Push Email Service For Gmail Users Is Launched By Emoze

Aug 31, 2007

A push mobile email service for Gmail users worldwide has been launched by Emoze. The free service, available for downloading directly to consumers' mobile handsets, or via a web-based wizard, targets Gmail account holders that would benefit from the automatic receipt of their emails on their wireless devices. The Emoze service does not require users' mobile devices to periodically dial-out (while consuming battery life) and check for the receipt of new messages, calendar or contact changes. Instead, emoze automatically acts to route emails to users' handsets at real-time after determining that their device is connected and available on the network.

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