I am currently testing the english implementation of this from NTT
Comm. They have developed a gateway through which you can log into and get
mail from your pop boxes which can be on any mail server. Works kind of
like web mail in that you can see the headers of what is there and whether
there is an attachment. You can't actually get the attachments but you can
get the mail. At this point they are marketing it to ISP's and other large
entities and it is pretty pricey. But it works pretty slick.
At 10:56 AM 11/15/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>I heard a suggestion from a rep at an investment company that they get their
>corporate email out to the imode devices. I know about "remote mail" and saw
>the thread on this list about "how email should work". But, the rep implied
>that they were actually getting data out to the *mail client* on the imode
>phone. Does anyone know if the mail clients can be pointed to a different
>server? It is my understanding the mail is delivered over http normally (not
>as a page, but still over http) is this true?
>Any thoughts on this?
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Received on Sat Nov 17 05:11:09 2001