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LinuxPR: Linuxlab announces EasyMailer

Aug 17, 2000, 14:44 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Linuxlab, the Silicon Valley Linux development company, today announced EasyMailer, a Web-based e-mail server enabling Palm personal digital assistants to access e-mail services from a simple browser."

"EasyMailer resides on an Internet service provider or corporate web server. Handheld device users can log onto Web sites with EasyMailer to access their e-mail. The EasyMailer software was developed by Linuxlab engineers because currently only a limited number of web sites support PDA wireless access, as well as e-mail."

"We encourage Palm users to contact us to discover the ease of use of the EasyMailer, and learn more about the Linux operating system," says Charles Liu, Linuxlab chairman and founder. " People on the road have been frustrated with the inability of service providers to allow them to read e-mail on their PDAs. Our engineers took the problem and quickly produced a solution. The more you consider the advantages of EasyMailer, the more you want to buy it right away. "

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