IMAP, POP3 and SMTP over SSL on Your BlackBerry or Other Java-enabled Phone
There is NO need to buy it first, just download and try it for 14 days
v2.0, March 31, 2008
iMobileMail™ is an innovative mobile email solution that supports IMAP, POP3 and SMTP over SSL on your BlackBerry. Its multilingual capability allows you to read emails containing Chinese, Japanese, or Korean on any BlackBerry. iMobileMail™ works with BIS and BES. It is perfect for BES users who would like to keep their personal emails separate from work.
multilingual support - read email containing English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean (CJK) and European languages
NO need to install CJK fonts or OS on your BlackBerry
multiple (not just 10, as many as you wish) IMAP and POP3 accounts with SSL
IMAP mailboxes/folders specification and selection
SMTP over TLS/SSL
auto-save outgoing messages on your IMAP server
multiple identities including name, email, organization, and signature
change Sent-From address on-the-fly when composing, forwarding, or replying to a message
automatically use To address as From address in reply and forward
automatically check for and download new messages every 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60 minutes
new message notification: beep, vibrate, beep & vibrate, or off
delete multiple messages at one time
direct access to your BlackBerry''s built-in address book
quickly save contacts from messages
view image (PNG, JPEG, BMP, and GIF) attachments
sensitive email account information stored on your handheld, not on external server
built-in bidirectional data encryption
iMobileMail™ users have successfully run the application on a variety of BlackBerry devices including the latest Curve and Pearl running OS 4.0, 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3. It also works well on Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson and other Java enabled phones.
You do NOT need to pay first before you can enjoy the free trail. Just OTA download at http://www.imobilemail.com/wap and you can start using it immediately. There is NO activation/registration code to enter in the software. It's that simple!
Visit http://www.imobilemail.com for details and documentation.