Verizon Intros Exclusive Pocket Outlook Features
Oct 27, 2004, 1:27 PM by (staff)
Verizon Wireless this week announced ePIM, a new suite of features for Pocket Outlook on Windows Mobile 2003 devices offered by the company. The software, exclusive to Verizon Wireless business customers, adds several key features previously found only on the desktop version of Outlook, including global address list lookup and multi-user meeting scheduling. The software resides on the mobile device, and is designed to work with Exchange Server 2003. ePIM is available as part of Verizon's QuickStart and SmartStart programs for large and small companies, respectively.
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