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Q Update Enables DUN, Push Email

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Aug 30, 2006, 11:48 AM   by (staff)

Motorola has made a software update available for the Q smartphone sold through Verizon. The update includes the long awaited Microsoft Messaging and Security Feature Pack (MSFP). This enables true push email, global contact lookup and security features like remote device erase for users running on an Exchange 2003 server. The update also includes the ability to use the Q as a modem for a laptop through USB or Bluetooth (DUN). Users will need to subscribe to a special data plan to use this feature. In addition to new features, the update also includes bug fixes and improvements to existing applications such as the browser.

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Aug 30, 2006, 7:46 PM

So Wait.....

Does that mean that if I want to add the unlimited data plan with the modem usage to my current line, I will have to pay $45 + $15??!!? I sure hope not because I want to get the Q. I had the treo 700W and could not get a strong signal at my house, maybe with the Q I will be able to since my unbranded V3C has a full signal...

P.S. If I decide to buy the Q, I will be selling my unlocked and unbranded V3C. It is straight from Motorola with absoltuely no preloaded software of any kind. If anyone is interested, you can e-mail me: polska25@hotmail.com
yes you will have to have the data unlimited plan and the 15 dollar teathering feature to use as a modem

Aug 31, 2006, 11:33 AM

i smell lawsuit brewin....

anyone else agree?
I am not sure what you mean. Sorry.
what kind of law suite. alot of the other pda phones have this feature the Q is just catching up
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