Cortado hosts Nokia mobile business pack

Complete package provides mobile push e-mail with Outlook Web Access and real-time synchronisation of contacts, appointments, tasks and memos.

Nokia's platform-independent Intellisync Wireless mobile business solution, including an Outlook Exchange mailbox, is now available with Cortado Intellisync.


Intellisync Wireless E-mail is designed to be a convenient and high-performance solution for mobile push e-mail. The product can synchronise calendars, address books, memos, and tasks, and it runs on devices from various manufacturers.


In order to make the solution accessible to users who do not want to employ their own in-house Nokia Intellisync servers, Cortado now offers a hosted Intellisync service on a subscription basis. This service is available to everyone and is easily purchased over the Internet.

Costing €19.98 per month for a complete package subscription, the Cortado Intellisync provides mobile push e-mail with Outlook Web Access and real-time synchronisation of contacts, appointments, tasks, and memos. This system also comes with a 2 GByte mailbox, virus protection, and a professional spam filter. It also includes a licence for Microsoft Outlook 2007 (or Entourage for Mac).


Users can continue using their existing e-mail addresses and the mailbox package with Intellisync service can be used with Symbian, Windows Mobile, and other smartphones.

Cortado Intellisync also offers a Call Sender option, the use of up to five different mobile devices with only one account, the processing of appointment requests, device management via the Intellisync server and Web Access anti-theft protection that can be activated by the customer.

In addition to the hosted Intellisync service, Cortado offers professional premium services that allow users of various smartphones to print out their e-mails, attachments, and locally saved documents, then send them to a fax machine or display them on a laptop monitor.




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