well so you can DeleGate important email while you're away from the computer. You might set up a forwarding option to your assistant and another to a team member. Then you can decide with as little as a one character response which person will receive the forwarded email

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