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Jason Dunn
08-27-2003, 08:47 PM
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.ppcw.net/?itemid=1484' target='_blank'>http://www.ppcw.net/?itemid=1484</a><br /><br /></div>Arne Hess has written a detailed review of this new Sunnysoft application - if you've ever wanted to check multiple email accounts on your Smartphone, here's your chance. I'm still trying to get my phone unlocked through Orange, and it's not working. The good news is that I've connected Sunnysoft with Handango, who still has some free signing certificates to give away, so hopefully we'll see a whole bunch of Sunnysoft signed appliations really soon. :-)<br /><br />"Maybe one of the most annoying limitations of Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 to become a real smart phone is the fact that the Inbox supports one E-Mail account only which can be either an ActiveSync account or a POP3/IMAP4 account. This means that a user have to decide if he wants to sync the Smartphone Inbox with Outlook or if he wants to access POP3/IMAP4 mailboxes and if he wants to access a mailbox he have to decide which E-Mail account. Sunnysoft's recently released Mail Center 1.0 is the first available 3rd party E-Mail client for Smartphone 2002 and supports more then one E-Mail account only..."

08-27-2003, 09:07 PM
There are two features missing:

1. No way to send authenticated email. Both my ISPs require it for sending (to avoid relaying). Smartphone 2003 mail has this.

2. When you enter you mail settings it doens't copy the pop and smtp from the user email address so there is a lot more keying of data.

Other than those issues its a nice product.