Business emailing on Nokia just got easier with email@mobile

Access to real-time business e-mail on the MS-Exchange just got easier for mobile professionals with an easy-to-use, groundbreaking patent pending software solution “email@mobile” from Adroit Claretdene Infotech.

Users can now use their ordinary Nokia phone with WAP 2.0 mobile browser to wirelessly access their corporate e-mail when away from the desk through email@mobile without any monthly subscription.

email@mobile is a simple, affordable and easy-to-use solution that enables users to access their business e-mails on any ordinary Nokia phones like 5310 express, 6300, 3110c etc. (S40 series) while providing security and ease of maintenance for the IT department. Users can read text/ Word, PDF attachments, reply or compose new email, delete or send email, set up address book, View image and add image attachments from any basic Nokia mobile handset.

IT departments of Hosted Exchange companies and Corporations with MS-Exchange servers just need to deploy email@mobile solution on their server and their email account holders can access their business emails on their mobile phones without paying any monthly subscription charges.

“Adroit Claretdene Infotech recognized that access to email on move is becoming increasingly important for the mobile professional – or anyone who wants to be more productive in this immensely competitive world, but expensive smartphone purchase and monthly service fees to carriers had restricted the number of users,” said Arvind V, CEO with Adroit Claretdene Infotech. This is a very effective solution for MS-Exchange users with just one time minimal investment and with no recurring or monthly charges. Demonstration and trial copy of this application is available on request. Users can request for trial copy on the website

Adroit Claretdene Infotech, a part of Claretdene, UK, is a total Information Solutions Company, offering a broad range of innovative software solutions and services in Web and Mobile Application Development, Software and Product Development.

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