Yenra : Telephone : Email to Cell Phone : Java-based push email client for GSM handsets allows mobile telephone users to receive, send, and delete messages


Rogers Wireless' business and individual customers are now able to take advantage of the first Java-based push email made available for a GSM Handset. MyMail, powered by Visto Mobile, gives customers all the benefits of a Personal Digital Assistant PDA-like device in the sleek form factor of a razor-thin mobile phone.

"The MyMail service together with the Motorola RAZR V3 is the ultimate combination of productivity and personal style," said John Boynton of Rogers Wireless. "Now, Rogers Wireless customers can make better use of time spent away from their PC with a sophisticated yet easy-to-use service that helps them save time."

By downloading the MyMail application over the air (OTA) to the Motorola RAZR V3, business-centric customers will be able to receive, send, and delete messages and stay synchronized with Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Domino.

For personal email access (POP3 or IMAP), the customer downloads the MyMail application OTA and enters their account credentials.

"The introduction of push Email on the Motorola RAZR V3 gives people more incentive to stay connected in style," said Mike Hortie of Motorola.

"Visto's push technology combined with attractive device form factors accelerate penetration throughout the market," said Brian Bogosian of Visto.