TechnologyAccounting SoftwareMicrosoft targets corporate emailers

Microsoft targets corporate emailers

Microsoft goes for market opportunity in mobile email messaging

Microsoft is attempting to grab a piece of the mobile email market, and in turn challenge further corporate takeup of the ubiquitous BlackBerry handheld device.

Link: Microsoft set for UK tug of war

Free upgrades will be available for Microsoft customers using email server software, enabling them to send messages to mobile phones carrying Microsoft Windows software.

The update allows Outlook information – including email, calendar, contacts and improved support for Tasks – to be pushed from a direct connection between Exchange Server and a Windows Mobile-based device.

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