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    Now Chatter has OWA for true push, all you need is an OWA account. A free OWA account is available from live.mail2web.com. The nice things about it: it does not add ads into your messages, push ActiveSync, mobile access and its web access is the best I've seen so far: multiple languages, calander, tasks, notes...

    Chatter works with it flawlessly, except some missing features Marc is still working on (flags uploading, reply-to, etc.).

    As a free account, it does have some limitations, but fortunately I've found workarounds for almost everything:

    1) You are supposed to use web access only. However, both Outlook and Outlook Express work with HTTP. You can check email flawlessly; you can send email as long as you use exactly your registered name and email address. You can set reply-to address nice.

    2) In OL and OE, you can drag messages to your other account, so you can do mail in your old way and/or archive messages.

    3) You can not do contacts, tasks, etc. in OL and OE, but you do can read notes!

    So far this is the most featured and meanwhile the cheapest (free) to-go solution I've found. With others, you either pay monthly, you get ads or you lose features. With live.mail2web.com, you get almost evrything for free: push mail to your Treo, do mail offline or with a web interface that's almost identical to OL. Incrdible.

    The only thing left to take its full advantage is: a push ActiveSync client for Palm. However, push sync is really not that inportant as I can always do it hotsync way. For email, I'm good to go.
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    Emblaze, an Israeli company listed on the London Stock Exchange, today launched emoze, "the world's first free and secure 'push' email and PIM service. With emoze Personal Edition, anyone with a compatible mobile phone can receive work or home emails and Personal Information Manager (PIM) data such as contacts and diary scheduling on their mobile phone or PDA on the move, anywhere in the world. The technology itself is built to support any mobile device. Current release works with all Microsoft PocketPC or Symbian devices such as Nokia 6630 and Nokia 6680. Within the next few months emoze will cover the vast majority of remaining mobile devices and will keep maintaining and adapting the service for all newly emerging mobile devices over time"

    www.emoze.com

    Palm is listed as 'coming soon'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggles
    Emblaze, an Israeli company listed on the London Stock Exchange, today launched emoze, "the world's first free and secure 'push' email and PIM service. With emoze Personal Edition, anyone with a compatible mobile phone can receive work or home emails and Personal Information Manager (PIM) data such as contacts and diary scheduling on their mobile phone or PDA on the move, anywhere in the world. The technology itself is built to support any mobile device. Current release works with all Microsoft PocketPC or Symbian devices such as Nokia 6630 and Nokia 6680. Within the next few months emoze will cover the vast majority of remaining mobile devices and will keep maintaining and adapting the service for all newly emerging mobile devices over time"

    www.emoze.com

    Palm is listed as 'coming soon'
    That's fine and dandy if you can leave you PC on all the time and Outlook open.

    All this is, is a version of Wireless Sync that Verizon offers. Just packaged differently. You can set it up the same way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuflat
    That's fine and dandy if you can leave you PC on all the time and Outlook open.

    All this is, is a version of Wireless Sync that Verizon offers. Just packaged differently. You can set it up the same way.
    You might be right at the moment, but from what emoze says on their q&a having your computer on won't be necessary in a couple of months. Right now, the personal computer acts as the email server but later versions, like the one that will work on Yahoo mail, will push from your ISP. Of course, that's only conjecture since it doesn't work with Palm products yet.

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