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    http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2007/1...e-for-mobiles/


    Wow. Each day - I get more and more convinced that WM is the way to go. I never got that excited about the iPhone because of its limitations for my use.

    But, I now know the anticpation that the masses must have felt that did want that thing. Because, I now feel that way about the Touch.

    Things I'm excited about include:
    New web browsing experience by Wake 3
    Touchflo 2 enhancments on the Sprint Touch
    TouchPal keyboard
    And now, visual voicemail

    It just keeps getting better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dim-Ize View Post
    http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2007/1...e-for-mobiles/


    Wow. Each day - I get more and more convinced that WM is the way to go. I never got that excited about the iPhone because of its limitations for my use.

    But, I now know the anticpation that the masses must have felt that did want that thing. Because, I now feel that way about the Touch.

    Things I'm excited about include:
    New web browsing experience by Wake 3
    Touchflo 2 enhancments on the Sprint Touch
    TouchPal keyboard
    And now, visual voicemail

    It just keeps getting better.
    eh, you won't see that on the Touch or any WM5/6 device soon. That is most likely for "Photon" and that won't be something you can just upgrade too (it'll probably require new hardware).

    If you want VVM now, it's no big deal. Just go here and have those emails forwarded to your push Exchange account.

    Done/big whoop

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    Not quite the same thing, Mal. Seems like you have to get and distribute a separate phone number to everyone. Maybe I mis-read it. I appreciate the link, though.

    SimulScribe does the job the way I want, though. But, it isn't free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dim-Ize View Post
    Not quite the same thing, Mal. Seems like you have to get and distribute a separate phone number to everyone. Maybe I mis-read it. I appreciate the link, though.

    SimulScribe does the job the way I want, though. But, it isn't free.
    But I think you can forward your Sprint calls (or cell) to that number--when it doesn't pick up.

    Or I know PhoneAlarm can do call forwarding--so if you don't pick up, you can send it to K7 --> VM --> Email VM = VMM

    http://www.k7.net/faq.htm#twelve

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